CMC Recycling in Anderson, South Carolina is your reliable solution for scrap metal recycling, proudly serving Anderson County and the surrounding area at this location for more than 30 years.
Conveniently located less than 0.5 mile from the Anderson University Sport Complex (previously known as the Anderson Fair Ground), we strive to make your experience with us efficient, safe and prompt. From the moment you enter our fully-paved and clean yard, your visit will be expedited with care and professionalism.
Our dedicated local market experts provide solutions for your unique metal recycling needs. We offer service to individuals, small businesses and industrial-sized accounts, following ethical and responsible pricing with certified weight scales and an easy payment process. Our facility is designed to help you create value for your scrap metal – come by and see for yourself!
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Visit us September 14-18th to earn more on either ferrous or nonferrous scrap.
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Nonferrous Scrap Metal Prices (per LB)
No. 1 Copper
No. 2 Copper
$ - /LB
Insulated CU Wire #1 50%
Insulated CU Wire #2 40%
Refinery Brass (>50%)
Irony Brass Radiators
PTD Aluminum Siding
Aluminum Clips (MLC)
6061 Alum (no plate/sheet)
Clean Aluminum Wheels
Irony Aluminum (include attachments)
Aluminum / Copper Reefers
Alum / Copper Reefers (w/FE)
304 Stainless Steel
Lead Batteries - Automotive
Ferrous Scrap Metal Prices (per 100 LBs)
Customer will be required to have U.S. issued driver’s license or a South Carolina state identification card. South Carolina requires all copper items to be paid for in the form of a check. All other commodities can be paid in cash using our on-site ATM, unless it exceeds the maximum ATM limit.
In order to sell non-ferrous items (copper, brass, aluminum, excluding aluminum cans, etc.), South Carolina state law requires a permit, which can be obtained free of charge from the Sheriff’s Office in your county of residence.