CMC Recycling has been serving the Spartanburg area from our location on Asheville Highway since 2003. Our success is driven by our top notch customer service, and our team is committed to ensuring all our customers have the best experience possible when recycling their scrap metal with CMC Recycling.
We take pride in keeping our facilities clean and safe, and we look forward to continuing to provide our metal recycling services to the greater Cherokee, Greenville and Spartanburg counties in an honest and environmentally-friendly manner. Our staff are ready to assist you with all your scrap metal recycling needs, so come see us! We’re located on Asheville Highway, northwest of downtown Spartanburg, just past Hearon Circle.
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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)
All recycling customers will be required to present a U.S. government-issued driver’s license or a South Carolina state identification card. The state of South Carolina requires that all copper items recycled be paid in the form of a check. All other commodities can be paid in cash through our ATM, unless it exceeds the maximum ATM limit, in which case other arrangements will be made.
To recycle and be reimbursed for any non-ferrous items (such as copper, brass, any aluminum other than aluminum cans, etc.), South Carolina state law requires that you have a permit issued free of charge by the sheriff’s office in your county of residence.