SA Recycling

SA Recycling

SA Recycling is a full-service ferrous and non-ferrous metal recycler and processor. Recognized as an industry leader in metal recycling, we operate over 70 recycling facilities conveniently located throughout California, Texas, Arizona, Nevada, Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee.

Company details

1359 Central Avenue , East Point , Georgia 30344 USA

Locations Served

Business Type:
Service provider
Industry Type:
Waste and Recycling - Recycling Systems
Market Focus:
Nationally (across the country)

Newell Recycling employs over 600 associates in the State of Georgia. It takes a team to run a successful business and our team runs like our amazing Newell Mega Shredder. We have many important positions from crane and scale operators, yard managers, accounting, marketing, road inspectors, operations, IT, purchasing, maintenance, and more.

It is our highest goal to practice corporate responsibility in everything that we do.
 
Environmental Stewardship
We take measures to ensure that all Newell Recycling operations meet and in many cases exceed, federal Environmental Protection Agency, and state Environmental Protection Division regulatory requirements.

Operating Safely
We take a serious approach to providing a safe working environment for our valued employees. Safety is the primary objective of each Newell employee in the performance of all daily responsibilities.

Serving Our Communities
We support many local civic organizations, including groups such as Keep East Point Beautiful, and Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful. Many of our dedicated employees work within the community in various ways.

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Alton S. Newell had a vision to solve the difficult problem of dismantling junk cars into pieces small enough to bale for scrap. A one-time junkyard manager, Mr. Newell learned how to scrap cars by hand at a rate of (10 hours a car). In the early 1960s Mr. Newell developed an efficient metal processing machine known to the world today as the Newell Shredder.

Mr. Newell did not receive formal training as an engineer, but was able to pioneer a machine with capabilities to process an automobile in about 10 minutes and used less energy than other shredding and crushing machines. The original model was powered by a 500 horsepower motor, processing 30 to 40 cars a day. His invention was patented in 1969.

Newell Recycling of Atlanta, Inc. was opened in 1976. Initially planned as a heavy media separation plant, the company broadened its scope to recycle ferrous and non-ferrous metals. The current operations include the shredder, metal recovery plant, nonferrous warehouse, iron yard, aluminum can receiving center, and the Newell Transportation facility.

Responsible recycling is the core competency at Newell Recycling. The state of the art facility is not only efficient, but built to the highest environmental standards. Newell has pioneered “Greenfield” design for recycling plants, making its facilities a showcase for the industry and a model good neighbor.