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Aluminum Recycling

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Continental Aluminum Corp.  
New Hudson, MI
 
PREFERRED SUPPLIERS
Beachwood, OH
Headquarters
 
Asheboro, NC
We Buy/Recycle Metals, Beverage Containers, Cardboard & Plastic, Electronics Recycling
 
Benton Harbor, MI
A Full Service Recycling Center; Accepting Ferrous & Non-Ferrous Metals; Roll off/Trailer Service Available
 
Brainerd, MN
 
Minerva, OH
 
Crystal Springs, MS
 
Kansas City, MO
 
Detroit, MI
Recycling today for a better tomorrow
 
Chatsworth, CA
 
Berea, KY
 
Pinson, AL
Established 1995, Specialize in Recycling of all Metals
 
Davenport, IA
 
Willoughby, OH
 
Knoxville, TN
Tin & aluminum recycling
 
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Miami, FL
Chillicothe, MO
Uhrichsville, OH
Greensboro, NC
Montgomery, AL
Greensboro, GA
Oklahoma City, OK
Post Falls, ID
Coldwater, MI
Seneca Falls, NY
Waverly, TN
Mount Pleasant, TN
Wabash, IN
Hahnville, LA
Mount Pleasant, TN
Safford, AZ
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