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The Greymart aluminum recycling program was developed as a turn-key solution for commercial printing, newspapers, and manufacturing facilities to generate revenue by recycling their used aluminum litho plates and scrap aluminum. Our mill-direct pricing and years of industry experience means that you not only help the environment, but you profit from it as well. In addition to recycling their aluminum litho plates and scrap aluminum, many Greymart customers also receive significant returns recycling their waste paper, inks, and waste chemicals.

How do I turn my scrap aluminum, printer ink, and waste paper into revenue?

  • 1) First call or e-mail Greymart for a free consultation and quote.
  • 2) Once we’ve identified the type of commodities involved and the total volume our operations department will then schedule a free routine pickup to retrieve the material.
  • 3) Upon completion of the recycling process you’ll be provided prompt payment.

What types of printing, aluminum, and metal items can you help us recycle?

  • Aluminum lithographic plates
  • Scrap aluminum
  • Waste paper bales
  • Non-ferrous metals
  • Waste Ink
  • Copper and brass

What’s the Greymart difference? Our recycling programs cost nothing - we provide containers, transportation, and facility recycling at no cost to you. Our nationwide transportation and recycling network ensures speedy pickup and equally quick payment for any materials retrieved. Not a printer? That’s ok! Greymart handles thousands up thousands of scrap aluminum and non-ferrous metal transactions each year from non-printing sources such as manufacturers, warehouses, and builders.

Click “learn more” for an in-depth look at how Greymart can help recycling your aluminum and printing materials, or contact us to today for a free estimate and consultation.

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