Now Open and Receiving Your Scrap
Effective Monday, June 8th, 2020, we are open and receiving both ferrous and non-ferrous scrap material from the public. Yes, you read that right--we are now open and receiving from everyone! We can't wait to see all of our customers again!
As before, we will continue to operate during our normal business hours of 8am-4:30pm Monday-Friday, and our scales will continue to close at 4:15pm. However, there are a couple changes to be made aware of:
Pull between the cones and wait patiently at the STOP SIGN near our new office. One of our staff will be out to greet you, get you checked in, and give any further instructions.
Only ONE CUSTOMER in each department of our facility at a time. This means only one person at the tin/long steel piles and one person at the non-ferrous metals shop at any given time. You may have to wait patiently for your turn if others are already in the yard. Our check-in attendant will tell you when you can proceed to the proper area.
We expect you to UNLOAD YOUR OWN MATERIAL. If you were able to load it by hand at home, you will need to unload it by hand here as well. We are doing this to limit the risk of damage or injury by our equipment to both you and your vehicle/trailer, AND to allow our employees to continue to sort and process received material without interruption. The more sorting and processing our employees can do, the more room that will be available for you to unload your scrap! Assistance with unloading material will ONLY be provided as needed for large & oversized items (ie. large combines, farm equipment, vehicles, etc.).
STAY in your vehicle. The only exception to this may be when you are removing straps/tarps and unloading your steel in our scrap piles.
DO NOT ENTER any of our buildings. We will weigh your non-ferrous items for you and will bring your weight slip and check to you at the end of your visit.
Wear a MASK if you feel COMFORTABLE. While masks are not required, please feel free to wear one if you feel more comfortable that way.
Keep a DISTANCE of at least 6 feet between yourself and our employees at all times.
STAY HOME IF YOU ARE ILL or experiencing any symptoms like fever, coughing, sneezing, or difficulty breathing.
We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we adjust to the changes in our yard. While it may take a bit of getting used to, we are sure that the changes we've made will help improve traffic flow and ease confusion for all of our customers.
If you have any further questions or concerns, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at 989-269-6829.
D&W Salvage, Inc.