Phone service of main telephone line is temporarily disrupted. PLEASE CALL ALTERNATE # 302-655-4184.

Phone service of main telephone line is temporarily disrupted. PLEASE CALL ALTERNATE # 302-655-4184.

Delaware’s largest scrap metal processor

Diamond State Recycling in Wilmington, Delaware, offers highly competitive rates for ferrous and nonferrous scrap metals, including: iron •  steel • stainless steel • copper • brass • lead • aluminum • aluminum cans • lead acid batteries

Trailer service and containers are also available for industrial accounts. Inquire with Scott Sherr, president of Diamond State Recycling Corporation, 302-655-1501.

Experience matters

Diamond State Recycling is not only a buyer, but also a guide for large producers of scrap metal – in construction, dismantling, research and manufacturing industries. If your company or agency is producing a large volume of scrap annually, we can advise you on how to prepare and separate your material so you can reap the best returns. We are proud to service private and public entities to ensure that scrap metals get reused, not wasted.

What’s it worth?

Prices change daily, in some cases, hourly. Metals are commodities affected by market events worldwide. Because of the volume of material we handle annually, we can offer very competitive rates. We promise to give you the highest price we possibly can, given (sometimes volatile) market circumstances and based on the volume, type and grade of your scrap metals, which we’ll assess in person once you arrive at our paved scrap yard.


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How to sell us material

All materials must be driven in to our completely paved Wilmington scrap yard, and sellers must be prepared to show a driver’s license, per state law. Sorry, no walk-ins or shopping carts accepted. Truckloads are weighed on our regulated, high-tech, digital scale.

For your safety and ours, our scrap yard is under 24-hour camera surveillance. Theft raises the cost of doing business and puts integrity into question. Please, do not bring us stolen materials.

To partner on RFPs or handle large-scale projects involving scrap metals, please call Scott Sherr at 302-655-1501.