523 Shepherd Dr
Garland, TX 75042
Tel: 972-303-8388
Fax: 972-303-8389
Operation Hours: Mon-Fri: 8:00am-5:00pm | Sat: 8:00am-3:00pm
         
Welcome To Ocean Star Metals

Involved in the recycling and trading of ferrous and non-ferrous metals of the major independent scrap metal companies working today.

Get Top Dollar for scrap metals today! Ocean Star Metals is a scrap metal buyer and e-waste service provider. We focus on buying, recycling and processing scrap metal and e-waste. We are proud to serve all of the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex area, including but not limited to Garland, Richardson, Plano, Carrollton, Rockwall and Mesquite.

WE ACCEPT A VARIETY OF METALS Absolute highest prices paid for copper, insulated wire, brass, auto rads, AC coils, extruded aluminum, aluminum cans, cast, stainless steel, sealed units, electric motors, lead and electronic scrap. We are processors of all types of steel including prepared steel, plate & structural steel, re-bar, busheling, shreddable steel and tin. IF IT’S METAL, WE BUY IT!.

         
What we Buy

 
Metal Scrap Specialists

 
 
Turn Your Trash In To Cash $$

 

Fun Facts About Scraps

1. Once an aluminum can is recycled, it can be part of a new can within six weeks. 

2. Because so many of them are recycled, aluminum cans account for less than 1% of the total U.S. wastestream, according to EPA estimates. 

It takes about 400 years for aluminum to break down naturally, but it is infinitely recyclable: aluminum can be recycled over and over without degrading. 

4. Producing new material from scrap uses 95 percent less energy than producing the same product from our natural resources. 

5. A steel mill using recycled scrap reduces water pollution, air pollution, and mining waste by about 70 percent. 

6. Millions of tons of iron and steel are diverted from the waste stream to the recycling stream due to steel’s magnetic properties that make it the easiest      material to separate from the solid waste stream.

7. 600 steel cans or tin cans are recycled every second. 

8. 42% of crude steel is made from recycled material. 

9. Iron and steel are the world's most recycled materials and among the easiest materials to reprocess.  This is due to the ability to incorporate magnets in the waste stream separation process. 

10. 25,000 Statues of Liberty can be built with copper that the United States of America recycles per year. 

11. In 2012, more than 55 million metric tons of ferrous metal was recycled by the US scrap industry. In that year, the USA ferrous scrap metal industry was valued approximately $30.1 billion.