Hub Scrap’s diverse range of expertise and knowledge of the scrap metal business enables the company to have a strong influence on both the local and long-distance markets. Our yards located in Winchester, VA and Hagerstown, MD, offers some of the best pricing for both commercial and individual customers.
At our Winchester facility (located at 207 Ebert Rd) and our Hagerstown, MD facility (located at 625 N Prospect Street), we are fully equipped to receive your truckloads of scrap metal and offer competitive market rates.
We accept a wide range of ferrous and non-ferrous commodities and are eager to be your number one choice when it comes to choosing your scrap location. We do not accept vehicles of any kind at our Hagerstown location. Please bring these to Winchester.
In addition, Hub Scrap is willing to do large and small off-site metal reclamation services with the necessary labor, equipment, and transportation to get the job done, while putting money back in the customer’s pocket. Please do not hesitate to stop by or give us a call to see how we may able to assist with your recycling needs.
At our Winchester location situated at 207 Ebert Rd, we are fully equipped to receive your truckloads of scrap metal and offer competitive market rates. Our focus is on handling larger volumes of scrap, therefore, we regret to inform you that we do not accept small “consumer” loads of metal or automobiles.
Our 625 North Prospect St. Hagerstown, MD location is always ready to accept your truckloads of scrap metal and offer up-to-date market pricing. Like our Winchester location, we deal in larger volumes of scrap and do not accept automobiles or small “consumer” loads of metal.
Materials we do not accept at our Hagerstown Transfer Facility.
- Radioactive materials
- Hazardous materials (oils, asbestos, PCBs, etc.)
- Closed containers (tanks, cylinders, etc.)
- Refrigerant fluids (freon)
- Televisions/monitors/copiers (items that are mostly plastic)
- Non-metallic items (garbage, wood, dirt, plastic, paper, etc.)
- Tires and conveyor belting