Where to recycle SCRAP METAL
and how to prepare it in Douglas County, Oregon


What is Scrap Metal?
Scrap metal is any material made of metal.  Some examples of scrap metal are:

    Household
  • Appliances
    • stoves
    • washers
    • dryers
    • refrigerators
    • air conditioners
    • toasters
    • hot water heaters
  • Pots and pans
  • Bicycles
  • BBQ's
  • Lawnmowers
  • Cans

Appliances are accepted at ReStore Appliances & More 541-672-8431

    Automotive
  • Parts
    • wheels
    • axles
    • body parts
    • radiators
  • Whole bodies

Not accepted at transfer sites or landfill, take to McGovern Metals or the Steel Recyclers

    Construction
  • Plumbing
  • Sheeting
  • Strapping
  • Wire
  • Roofing
  • Siding

Reuseables should be taken to Heartwood Resources for resale.

How do I recycle scrap metal?
Scrap metal is easy to recycle.  Simply remove as much wood and plastic as you can.  If the item is 80% metal you are good to go.

Where do I recycle my scrap metal?
Scrap metal is accepted all over the community of Douglas County.  Do not leave this material at thrift stores.  It costs them labor and time to get rid of.

  • Appliances can be donated to:
    RESTORE APPLIANCES & MORE
    2673 NE Diamond Lake Blvd
    Roseburg , OR 97470
    Phone: 541-672-8431
  • ALL Douglas County Transfer Stations
    Note:  Large Appliances can only be accepted at Roseburg and Reedsport.  Fees apply.  No large auto parts may be accepted.
  • Material taken to these recyclers may be sold to them by the pound.  Fees do apply for materials requiring preparatory work (refrigerant, propane tanks with valves, etc..)
  • The Steel Recyclers
    135 Kester Road
    Roseburg, OR , 97470  
    Phone: 541-440-3005

  • McGovern Metals
    3801 Old Highway 99 S
    Roseburg, OR 97470
    Phone: 541-679-7012

Scrap metal

Include:
Cans
Appliances
Auto Parts, Construction Waste
Household Items
Bicycles, Lawnmowers
ANY METAL!

Remove as much plastic and wood as you can and recycle it separately

Click the link below for a printable chart for your reference