June 2011

So, it’s been a long time coming, but I finally grabbed some photos to add to the Scrap Metal Show Offs page. If you would like to send in your photo’s, yard tickets, or scrap projects, send them to HallOfFame@ScrapMetalJunkie.com and they may be included in the July 2011 page! I hope to see this expand into something more official, or possibly competitive. But for now its just for fun!

Here they are, in no official order:

Coming from Nate from Ocala, Florida: $480 of #1 copper pulled from old AC units and some demo projects.

That’s actually about 4 to 5 months of tearing apart old a/c units and what not. A buddy got ahold of some buy paxil online india gutter from his boss, and I helped him demo a couple properties. just started a stock pile of brass last week and already got a good lick….

Ocala, Florida

Nate M. Ocala, Florida

Dawn J. from Parkville, Missouri: A16 foot trailer piles with aluminum! Great work!

Dawn J. from Parkville, Missouri

Craig C. from Milwaukee, Wisconsin: A nice truck of sorted aluminum (some cast, and looks like an alloy wheel), sorted copper wire, and clean brass! Great take!


So there ya have it; The June 2011 Scrap Metal Show Offs!

If you have any comments, or ideas you would like to share with me, please leave a comment at the bottom of this page. Let me know what you think!

Good Luck Scrapping!!!


Saving Our Aina August 25, 2011 at 10:34 am

Hawaii ,before we use to live on fish an poi.believe it or not, now we live on rusty metal an dead toxic batterys.
OUR LAND is so polluted in so many ways ,from the mountain to th sea,our streets,parks ,homes ,work places.it post to paradise, that’s why I created Saving Our Aina LLC , me an my family still live off the land in this way,we have to adapt to this toxic life we live in .we are nonprofit but will be the only Hawaiian Local company that is all local. Why? We do accept federal or state grants,loans of any kind . That’s going local.we pull our metals batterys,cars,heavy equipment rubbish an more out of our land ,
This is how we survive The Hawaiian Scrappers
Saving Our Aina
Malama oka aina
Lend a hand ro clean our land.
Going green
Malama hauling Inc
Sponserd by you donations of metal an toxic batterys in any form
Aloha from the West Side of Oahu,Hawaii 96792

kim January 29, 2012 at 6:25 am

Shannon, my dad Jerry Roberts is trying to reach you for more jobs in Maunawili but said your phone # changed. Please call me at 232-3555 so I can give him your new #. Thanks.

Saving Our Aina August 25, 2011 at 10:39 am

Pictures will be up soon, se how a 1/2 ton Hawaiian truck cash in on 4 to 5 ton of heavy steel,or a 454 1977 cheavy pulls a goose neck trailer out of the ground that was sitting there buried for at least 20 yrs an more we are one of the most classic Hawaiians you will ever see haul a mountain on its back of th truck ,you have to see it for your own eyes yup even in Hawaii

Demolition New York September 1, 2011 at 1:40 am

Great Haul, Hope you got the best prices

Robin September 11, 2011 at 4:57 pm

Great photos!!! I hope more will be added.

Thank you for taking the time and effort to have a website like this! It’s very helpful for all of us “new scrappers.)

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