They get you in and out quickly.
Website says they are open until 4 pm on Sunday, I arrived at 3:17 pm and was turned away by employees closing the gate. After 20 plus years I'm done will find another place to recycle.
I'd heard about it, but never experienced it until today. Wasn't sure how sell my cans, but the employee who I asked explained it to me, and was friendly enough. I can recommend this place to anyone who doesn't know you can get money for empty soda cans, it's pretty easy and not scary at all.
Very friendly people. Help a lady with what she needs. Like helping take cans and bottles off a truck. They try their hardest to be the best at their jobs.
I have tried to contract this business without success and there website says contact them at a certain number and all you get is a recording. People make up there minds about businesses in the first few minutes of contact. Well I can't even get that so they get a thumbs down from me. Very disappointed there website is very misleading.
Bad service. Won't honor there own coupons. Asked to speak to a manger and was told there was no one and nothing would be done. Need to hire better
My Step-son is on according to them, but he has passed the phase. He is trying to get his life back together, yet every time he gets a job, the State goes in and insist that he pay so much out his check, many times 50 percent of his check. It is time for the Department to go under some type of review of how it does business.
J and sons company helped me clean out my garage by taking all recyclable items such as tv's computers plus all types of electronics at no cost.Plus they removed all my non-recyclables items such as trash for an affordable price.I sincerely recommend J and sons for your Clean up needs.
4 stars but only for one or two reasons. 1) They let you come on site and look for scrap metals that you cantake to the scale and buy at the going rate. Often times an artist, a workman (like me) or just someone who needs metal can buy a sheet for a $1.00 or $5.00 that would cost 10x as must elsewhere. They're great for that . And they're generally very nice people if you're patient with them. 2) It's not a typical scrap recycler with big piles. All of the SS, aluminum, sheet, perf steel and pipe is laid out to see. Bronze, brass, copper and lots of very interesting things is there in big barrels. See something shiny you want out of brass? It will be $2.00a lb (or the going rate). When there for $6.00 picked up 3 large very big aluminum pasta cooking pots. At the store they'd be $25 to 35.00 each. $6 total. yeah they needed cleaning but they weren't even bent. If you wanted to make something in ART or DESIGN. There's tonsliterally of stuff there that you could shine and it would look like a $1000. Why. 'Cause that's the real price of bronze, brass, copper now. So buy it 'used' or scrap and help yourself. Enjoy. If you find it 'good' write a review. If it's bad for some reason. It's your fault. : )