This place used to work smoothly in the old location on Byrum Drive. Now they moved and it's really screwed up. It's a lot bigger now and they have tons of new equipment they don't need and don't use, but the operation of it is horribly inefficient. If you just have a few bags of kitchen trash to drop off, you have to go through a big truck scale and wait several minutes behind a long line of cars and trucks, some of them dumping tons of yard waste or construction debris. It's very inconvenient. Then when you get to the scale they don't weigh your load or even look at it. They just wanted to make you wait in line in the hot sun for no reason. It's ridiculous. The whole process is very poorly designed and their operation of it seems improvised and haphazard. Used to be convenient at the old location but now it's not worth the trouble.
1605 Scott AveCharlotte, NC 28203
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I don't know what these two other people is thinking about CMR but when I go there all the time I'm in and out within 15 minutes I get paid in cash and I'm out usually go to wise I'm there from 5 to 4 hours I do not have to wait all that time and I get my money quick
I wish i had seen the other review here before I went to this place today. I usually go to Wise recycling. They are closed til after the fourth so i found cmr. Took a larger load to them than i had to wise of the SAME copper wire and they said it weighed less than half what wise had given me for my other load. Crooked scoundrels! I sincerely hope they fold and they very much deserve it!
This place uses a faulty scale to cheat customers out of what is rightfully theirs. When questioned about it after they got caught all they want to say is "go sell it at FedEx". These people have been reported to every state agency I could find in the past two days and I hope they go out of business.