WELCOME TO THE METAL FARM’S WEBSITE.
You can find us at 56 Davidson Dr. off Route 11, Daniel Webster Hwy, in Farmington, New Hampshire. With over 65,000 square feet of warehouse space, we are proud to say we are one of the largest metal recycling facilities in New England. We take pride in the fact that our yard and facilities are kept clean and organized for your convenience. Our friendly staff is more than happy to help load all of your recyclable materials whether it be 10 pounds of material or 10,000 pounds.
We encourage you to come and check us out in person! If you have ever been to a metal recycling facility you will know right away that we work harder than the competition for you the customer. Trust is built by promises kept. Our promise to our customers is that we will treat you with honesty, respect and pay you top dollar for your recyclable materials. We want your business and intend to work hard to satisfy your needs.
The Metal Farm is a green company that cares about the environment. Other than metal recycling, we are proud to offer electronics recycling. You no longer need to pay the Municipal Waste Facilities to put potentially hazardous electronic waste into our landfills. Bring them to the farm, and we will gladly pay you for them and recycle them responsibly. Recycling is important to the future of our planet. Let us help you to contribute to a greener tomorrow.
Please be aware that Davidson Dr. does not come up on Google maps or some GPS apps. We are on the Route 11 between Meetinghill House Road and Paulson Road. Nearby landmarks include Honey Dew Donuts and Rite Aid. We are about a quarter mile past the Honey Dew Donuts on the left-hand side when heading west on Route 11 or about a quarter mile past Rite Aid on the right-hand side when heading east on Route 11. Come see us today!
- One cell phone battery has the potential to contaminate up to 50 gallons of ground water. We recycle cell phones and cell phone batteries.
- Recycling aluminum cans save 95% of the energy needed to make aluminum from bauxite ore.
- The Container Recycling Institute (CRI) estimates that the 36 billion aluminum cans landfilled last year had a scrap value of more than $600 million. Over the past 20 years, we have scrapped aluminum cans worth over $12 billion on today's market. Someday we may be mining our landfills for the resources we've buried.
- One of the biggest problems about landfills is that they're running out at a rate of one a day. There is so much garbage in the world that a landfill in New York can be seen from space. In the rural days, farmers would burn their garbage, but nowadays that isn't an option. Now all towns have a designated landfill, and large cities such as Los Angeles have multiple ones.
- The U.S. is the #1 trash-producing country in the world at 1,609 pounds per person per year. This means that 5% of the world's people generate 40% of the world's waste.
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THE METAL FARM
56 Davidson DrivePhone: 603-755-3800
Farmington, NH 03835
Farmington, NH 03835