Sgt. Scrap

Clients Turn to Sgt. Scrap for Their Leading Scrap Metal Yard


Pennsauken Township, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/01/2018 -- For many residents across New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware and New York, it always seems that junk, one way or another, will somehow pile up. Sgt. Scrap, one of the leading scrap metal yards, can help with the junk removal process and allows residents to earn extra cash.

Sgt. Scrap does more than just pay cash for copper, aluminum and water heaters. They will also buy the junk car that residents have sitting around on their property for cash. Those interested in selling their old vehicle to this car junkyard in Gloucester County should contact Sgt. Scrap today.

While it certainly can be a challenge to get rid of a vehicle, if it is no longer operational, the reasons for keeping it are very minimal. With Sgt. Scrap, there are several advantages of scrapping a junk car for parts at their car junkyard in Camden County. Not only will residents be compensated with cash based on the condition and size of their junk vehicle, but they also will not have to worry about transporting the vehicle to the scrap yard.

The team at Sgt. Scrap provides free towing services to ensure the safety of the seller and other drivers on the road. Scrapping a junk car can also be beneficial for the environment, as it reduces the need to manufacture new parts and helps prevent fuels and chemicals from leaking and getting in the ground.

To learn more about the best scrap metal yard, interested parties are encouraged to give Sgt. Scrap a call today. They can be reached at 800-833-6983 or by visiting their website at

About Sgt. Scrap
Sgt. Scrap has been in business since for over ten years. Since their inception in 2006, the company has expanded to having four locations. Sgt. Scrap is an authority on eco-friendly scrap metal purchasing and prides itself on empowering its partners and customers. They offer both onsite services and offsite pickups that rid clients of unwanted metals in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, and Delaware.

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