Sgt. Scrap

Sgt. Scrap Offers Drivers an Eco-Friendly Option Through Their Auto Salvage Yards


Pennsauken Township, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/27/2019 -- When a car or truck breaks down, drivers have a few options to dispose of their old vehicle. They can take their vehicle to a standard junkyard or dump, but this can harm the environment, leaving the car to rust and rot for decades. Now, there's a more eco-friendly option for drivers in New Jersey—Sgt. Scrap's auto salvage yards in Camden County.

When drivers choose to recycle their out-of-commission vehicles with Sgt. Scrap, they know that their old car or truck will soon have new life after usable materials are reclaimed. Even if a vehicle isn't drivable, there are still plenty of valuable materials inside of the car's frame that can be repurposed. Sgt. Scrap's team removes these materials and recycles them for future use.

Sgt. Scrap's auto salvage yards aren't just great for the environment—they're also excellent for drivers as well. Sgt. Scrap's team prides themselves on offering some of the highest rates for scrap metal in the area. Drivers who choose Sgt. Scrap don't have to pay high towing fees to have a junkyard haul away their old vehicle. Instead, they leave with a little more cash in their pockets.

Drivers who need to get rid of an old vehicle that's no longer fit for the roads are encouraged to turn their car or truck into cash with Sgt. Scrap's auto salvage yard in Delaware County. Anyone interested in learning more about their auto salvage program or who would like to schedule an appointment should make the call to Sgt. Scrap's team today at 800-833-6983 or to pay them a visit online at

About Sgt. Scrap
Sgt. Scrap has been in business since for over 10 years. Since their inception in 2006, the company has expanded to have 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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