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Alabama: 251-343-1838
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Tennessee: 615-351-5407
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May Metals Metal Forging
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Mon. - Fri. 8-4pm (CST)
1455 Montlimar Drive, Mobile, AL 36609
Toll Free: 877-774-5837
Alabama: 251-343-1838
Fax: 251-343-1848
Tennessee: 615-351-5407

Become a Partner

Partners are a very vital part of our business. At May Metals Inc. we value our partners and their solutions. If you would like to become part of our partner network in recycling, just send us an email or give us a call May Metals Inc. 1-877-774-5837 or in Tennessee at 615-351-5407.


DCH Regional Medical Center
Tuscaloosa, AL

Tallahassee Memorial Hospital
Tallahassee, FL

Baptist Health Care
Montgomery, AL

Providence Hospital
Mobile, AL

Pensacola Junior College
Pensacola, FL

University of South Alabama
Mobile, AL

Birmingham News
Birmingham, AL
Singing River Hospital
Pascagoula, MS

Biloxi Regional Medical Center
Biloxi, MS

Jeff Anderson Regional Medical Center
Meridian, MS

Joyner and Hogan Printing

CRT Custom Products

Richards and Richards Record Storage

Wilson County Schools


• More than 4.2 million tons of electronic waste is buried in U.S. landfills each year.

• The e-waste refuse stream is growing at a rate of 3-5% per year, making it the fastest growing refuse problem in the world.

• The average life expectancy of a new PC is now less than two years.

• Tax laws are written so that computer equipment can be depreciated over a three year period. Therefore, most companies are ineligible to donate equipment for tax write offs, since it may have already been entirely depreciated.

• Most schools and non-profits will no longer take computer equipment as donations, since they would simply be assuming the liability and cost for end-of-life disposal. In most cases, by the time computers are donated to the schools, they are years behind the current generation of technology.

• Electronics are made with valuable materials. In 1998 over 112 million pounds of material were recovered from electronics including Steel, Aluminum, Glass, Plastic and Precious Metals.

• Computers have several elements - Lead, Mercury, Cadmium - that are regulated as hazard waste by U.S EPA and all states. Electronics can be an environmental hazard if they are disposed by landfills or incinerating.

May Metals Inc. can assist you in enhancing your bottom line through Precious and Base Metal recovery. Serious inquires are best served by calling our toll free number at (877) 774-5837 or our Tennessee office at 615-351-5407.

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