Emperor Scrap Metal Brokers processes all types of scrap metal to create commodities, resources, and raw materials for new production. Our processing operations center on heavy duty metal shredding through which we process junk cars, appliances, light gauge steel, and other mixed metals into clean metals of uniform size, density, and chemistry. Modern shredding technology provides maximum efficiency, recovery, and reduction of solid waste in processing scrap metal. We also utilize techniques such as sorting, cutting, baling, and breaking to process scrap metal such as heavy steel, cast iron, and nonferrous metals. You wont be disappointed with us, bring in your scrap metal and we will pay top dollar for it. 

A lot of industries generate scrap metal today that can be recycled. These industries establish ongoing scrap metal recycling accounts with Atlas Metal & Iron to recycle the scrap, creating a second stream of revenue. Emperor Scrap Metal Brokers have a fleet of drivers who drop off containers and swap them out when the recyclables demands that kind of service.

The auto manufacturing and body shops
Atlas recycles these materials in an environmentally responsible manner and is here to help you to achieve your zero waste initiatives
Construction materials—from new home construction, new office and high rise construction and even remodeling projects
Roofing companies building metal roofs, gutters and drainage systems
Makers of electrical supplies—cable, connectors and transformers
Appliance manufacturers
Canned food producers
Canned beverage producers

Amazing news you all!!
Total U.S. steel production in 2019 increased to 88.0 million metric tons from 86.6 million metric tons in 2018, a 1.6% increase. Indiana is the highest producer of steel in the country.
Steel is one of the most common manmade materials in the world. Modern steel is generally identified by various grades defined by assorted steel organizations globally.
Steel is an alloy of iron and carbon, and sometimes other elements like chromium. Because of its high tensile strength and low cost, it is a major component used in:
Buildings
Infrastructure
Tools
Ships
Trains
Cars
Machines
Appliances
And weapons.
Stainless steel is an alloy with a minimum of 11.5% chromium content. Stainless steel does not stain, corrode or rust as easily as ordinary steel. Stainless steel drew its name from the fact it “stains less.” There are different grades and surface finishes of stainless steel to suit the use.
Stainless steel is easily sterilized and resistant to corrosion.