Serving the DC Metro Area & Surrounding Communities since 1952, including:

Fort Lesley J. McNair, Calvert,
Charles/St. Mary's, & Northern Virginia
Maryland: Waldorf, Dunkirk, California,
Hollywood, Mechanicsville, Fort Washington,
Upper Marlboro, Clinton, & Hughesville

Member of the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries

Employee Owned & Operated

Metal Recycling & Cash for Metal 

Earn cash for metal at our metal recycling yard. At Super Salvage, we have more than 50 years of experience, so come to us for easy money and friendly service. 

From Junk to Cash

Bring us all of your junk metal and walk away with cash. We accept anything that is metal, including aluminum, and we recycle it all. In fact, we melt down the metal for other manufacturing uses. A valid driver's license is required. If you do not have a license, or an expired license, you cannot enter the yard. We take much more material than is listed below, so call us to see if we'll accept what you have.

Trade in Your Laptop for Money, Metal Recycling in Washington, DC

We Buy:

 Cell Phones
 Electric Motors
 Refrigerators (Large or Small)*
 Car Parts (Engine Blocks,
   Transmissions, Body Parts, Etc.)
 Cast Iron
 Stainless Steel
 Pipes & Pipe Fittings
 AC Units*
 Water Heaters & Chillers
 Gutters, Soffits, Aluminum
    Siding, & Trim
 Small Appliances
 Metal Beams
 Metal Ladders 
 Wires & Extension Cords
 Light Fixtures (Remove Bulbs)
 Motorcycle Frames, Parts, & Rims
 Lawn Mowers
 Lawn & Garden Equipment
 Pots & Pans
 Empty Drums
 Farm Equipment
 Exercise Equipment
 Metal Lawn Furniture
 Wood Stoves (Remove Fire Brick)
* Freon must be removed

We Do Not Buy:

 Propane Tanks
 Whole Vehicles
 TVs or TV Cables
 Computer Monitors
 Shopping Carts
 Household Garbage
 Anything Containing Liquid

Tips to Help You Scrap Smarter

 Be sure to remove fluids from tanks, engines, etc., before scrapping household oil tanks. Steel drums
     must have a one-inch square hole cut in the side and be empty to be accepted by our facility.
 Please remove any light bulbs from fixtures before scrapping.
 Be sure to remove tires from vehicle axles, motorcycles, and car/truck rims before scrapping. A tire
     deduction will be taken if they are part of your scrap load.

 Be sure to remove dirt, concrete chunks, or other debris from fence posts or other structures before scrapping. A small amount of dirt is understandable, as
     most scrap is dirty. Buckets and huge clumps of debris are not.
 Separate items in your load to make it easier to dump when you come to the facility, if possible. It saves you time when dumping.

Contact us at our salvage yard for more information or a fast answer to your question.