24 Jun

Hello Everyone, The coming expansion here at Excel Recycling is bringing lots of interest from people in the throughout the industry. These new resources will bring us in line with the biggest scrap handling operations in New England. As always there are fits and starts in this process but I’d like to encourage anyone interested […]
14 Jun

What’s next for Excel Recycling?

After the recent announcement by Excel Recycling that the company is adding facilities and resources the phones have begun to ring of the hook. I’d like to reach out to existing and potential customers to assure them that the staff here at Excel and myself shall continue to work hard to provide the service that […]
9 Jun

Excel Recycling charges forward.

The recent softening in the scrap metal markets are not going to slow down our march forward. Although the news is mixed we are confident that there will be stability in prices in the upcoming months.  The changes are exciting and should produce great things for our customers.
9 Jun

Biggest news in the New England scrap industry in years !

Hello Everyone, Excel Recycling is announcing the establishment of a new processing facility in Freetown, Massachusetts along with the acquisition of a port site in New Bedford, Ma. These two new sites will provide Excel with access to global export markets. The Freetown facility will allow us to process much larger volumes of material and […]
18 Apr

ISRI – convention news.

Good Day Everyone, In a recent issue of Recycling Today magazine Brian Taylor wrote about the recent the influences that have seen small improvements in steel scrap markets. Here is a snippet from that article. “After a difficult 2015 and a rough start to 2016, an early April price boost brought some good cheer to […]
4 Apr


Good Afternoon Everyone, There appears to be a positive trend in the steel scrap markets right now. This could be due to new sales from the east coast as well as dropping stocks that have created a lack of supply. Can we count on it to continue? That remains to be seen. I would be […]
10 Mar

Hello Everyone, There seems to be a heating up of the markets happening right now. The steel markets either driven by increased demand or slightly greater need globally have gone up $10 and are poised to go a bit more. This is encouraging considering the time of year and the extended drought the markets have […]
5 Feb

Feb. – Mar. Outlook

Good Day Everyone, The stagnant markets for all scrap metal continue to stumble along. It doesn’t matter what level of employee, operator, management or owner you fulfill in this industry you can help but be bombarded by rumors. The rumor mill runs especially strong when things are great for this or any other industry. The […]
25 Jan


The latest bout of global warming that fell on the scrap yards in Westport, Charlton and Salem will soon be cleared away. We are ready to get the new year rolling. There have been small rebounds in the non-ferrous markets which may indicate less downward pressure. We should keep an eye on the middle east […]
18 Jan


Base metals are in positive territory after a stabilization of China markets. There is hope that the .44 % positive move in the  Shanghai Composite Index in addition to commitments to prop up the yuan will stop the slide in scrap values. There are also reports that iron ore production is being slowed by environmental […]