Rocky Mountain Recycling, Inc. has been in continuous operation at the corner of 64th Ave. and Brighton Blvd in Commerce City since 1936. We buy and recycle all scrap metals including copper, aluminum, brass, stainless steel, zinc, aluminum cans, lead, and all types of iron and ferrous metals. Our goals are to pay a fair price while providing the highest possible level of customer satisfaction.

Our 2 major pieces of processing equipment are a two-ram Harris Baler and a Vezzani Guillotine Shear. We also operate 4 portable shears, two of which exert over 1,000 tons of shearing pressure for processing I-beams and other demolition scrap metal. We use hydraulic cranes to unload trucks, feed equipment, and load prepared recycled metals for shipment.

We serve the recycling needs of hundreds of industrial accounts throughout the front range, the plains, and mountains surrounding the Denver metropolitan area. We operate a fleet of over 30 large capacity trailers to meet the needs of the demolition industry. At Rocky Mountain Recycling, Inc. it is our people that set us apart. We have the friendliest, highly trained, group of recycling specialists in Colorado. Our commitment to customer satisfaction, safety, quality and productivity is unmatched in the Front Range.

Mission Statement

Rocky Mountain Recycling, Inc.'s mission is to provide superior service while paying the best prices. We strive to be the leading “go to” scrap metal recycler across North America. We have an exceptional service team and no job is too big or too small.

Our motto has been ‘Recycling with Integrity Since 1936' and that has not changed. We pride ourselves in offering a variety of services to fit our customers' needs and do so with the utmost integrity, efficiency, and responsibility. We work diligently to ensure that our customers' needs are met beyond their expectations whether it be commercial or retail scrapping, container services, or demolition. We achieve this without abandoning our responsible and ethical environmental standards that we value in our organization, and to our society as a whole.

We will:

Be committed to recycling with integrity
Provide superior service while paying the best prices
Provide a reliable, rewarding and meaningful recycling experience.
Provide an easy and accessible way for the public to recycle all forms of metal
Ensure that we are preserving and protecting the environment for future generations

Call Rocky Mountain Recycling, Inc. today! We have been recycling with integrity for 80 years while providing a safe working environment for our employees. 303-288-6868


What are your business hours?

Our Business Hours are Mon-Fri 07:30 AM - 04:30 PM; Sat 07:30 AM - 12:00 PM; Sun - Closed Please arrive 30 minutes before closing.

We are just southwest of 69th and Vasquez on Brighton Blvd.

We currently have two scales on both sides of Brighton Blvd. The scale on the east side will weigh your ferrous material and the scale on the west side of Brighton will weigh your non-ferrous material . Please watch our virtual tour or refer to our ferrous/non-ferrous pages for more details.

Yes. You must have a valid government-issued ID in order to sell any material except aluminum cans. You are not allowed to use another person's identification without that person begin present.

Yes, however you must have a valid title for the vehicle under the name of the seller. Be sure to remove all fluids and mercury switch.

No, we do not recycle televisions.

We are able to issue a check or cash on the spot with a company ATM card to be cashed on site. ATM CARD IS NOT VALID AT ANY OTHER LOCATION- MUST BE CASHED ON SITE.

Due to fluctuating market prices, we are unable to provide pricing information on our website. Should you have a question about the price of your material, we encourage you to contact one of our buyers and we would be happy to provide you with a price.

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