Recycling volumes grow for aluminum and
other non-ferrous materials.
Since the onset of the 21st century, the demand for high quality aluminum and other non-ferrous metals has grown like no other commodity. Again, energy costs have been the primary driver, as it takes 95 percent less energy to recycle an aluminum can than it does to create one from raw materials. The savings in fresh water are nearly as impressive.
In response, Midland Davis has developed an active collection program, reimbursing both companies and individuals – in cash, if you choose -- for aluminum cans delivered to our facilities in Moline and Pekin, Illinois. Prices are competitive, and adjusted perodically based on market prices.
In addition, Midland Davis is pleased to purchase all scrap aluminum. Good source material includes:
We offer competitive pricing for these items, as well.
Industrial business managers with significant volumes of aluminum and non-ferrous scrap will want to consult with Midland’s experts to devise the most profitable and convenient pick-up or delivery program.
Louis (Levinstein) Livingston
arrives in the Quad Cities by
way of England and his native Lithuania. Eager to pursue his American Dream, the 20-year old joins his brother Ike to found Levinstein & Co. Using horse
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Midland Davis one of the oldest full-service recycling companies in the Midwest, is fully committed to making a positive impact on the communities and country we serve through active participation and encouragement of recycling efforts that preserve natural and man-made resources for the generations ahead.