Update as of April 8th, 2020
Alpert & Alpert Iron & Metal, Inc. locations will remain open and continue recycling as part of the US Critical Manufacturing Sector, and to support essential businesses that depend on us. To ensure the safety of Alpert’s customers and employees, we have enforced that our staff and customers maintain 6’ distance from each other throughout all activities. We continue to follow the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendations and have made provisions and action plans to be able to maintain our operations and to serve you.
As we face this crisis together, we will remain focused on the well-being of our employees, our customers and the public. We will continue to be guided by our legacy of high quality and applying the expertise of our people to confront the challenges facing the world with COVID-19. Our preparedness plans are designed to help protect the safety of our employees, clients, and vendors while safely continuing business operations.
About Alpert Iron & Metal, Inc.
Founded in 1930 by brothers Herman and Mandel Alpert, Alpert & Alpert Iron & Metal, Inc. has grown through 3 generations of the Alpert family to become a leading international non-ferrous scrap metal processor, recycler, and trader.
The scrap metal industry itself began as many small family businesses. Through their early days as scrap collectors and peddlers working across the country, the Alpert brothers recognized that the close-knit industry was built on relationships and trust. Those values have remained important to Alpert & Alpert’s business throughout the decades.
For over 85 years, Alpert & Alpert has proven itself a valuable partner to our suppliers and consumers. Our long history and strong family ties emphasize our principles:
Integrity. Quality. Reliability.
We invite you to meet our family and our business through our detailed history, our products and services, and our people.