PM Recovery concentrates in high temperature metals including molybdenum,vanadium, tungsten, tungsten carbide, cobalt, nickel and their related alloys.
Q2: Can PM Recovery manage the freight and logistics aspects of metal waste streams?
PM Recovery handles all freight and logistics for its clients on a global basis. The company manages the inland freight, warehousing, customs filings, ocean freight and all other necessary requirements relating to the transport of its customers' material. PM Recovery personnel are trained to meet US Department of Transportation standards for persons involved in the transport of potentially hazardous materials.
Q3: How can a generator be sure that PM Recovery is a responsible partner for secondary metals disposal?
PM Recovery has over 30 years experience in managing metal bearing waste streams. Our plants are operated to meet all governmental standards for worker safety and environmental compliance, and our facilities are audited regularly by our customers and independent auditors specializing in Health, Safety and the Environment. We maintain insurance coverage that allows us to designate our customers as beneficiaries and will customize the coverage to meet the special needs of our customers.
Q4: Does PM Recovery actually process metal or does PM Recovery simply trade and broker material?
PM Recovery is a direct processor of material. PM Recovery plants in Greenville, Pennsylvania specialize in the separation and blending of various metal bearing waste streams. PM Recovery's affiliated companies and Alpha Omega handle over 65,000 tons of materials annually.
Q5: Are PM Recovery practices and facilities audited for environmental and worker safety compliance?
PM Recovery has received certification of ISO 9001, 14001 and OSHAS 18001.