WMR’s Eight Recycling Facilities Stand-Down for Safety

Western Metals Recycling (WMR) is pleased to announce its participation in the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries’ (ISRI’s) June 15 Safety Stand-Down day. On June 15, all eight WMR recycling facilities will conduct field-based safety awareness meetings, which will focus on improving the WMR safety process through employee involvement. The meetings will also include ISRI’s recommended emphasis on mobile equipment safety. Ongoing and effective safety training is essential to the success of WMR’s safety program.

WMR appreciates ISRI’s efforts in organizing this event. We support such outreach initiatives that greatly enhance cooperation between ISRI and employers to work toward the same goal: a safe and healthful workplace. Safety is WMR’s number one core value and the primary goal of our safety process is to offer a safe and healthful workplace, free of injuries and illnesses for our teammates, customers, and visitors.

Western Metals Recycling purchases and recycles common ferrous and nonferrous scrap metal items like, appliances, sheet metal, automobiles, aluminum cans and other aluminum, copper and brass products. WMR is the largest scrap recycler in the Rocky Mountain Region.
Western Metals Recycling is wholly owned by The David J. Joseph Company (DJJ), a subsidiary of Nucor Corporation. The David Joseph Company, founded in 1885, is one of the largest scrap brokers/processors in the United States providing scrap brokerage, recycling and transportation services. Nucor and affiliates are manufacturers of steel products, with operating facilities primarily in the U.S. and Canada.