D. H. Griffin provides turnkey dismantlement, cleanup and asset recovery solutions for demolition and dismantlement projects, allowing us to maximize the resale value of plant assets. The assets resulting from demolition include both scrap metal and items that can be resold. Asset recovery is extremely important as the proceeds gained from the sale of used equipment or recycling of scrap metals generated by a project represent the primary source of revenue to be applied towards the cost of operations. D. H. Griffin’s experienced project managers and used equipment team will deliver the best solution for used equipment resell or scrap recycling.
D. H. Griffin is recognized as an industry leader in metals recycling. Our network of longstanding relationships with steel mills, foundries, brokers, processors and scrap dealers, ensures you get the biggest bang for your buck when you do business with DHG. We have an extensive fleet of trucks and containers that are prepared to haul away scrap from your jobsite. As a scrap metal recycler, D. H. Griffin handles ferrous metals such as iron and steel, nonferrous metals such as copper and aluminum, and precious metals such as platinum, nickel and many other alloys. If you generate scrap metal or have an old equipment laydown yard or bone yard, D. H. Griffin can assist you with identifying, separating, transporting and purchasing your scrap.
In addition to used equipment and scrap metal recycling, D. H. Griffin can salvage building materials for reuse. Today’s market is strong for heart pine boards and beams, which can be reused for building materials or cut and used for furniture manufacturing. Concrete, block and brick can be crushed and reused onsite for redevelopment of a site or sold for offsite use. Recycling or salvaging demo debris not only diverts materials from the landfill, but it also saves energy and the environmental impacts of producing new products from virgin materials. D. H. Griffin is a member of the US Green Building Council which promotes the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program – encouraging recycling or salvage of demolition and construction debris. For any projects applying for LEED certification, D.H. Griffin is experienced with the recycling documentation needed for LEED credits.