Crestwood Metal Corp. is primarily a non-ferrous scrap metal recycler. Although the Company specializes in aluminum, it also handles other grades of non-ferrous metals, electronics, and steel.
Crestwood Metal is not your typical scrap metal recycler. Like other scrap metal recyclers, our customers include retail and industrial accounts. But more importantly, our equipment and technology allows us to process material beyond the limitations of most other recyclers…….making us UNIQUE. In fact, Crestwood purchases much of its material from other scrap metal recyclers across the country, as well as government entities….…making us a true INDUSTRY WHOLESALER.
For decades, Crestwood Scraps has been synonymous with integrity and professionalism in the scrap metal industry. As pioneers in this field, our inception in Hewlett, NY was driven by a singular vision: to redefine the standards of service and value in the scrap metal trade. From those early days, our dedication to this mission has seen us evolve, transforming into a landmark institution in Nassau County.
At the core of our growth has been our deep-seated connection to the communities of Hewlett, NY. This relationship is the backbone of our business model. The trust and confidence placed in Crestwood Scraps by both individuals and businesses in the region underline our commitment to transparency, honesty, and unparalleled service. It’s not just about transactions at our yard. It’s about ensuring that every client, regardless of the scale of their business, feels valued, respected, and satisfied.
Every piece of metal that comes to our yard tells a story, and we honor that story by giving it value. This ethos has been our guiding principle, ensuring that each client receives optimal returns for their scrap, time after time.
In the ever-evolving landscape of the scrap metal industry, Crestwood Scraps has consistently taken steps to remain at the forefront of sustainability. Located in Hewlett, NY, our yard isn’t just about metal transactions; it’s about fostering a greener future for the next generations.
Understanding the global implications of our actions, we’ve integrated strategies to conserve resources and reduce landfill waste. Being deeply rooted in Nassau County, we grasp the importance of eco-friendly practices more than anyone. Every piece of scrap that enters our yard is processed with environmental considerations at its core. This includes measures such as water conservation, air quality improvements, and the utilization of renewable energy sources. From efficient energy consumption to responsible waste management, our green initiatives are designed to minimize our carbon footprint while maximizing value for our customers.
If you’re keen to know more about our sustainable practices or wish to discuss your scrap metal requirements, dial 631-567-2727. Our team, passionate about a cleaner environment, is always on standby to assist.
While there are several scrap yards in Nassau County, Crestwood Scraps has a distinctive edge. Our reputation in Hewlett, NY is built upon years of delivering consistent quality service. Every client, whether a homeowner or a business entity, is treated with utmost respect and professionalism.
Our advanced technological systems ensure precise weighing, leading to fair and competitive pricing. Furthermore, our knowledgeable team is always ready to offer insights and advice, making your scrap metal selling process seamless. Customer testimonials attest to the warmth, efficiency, and expertise that Crestwood Scraps brings to the table.
And it’s not just about transactions. We believe in building long-term relationships. Our regular clientele is a testament to the trust and confidence that people have in our services. To experience the Crestwood Scraps difference or for any inquiries, please contact us at 631-567-2727.
Hewlett is a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP) in Nassau County, New York on the South Shore of Long Island. As of the United States 2010 Census, the CDP population was 6,819. Hewlett Bay Park and Hewlett Harbor consist of many mansions and harbor villas with very large property, a few dating back to the time of the American Revolution. This area, like Back/Old Lawrence is unique because its rural affluence is similar in character to the more well known Gold Coast of the North Shore instead of being more urbanized like the rest of the South Shore of Nassau County.