Serving the scrap metal and recycling needs of northeastern Pennsylvania for more than 85 years, Brenner Recycling offers the region’s premier full-service solution for industrial, residential and personal recycling – including pickup and delivery for industrial clients within 75 miles of Hazleton, PA.
Top Prices for Metal and Paper
We accept and buy a range of materials – from various ferrous and non-ferrous metals to newspaper and cardboard. You can count on us to offer the best market prices with flexible payment options, including cash.
Since January of 2013, it has become illegal to dispose of desktop computers, laptop computers, computer monitors, computer peripherals, televisions and any components of such devices with your household garbage.
“We have been in the recycling business since 1925 and now are providing a means for people to properly dispose of their old computers, printers and peripherals and get paid for them at the same time,” said Paul Brenner, president of Brenner Recycling.
People disposing of old computer monitors, however, will have to pay a fee of $20 per monitor since Brenner has to pay to dispose of them properly.
Brenner Recycling is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Saturdays from 8 a.m. until noon.
Paul Brenner has served as chairman or as a member of many volunteer boards of directors including:
His brother, Lenny, is a supporter of the Elks, Swing Club and the Key Club.
And both are supporters of the newly founded Hazleton Integration Project (HIP).
And when vandals struck a local cemetery, the Brenner family sprung into action, helping raise money through aluminum can recycling donations.
Four of Paul Brenner's children serve in the military, so when he heard that hundreds of brass markers were stolen from the graves of veterans in St. Ann's Cemetery, in Foster Township, he wanted to help.
"We've got to take care of the people who take care of us," Brenner said.
Brenner donated 10 cents for every pound of aluminum cans recycled in Sept. 2013 to help replace the markers.
"This donation is showing that our company is part of the solution," Brenner said.