Frequently Asked Questions
- What types of materials do you accept?
- What are your service areas?
- What are your hours of operation?
- Do you have price sheets?
- Are there any specific holidays that you are closed?
- What is needed for me to sell scrap material?
- Is RMR, Inc the same company that used to be called N.C. Hide & Fur and Rocky Mount Recyclers, Inc?
- Do you buy batteries or catalytic converters?
- Where is the container number on my onsite container located? What does it look like?
What types of materials do you accept?
What are your service areas?
We service from the Piedmont to the Coastal regions of North Carolina and portions of Virginia. This would encompass a radius to include the following cities: Suffolk, Petersburg, Danville, South Boston, South Hill, Emporia, Franklin, Chesapeake, Burlington, Durham, Henderson, Roanoke Rapids, Ahoskie, Elizabeth City, Rocky Mount, Wilson, Tarboro, Raleigh, Apex, Sanford, Cary, Greenville, Chapel Hill, Washington, Kinston, Goldsboro, New Bern, Jacksonville, Havelock, Fayetteville, Clinton, Clayton, Siler City, Carthage, Manteo, and Edenton.
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Do you have price sheets?
No. Because of constantly changing market prices, RMR is unable to provide price sheets to its customers. Please contact our scales team for current rates.
Are there any specific holidays that you are closed?
Yes, RMR is closed Good Friday, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and the Friday following it, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.
What is needed for me to sell scrap material?
- An unexpired drivers license or state or federally issued photo identification card.
- You must be able to give the physical address where the regulated metals were obtained and the date when purchased.
- To view current NC Scrap Metal Laws Click Here (HB199)
Is RMR, Inc the same company that used to be called N.C. Hide & Fur and Rocky Mount Recyclers, Inc?
Yes, N.C. Hide and Fur changed names in 1988 to Rocky Mount Recyclers, Inc better reflect its current operations.
In 2012, Rocky Mount Recyclers, Inc placed its operations in Rocky Mount and Fayetteville under the new name Regional Materials Recovery, Inc.
Do you buy batteries or catalytic converters?
Yes, we buy lead-acid batteries and catalytic converters. Please contact our scales team for more information.
Where is the container number on my onsite container located? What does it look like?
Container Numbers are painted on or are decals and will start with one of the following letters: B__, D__, E__, F__, G__, H__, J__, L__, OR__, R__, S__, T__, or U__ followed by a number.