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Abington Reldan Metals provides State of The Art, efficient recycling and recovery of precious metals from scrap that allows your business to gain more real dollars for your scrap materials. Our unique recovery process allows us to analyze more end products.

Our goal is to serve each customer with respect to their needs. Each customer, large or small, is important to us!

Abington Reldan Metals LLC is a Silver LEED certified facility by the U.S. Green Building Council (the USGBC). Achieving LEED certification is the recognized standard for measuring sustainability in buildings—it demonstrates our environmental sustainability, improved occupant health and well being, and adherence to strict standards as an energy-efficient, environmentally responsible healthy workplace.

  • LEED Certified
  • ISO 14001:2004
  • OHSAS 18001:2007
  • e-Stewards Certified
  • R2 Certified
  • Green Circle Certified
  • Member of Philadelphia Better Business Bureau
  • Member of International Precious Metals Institute
  • Member of The Jewelers Board of Trade
  • ITAR Registered
  • Pennsylvania DEP Operating Permit
  • Authorized under Permit by Rule Subpart F to receive and process hazardous materials
  • Dealers of Precious Metals
  • Certified Weights and Scales
  • PA EPA ID # available for customers’ files
  • CHWMEG, Inc.: One or more of Abington Reldan Metals, LLC’s facilities have been reviewed by CHWMEG, Inc. (www.chwmeg.org)
  • ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Accredited

  • Advances on lots received in house for processing
  • Arrangements for trucking for lots which are too large for standard shipping
  • Viewing the processing of your lots to the samples
  • Laboratory on site
  • The value of your material returned in metal or money.
  • Your metals can be pooled until you decide to sell.
  • Transfer of metals from refining to pool accounts.
  • Quicker/shorter settlement times.

Abington Reldan Metals, LLC's Conflict Minerals Policy

At Abington Reldan Metals, LLC (ARM), we strive to adhere to high ethical standards. ARM is proud to have developed a Conflict Minerals Policy informed by the policies of the Conflict Free Sourcing Initiative (CFSI). Responsible sourcing is part of our sustainability commitment. This letter contains our Conflict Minerals Policy, which we are providing to you to further our compliance with such policy. Our Conflict Minerals Policy has been informed by the adoption by the Organization on Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) of the Supplement on Gold to its Guidance on Extractions of Mineral from Areas of Conflict and the aforementioned CFSI certification standard.

ARM's Conflict Minerals Policy:

ARM is committed to working with our customers and suppliers in our efforts to avoid incorporating conflict minerals into our supply chain and end products. "Conflict minerals" refers to gold, tin, tantalum and tungsten from conflict-affected and high-risk areas in Africa, such as the Democratic Republic of Congo, the production of which so-called conflict minerals finances or benefits illegally armed groups or contributes to an emergency humanitarian crisis in those regions. We do not intentionally purchase materials that we know contain conflict minerals, except as permitted for recycling, and we require our customers and suppliers to certify that they are not knowingly supplying us with materials that contain conflict minerals that were not sourced responsibly.

Gold is one of four "conflict minerals". Because precious metals are the focus of our recycling, processing and refining business, we focus on avoiding conflict gold. We seek to avoid scrap gold jewelry and jewelry manufacturing scrap from unknown sources or sources that do not certify that they source responsibly because it is not possible to identify the origin of the gold. Likewise, because it continues to be difficult in our business area to give the appropriate degree of due diligence and vetting to sources of gold coming from certain regions in Africa, we strive not to acquire mined materials or gold from the affected regions in Africa, either directly or through other suppliers. However, in furtherance of supporting conflict-free sources and with evidence of a well-established conflict-free minerals supply chain and proper certification, we may consider conflict-free materials from a responsible supplier. While conflict minerals may be present in electronic and manufacturing scrap or waste, once the materials become reclaimed end-user or post-consumer products or scrap processed metals created during product manufacturing, such metals are excluded from the scope of the OECD guidance. Such materials are appropriate to recycle responsibly, to the extent not impermissible under the OECD guidance, rather than such materials being sent to a landfill.

Please let us know if you have any questions or would like additional information on this or any other topics.

    Refinery Sales Office
    550 Old Bordentown Road 396-402 Whitehead Avenue
    Fairless Hills, PA 19030 South River, NJ 08882
    267-316-2000 732-238-8550
    888-9ARMLLC 800-764-9222
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