Agmet Metals Inc.

Agmet Metals

7800 Medusa Rd, Bedford, OH 44146 • (440) 439-7400

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AGMET is a leading recycler of metal-bearing industrial products in North America based in Oakwood Village, Ohio, with two plants in the Midwest, offices in California and Florida, and a network of affiliated companies located throughout North America.



AGMET has committed a significant investment in proprietary processes that enable us to apply our Recycle 100® philosophy to ensure virtually no by-product waste, helping our customers comply with regulations and be good stewards of the environment.



Through our proprietary processes we do not generate by-products, slags or wastes that end up in landfills. We help our customers with product stewardship, a philosophy where the environment, health and safety center around the product itself – and everyone takes responsibility for reducing their impact on the environment. That’s AGMET Innovation.



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When you partner with AGMET, you are gaining access to a specialized team of uniquely qualified engineers with deep experience in materials management and industrial waste recycling. Contact us for expert solutions to maximize your process efficiencies and return on investment.

Contact Details

Street Address

7800 Medusa Rd
Bedford, OH 44146
United States

Phone & Fax

P: (440) 439-7400
F: (440) 439-7446

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