About Our Company
Founded in 1961, Huron Valley Steel originally recycled and processed rejected and low grades of ferrous scrap material and converted it into pig iron. As market conditions changed and technology evolved, the Company saw the opportunity to process and separate non-ferrous metals derived from automobile shredders.
Today, Huron Valley Steel processes close to a billion pounds of non-ferrous material generated by automobile shredder operators on an annual basis. The metals recovered include aluminum, copper, brass, zinc and stainless steel. This metal, which in the past was sent to landfills, provides an economical alternative to extracting and processing metal bearing ores.
Headquartered in Trenton, Michigan, Huron Valley Steel operates recovery and recycling facilities in Belleville, Michigan and Anniston, Alabama, both of which are ISO 9001:2015 certified. It also has a joint-venture operation with Fritz Enterprises, Inc., HVF West, located in Tucson, Arizona.
What We Do
process close to a billion pounds of non-ferrous material from automobile shredder operators on an annual basis.
to extracting and processing metal bearing ores that were in the past sent to landfills.