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Family owned and operated – Leader in the Florida’s recycling industry

Serving Southwest Florida for Twenty Years

Incorporated in 1992, Allied Recycling is a full service metal recycling company based in Fort Myers and serving Southwest Florida. Since its inception, Allied Recycling has become one of the leading metal recycling organizations in South Florida, providing invaluable services to builders, commercial businesses, and local residents. Known for offering superior value, Allied continues to develop and expand its products and services to meet the needs of a growing and changing customer base.

Our Mission

Allied Recycling, Inc. is dedicated to supplying total solution recycling services for South Florida industries and residents of Fort Myers and the following counties: Lee County, Charlotte County, Collier County, and Hendry County. We are a benchmark organization committed to providing quality service and meeting the needs of our customers.


Allied Recycling, Inc. operates three metal recycling yards in Southwest Florida; two in Fort Myers and one in Charlotte County. Allied headquarters are located at our Fort Myers facility on Veronica S. Shoemaker Blvd.


Allied Recycling, Inc. is a full service recycler of valuable commodities.

We provide:

  • Scrap Metal Recycling (Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Materials)
  • Construction Recycling
  • Cardboard Recycling
  • Roll-off Container Service
  • Material Recovery
  • Waste Reclamation
  • Roll-off Trucks
  • Tractors & Trailers


Allied Recycling is affiliated with the following local and national metal recycling and builders associations:

ISRI (Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries)

FHBA (Florida Home Builders Association)

NAHB (National Association of Home Builders)

CBCA (Charlotte Builders & Contractors Association)

CMRA (Construction Materials Recycling Association)

LBIA (Lee Building Industry Association)


If you would like to learn more about our company, contact Allied metal recycling headquarters in Fort Myers today.