FW Cox Metals Ltd are Buckinghamshires leading metal recycling Centre and Breakers Yard. We are family owned with great heritage.
Our core business is the recycling of scrap metal from a range of sources such as End Of Life Vehicles, consumer products, industry, construction and demolition. This results in sales of recycled commodities of around 10 million tonnes a year.
We have extensive ferrous and non-ferrous operations worldwide and produce over 100 grades of high quality recycled materials which are taken to market by our substantial road network.
FW Cox Metals Ltd is a reliable and financially robust market leader which is demonstrated by the fact that we continue to grow even in difficult economic conditions.
We maintain our position at the forefront of the industry integrity and strong family values whether you’re selling to us or buying from us and strive to provide the best service possible.. We are also committed to corporate social responsibility, to our workforce, local communities, our customers and the environment.
We work with and sponsor our local communities providing financial support on an individual basis. What’s more, as the city grows we grow, and we continue to provide for local communities, sometimes directly and sometimes indirectly, You can find our Banner In MK Dons Football Stadium and we are proud sponsors of a local youth football team City Colts U13 Lions
The Government imposed cash ban across the metal recycling industry now covers England and Wales and will launch in Scotland on the 1st September 2016. This means that cash can no longer be paid for scrap metal. To minimise the impact of this, FW Cox Metals Ltd is offering a number of alternative methods of payment.
– Faster pay transfer into a bank account
– Cheque payment
The change from cash to other payment methods means that we need to check and take copies of your ID when you first set up your account. Please bring the following with you on your every visit:
– Photo ID (driving licence or passport)
– Proof of address, no more than three months old (such as a utility bill or council tax bill)