Back in 2015, Trademark Metals Recycling, LLC (TMR) partnered with Shriners Hospitals for Children in Tampa. As a result of the partnership, TMR is donating to Shriners Hospital the proceeds from aluminum cans brought in to any one of their seven participating Tampa area locations.
To qualify your cans for donation, simply mention Shriners Hospital, and in addition to the proceeds being sent to the hospital, TMR will contribute an extra 50% to the hospital through the program. So, recycle for a cause and help the hospital at the same time. Bring your cans to TMR, mention the hospital and know that the children will benefit from your generosity.
Shriners Hospitals for Children in Tampa was built in 1985. They have served thousands of children in need of specialty care. They focus on providing every child with high quality care and attention. Any donations they receive directly benefit the pediatric patients at their facility.
TMR has 22 scrap metal recycling locations in Florida and is the largest full service scrap metal recycler in the state, buying end-of-life automobiles and scrap metal in all shapes, sizes, weights and ages, and recyclers thousands of tons of metal a month. And, recently, TMR has started accepting electronic scrap as well, check out their web-site for the electronics scrap items TMR is now purchasing.
TMR is committed to providing value to their customers, being a good environmental steward, and partnering with great causes in the community, like Shriners Hospital for Children!
The company is owned by The David J. Joseph Company (DJJ) which is the largest purchaser of ferrous scrap in North America.
Be sure to visit TMR’s website to learn more! Find a location near you and donate your aluminum cans to the Shriners Hospitals for Children today!
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