We specialize in the safe and efficient recycling of items that contain carbide, such as cutting tools, inserts, wear parts, and more. With our expertise and state-of-the-art recycling processes, we ensure that carbide materials are handled responsibly, minimizing waste and maximizing your bottom line.

Carbide Recycling: We'll Help You Build Your Bottom Line

We make recycling and selling your scrap carbide easy and profitable. Our state-of-the-art scales and scanners provide you with accurate weights and composite analysis for accurate pricing.

Benefits of Carbide Recycling

Carbide is one of the few materials that can be recycled repeatedly without any loss of performance. As well as helping to satisfy the annual demand for carbide, recycling conserves valuable natural resources, saves energy, and reduces CO2 emissions.

Carbide Recycling: We'll Come to You

As a full-service scrap metal recycler, we provide free consultations to help you identify the best opportunities and value for your scrap carbide.

Carbide Recycling Pricing

Supply chain issues increased manufacturing demand and strong growth in emerging economies has led to significantly higher carbide demand and prices. Contact Us for current pricing.


Common items that Contain Carbide

Here are ten industrial items that commonly contain carbide and can be recycled:

  1. Cutting Tools: Carbide cutting tools, such as drills, end mills, reamers, and inserts, are widely used in various industries and can be recycled for their carbide content.
  2. Wear Parts: Industrial wear parts, such as carbide wear plates, bushings, nozzles, and tips, often contain carbide and can be recycled to recover valuable carbide resources.
  3. Mining Tools: Carbide is commonly used in mining tools like drill bits, picks, and teeth. Recycling these items helps recover the carbide and reduce the need for new material extraction.
  4. Wire Drawing Dies: Carbide wire drawing dies used in the wire and cable industry can be recycled to recover the carbide and reduce waste.
  5. Indexable Inserts: Indexable inserts, which are used in machining operations for turning, milling, and threading, contain carbide and can be recycled for their carbide content.
  6. Saw Blades: Carbide-tipped saw blades used in woodworking, metalworking, and construction industries can be recycled to recover the carbide and minimize waste.
  7. Punches and Dies: Carbide punches and dies used in stamping and metal forming processes can be recycled to extract the valuable carbide material.
  8. Rotary Burrs: Carbide rotary burrs, commonly used for shaping and deburring in metalworking applications, can be recycled for their carbide content.
  9. Tungsten Carbide Rings: Tungsten carbide rings, often used in mechanical seals and cutting equipment, can be recycled to recover the valuable carbide material.
  10. Ball Bearings: Some types of ball bearings, particularly those used in high-performance applications, may contain carbide. These bearings can be recycled to extract the carbide and other valuable materials.


We know that our customers are the only reason we’re in business. That’s why we treat you with respect, display integrity in every aspect of business, and work to make scrap metal recycling convenient, viable, and sustainable. Flexibility and responsiveness to our customers is how we do business.