Scrapyard feels victimized in wake of thefts
Nov 17, 2011 | 04:15 PM
| Lisa Gordon
PITTSBURGH A Pennsylvania recycler says hes growing increasingly frustrated with the way scrapyards are unfairly associated with metals theft when its the yards themselves that are often the victims.
"I am tired of reading about shady scrapyards when we are the victims. We are painted in the wrong light," Gerald Suprick, president of Scranton, Pa.-based Mikes Scrap Recycling, told AMM. ....
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