Lincoln Recycling


  • January 27, 2014  |  Newsroom

    Lincoln Recycling Wins Commitment to Erie Award

    We are pleased to announce that we were recently awarded the Erie Times News 2013 Commitment to Erie award in the small business category. According to the description, the Commitment to Erie award “recognizes an Erie business for being more than just a stable, long-term employer. The winner will be honored for its commitment to […]

  • April 24, 2012  |  Newsroom

    Erie Pickers Searching for Heavy Metals

    Lincoln Recycling was recently featured in an article in the Erie Times-News/ where “not all scrap metal is equal”.  Read the full story on

  • March 27, 2012  |  Newsroom

    A Day Like No Other…the Flight 93 Story

    In 2009, Lincoln Recycling had the unique privilege of assisting with the cleanup of the Flight 93 crash site in Sharpsville, PA. Read the full story below: Lincoln Recycling – Flight 93 story

  • October 23, 2006  |  Newsroom

    Cleanup has great success

    The Fifth Annual Joint Municipal Recycle and Cleanup Day for Platea Borough, Cranesville Borough, Lake City Borough, Elk Creek Township, Girard Township and Springfield Township residents was held on Sept. 23. This year more than 500 households participated. The amounts collected: 101,000 pounds of scrap metal, 7,700 pounds of batteries, 1,700 tires, 130 freon units […]

  • July 2, 2006  |  Newsroom

    Canned Goods

    Skyrocketing scrap metal prices have made fund raising a little easier for the junior high youth group at Erie’s Our Lady of Peace. Prices for the aluminum cans the group collects are at record highs and they added roughly $20 to the check the group got for its most recent collection. “The last two times […]

  • August 1, 2005  |  Newsroom

    Read worthy: Lincoln Metal Processing

    Howard Lincoln, owner of Erie, Pa.-based Lincoln Metal Processing Co. Inc., decided to start National Recycling Services in 1986 to serve the needs of scrap recyclers who were temporarily overwhelmed by material or who couldn’t justify buying a baler. Howard’s National Recycling Services dispatches portable scrap metal baler/loggers as well as trained operators to these […]

  • June 1, 2004  |  Newsroom

    Nation’s Auto Recyclers Remain Optimistic

    Jeremy Lincoln, vice president – purchasing for Erie, Pennsylvania based National Recycling Services, Inc. said, “Volume is definitely way up. Material came out of the woodwork with the spring thaw. Like everyone else, we just couldn’t process fast enough to stay on the high side of the market. But we moved ahead with several capital […]

  • April 2, 2004  |  Newsroom

    Third Generation Lincoln Joins Family Business

    Jeremy Lincoln has joined Lincoln Metal Processing Company, Inc. Jeremy represents the third generation in the 60 year old family metal processing and recycling organization. Jeremy received his Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from the University of Wisconsin in 1996. Upon graduation, Jeremy spent two years as an arbitrage clerk with the Chicago Futures […]

  • October 1, 2002  |  Newsroom

    On the Spot – Recycling Today

    Recycling Today – October 2002 (1.92 MB)