The Georgia Recyclers Association strives to keep our members educated on the latest issues facing the recycling industry in Georgia. We do this through providing a compliance guide, frequent updates on industry issues and seminars with law enforcement officials and others.
Georgia Recyclers has compiled an array of documents for your convenience. Download a membership application, the latest Scrap Compliance Guide and more.
2015 Secondary Metals Compliance Guide
- 2015 Secondary Metals Recyclers Compliance Guide
- Secondary Metals Recycler Registration Form
- Sheriff’s Office Contact List & Form
State of Georgia Forms and Guides
- Current Georgia Law (Relevant to Secondary Metals Recyclers)
- Georgia Secretary of State Professional Licensure Search
- Sample Card – Georgia Secretary of State Professional License
- Sample Card – Work Authorization ID
- Georgia Secretary of State Corporations Search
- 2012 Georgia Storm Water Permit
- Storm Water Update for Georgia’s Recycling Industry
- The Georgia Cancellation of Certificate of Title for Scrap Vehicles (MV1SP)
- State of Georgia Vehicle Bill of Sale
The Georgia Recyclers Association (GRA) is the leading organization for Georgia’s recycling industry with more than 50 members statewide. GRA represents the interests of Georgia recyclers before the Georgia General Assembly, Governor’s office, state agencies and others. GRA helps its member companies address the issues most critical to their business operations while also providing them education and networking support. The GRA represents the full spectrum of the recycling industry, including Georgia’s metal, paper, plastic, glass, electronics, rubber and textile recyclers. The industry is dedicated to transforming end-of-life products to create new commodity grade materials that boost local, state, and national economies.
The recycling industry maintains a major presence in Georgia, with an annual economic impact of $3.7 billion and employs nearly 20,000 Georgia citizens with well-paying jobs. The Georgia recycling industry is also a large exporter of goods through the Georgia ports at Savannah and Brunswick.
The value of scrap metal sold in Georgia is created through the capital and job intensive processing operations of the American metal recycling industry that transforms old obsolete materials into commodities that meet the exacting needs of manufacturers worldwide. This not only benefits workers, but also the government. All told, the industry generates over $170 million in tax revenues for Georgia.
– Networking opportunities with other professionals in the recycling industry
– Government Affairs representation before the Georgia General Assembly, Executive Branch and Law Enforcement
–Gary Kamp, Immediate Past President, Metro Alloys
–Chip Koplin, President, Schnitzer Steel Industries Atlanta
–John Tate, Vice President, SA Recycling
–Richard Gates, Secretary/Treasurer, Fortune Metals
–Jeff Farano, SA Recycling
–Steve Levetan, Pull-A-Part
–Rickey Wilkes, Recyclers-R-Resources
–Jeff Cammillarie, Amerigo Metal Recycling
–Colin Kelly, Schnitzer Steel Industries Atlanta