Newell Recycling of San Antonio LP and The David J. Joseph Company (DJJ) of Cincinnati have announced the formation of a new scrap processing company, comprised of the operations of Newell’s Everglades Recycling in Opa Locka and Port Everglades in Ft. Lauderdale, DJJ’s Tampa and West Palm Beach processing facilities, and the Yorke Doliner facilities in Daytona Beach, Cocoa, and Port Canaveral, Florida. The new company, named Trademark Metals Recycling, LLC, is headquartered in Tampa, Florida.

Tom Baker, President of Newell of San Antonio, is the President and General Manager of Trademark Metals Recycling, LLC. Ron Laker is the Commercial Vice President, Greg Oelrich is the Financial Vice President, and four senior operating managers include Dan Bonivich, Tim Brose, Carl Coghlan, and Mark Jolly. Trademark Metals will continue the operation of the seven Florida facilities.

Newell Recycling has been processing ferrous and nonferrous scrap in the U.S. for more than 50 years. The David J. Joseph Company was founded in 1885 and operates International and Transportation Services Divisions in addition to its ferrous and nonferrous scrap activities, which include processing, brokerage, and providing scrap management services to steel mills. The Joseph Company is headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, and is owned by SHV N.V., of Utrecht, The Netherlands.