Trademark Metals Recycling (TMR) is proud to partner with the Ronald McDonald House (RMHC) of Central Florida for this year’s Ronald McDonald House Pull Tab fundraiser. As a partner, TMR recycled aluminum pull tabs collected by local schools at its Central Florida facilities then matched the $1,500 proceeds, contributing a total of $3,000 to The Ronald McDonald House.


Pictured left to right: Kevin Dunn, TMR Facility Manager – Orlando; Todd Gilmore, TMR Buyer – Riviera; Meredith Bekemeyer – Development Manager – Ronald McDonald House; Patty Sheehan – District 4 Commissioner.

Each year, seven million children and families are served by RMHC, giving more families a comfortable place to stay during a difficult time while their children are obtaining medical services.

Since its founding in 1998, Trademark Metals Recycling’s philosophy has always been based on a sense of community, both in terms of our role as a leader in scrap metal recycling – – helping to preserve and protect the environment – – and philanthropy. Jim Becker, President of Trademark Metals Recycling commented, “The TMR culture of being good neighbors in the communities in which we do business and giving back remains part of TMR today. Involvement with the Ronald McDonald House is just one example of this tradition.”
With 28 scrap metal recycling locations in Florida and Georgia, TMR buys common household ferrous and nonferrous scrap metal items like appliances, sheet metal, automobiles, aluminum cans and other aluminum, copper and brass products. TMR is the largest full service scrap metals recycler in Florida and is wholly owned by The David J. Joseph Company (DJJ). DJJ is a subsidiary of Nucor Corporation, the largest purchaser of ferrous scrap in North America.