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About Us

Two people talking while one is seated on a forklift in a Phoenix Group Metals' warehouse.

In February 1998, in acknowledgement of the need for trustworthy scrap metals recycling in the Phoenix metropolitan area, Jay Robie engaged in the buying and selling of scrap metals. Word spread quickly of its honesty and integrity and it was not long before the company achieved notable success.

Bales of electrical waste piled up infromt of a rooloff container with a bobcat sitting nearby, while a forklift is moving a gaylord filled box.

It was not long before Jay began accepting electronics recycling (E waste) in an effort to answer the growing necessity for an outlet by which to dispose of outdated technologies. In 2001, Jay purchased the company’s first building and began recycling both ferrous and non-ferrous materials. In the subsequent year, the first roll-off truck was purchased, and the recycling of scrap steel began.

Shortly thereafter, we began purchasing catalytic converters and selling them to processing facilities. In 2003, we started decanning and processing our own catalytic converters, becoming the only catalytic converter decanner in the state of Arizona.

Analysits working inside the Phoenix Group Metals' Catalytic Converter Assay Lab

What began as an idea to help the environment through the recycling of scrap metals became a catalyst by which automotive recyclers can become educated and empowered. Through his willingness to share his knowledge, practices and experience with others in the industry, Jay Robie has made Phoenix Group Metals the success it has now become, and forever changed the face of recycling by continually championing education, integrity, partnerships and innovation.

Today, Phoenix Group Metals has grown to employ a staff of more than 45 and enjoys a market as far-reaching as Europe and South America.