River Metals Recycling Recognizes Louisville Couple’s Community Impact George and Karen Howe are avid University of Louisville fans who have a real passion for the environment and for helping members of the community in need.  Since March 1990, George and Karen...

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The David J. Joseph Company’s Scrap Showdown

Vote on your favorite sculpture created from recycled scrap metal from River Metals Recycling’s Newport, Kentucky facility! Check out the 2016 Greater Cincinnati Earth Day Celebration at Sawyer point and enjoy free admission, live music, petting farm, face painting,...

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River Metals Recycling Owensboro Sponsors Bluegrass Honor Flight

River Metals Recycling’s (RMR) Owensboro, Kentucky facility contributed to flights to Honor Flight Network, which honors America’s Veterans - - especially WWII Vets - - for all their sacrifices.   The organization coordinates flights taking Veterans to Washington DC...

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Earth Day 2015: DJJ’s Scrap Showdown

Calling all artists and metal workers! Applications are now available for the DJJ Scrap Showdown. The theme of the contest is "Cincinnaturally". Competing teams will collect scrap at RMR Newport on March 21st; then have two weeks to bring their vision to life. Artists...

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RMR Greensburg Achieves INSHARP Workplace Safety Recognition

River Metals Recycling’s (RMR) Greensburg, IN facility was recently recognized as an Indiana Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (INSHARP) location. INSHARP businesses are proven workplace safety and health leaders. “River Metals Recycling demonstrates a...

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River Metals Recycling Newport Kentucky Hosts USAR

On May 23, 2014, River Metals Recycling (RMR) Newport hosted the Cincinnati Fire and EMS Heavy Rescue members of the task force called the Urban Search and Rescue (USAR).  RMR Newport provided a few automobiles and a school bus for Jaws of Life training. Over two...

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River Metals Recycling Xenia Donation Helps Save Lives

On April 18 and 19, 2014, the Xenia Township Fire Department conducted live fire training at an acquired resident in Xenia.  Prior to the training, River Metals Recycling Xenia donated building materials to reinforce the interior rooms for firefighting activities.  56...

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River Metals Recycling Donates Wheelchair Ramp

River Metals Recycling’s 1951 State Avenue Cincinnati facility staff heard WLWT’s story about D.J. Martin - -  a local 9 year old Price Hill resident who had his wheelchair ramp stolen on February 27, and quickly responded by donating a folding ramp on February 28 to...

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River Metals Recycling Sponsors Aiden’s Legacy Campaign

On December 14, 2013 River Metals Recycling (RMR) Louisville sponsored “Holiday Candy Land:  Larger than Cancer!” to help raise awareness for Aiden’s Legacy. The Aiden’s Legacy mission is to help children with cancer forget about chemotherapy and other treatments by...

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River Metals Recycling Xenia Hosts Customer Appreciation Day

On Tuesday, September 10, from 11 am – 2 pm, River Metals Recycling (RMR) hosted a Customer Appreciation Day.  RMR offered grilled hamburgers, hotdogs, soft drinks and more to show appreciation to over 125 of their loyal customers.Luis Menendez, Supervisor at the...

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RMR Greensburg Hosts Batesville YMCA Summer Campers

River Metals Recycling Greensburg Hosts Batesville YMCA Summer Campers On July 17, 2013 a group of Batesville YMCA summer campers visited River Metals Recycling's (RMR) Greensburg, IN recycling facility. The YMCA students were celebrating “green week”, and what better...

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River Metals Recycling Expands Louisville

On April 15, 2011, River Metals Recycling (RMR) celebrated the grand opening of its newly expanded scrap metal recycling plant at 2045 River Road.  The facility offers an additional four paved acres for customers to recycle any ferrous or nonferrous scrap metal.   The...

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River Metals Recycling Purchases Xenia Iron & Metal, Inc.

On July 2, 2007, River Metals Recycling (RMR) purchased the assets and business of Xenia Iron & Metal. The Xenia Ohio yard, founded in 1917, is located 60 miles north of Cincinnati.  Xenia also operates Greensburg Recycling Inc., a scrap yard in Indiana. River...

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River Metals Recycling Purchases Louisville Scrap

River Metals Recycling  (RMR), a wholly owned venture of the Cincinnati,  Ohio based David  J.  Joseph Company,  finalized  its  acquisition  of  the  assets  of  Progress  Rail's Louisville  Scrap  Material  (LSM) Division  on  November  19,  2001. ...

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Joseph Closes On Louisville Yard Acquisitions

The David J. Joseph Company (DJJ), Cincinnati, finalized its acquisition of Klempner Brothers from theKlempner family and River City Shredding and River City Baling, two facilities which were jointly owned bythe Klempners and the David Blue family....

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