Welcome to Rose

The U.S. scrap recycling industry is not only a thriving economic engine, but also a pivotal player in environmental protection, resource conservation and sustainability. The industry recycled more than 145 million tons of materials in 2013, transforming outdated or obsolete scrap into useful raw materials needed to produce new products. Metallic asset recovery is a $130 billion industry in the United States that annually transforms more than 200 million tons of obsolete materials and equipment from consumers, businesses, and manufacturers into useful raw materials that are essential to the manufacturing of new products. And the industry won’t be slowing down. For example, 6,500 offshore rigs are expected to be decommissioned by 2025.

Asset recovery reduces greenhouse gas emissions by significantly saving the amount of energy needed to manufacture the products that we buy, build and use every day. But for an industry that has been around since before the Bronze Age, it is still largely unknown as to how it works and who does what in the asset recovery process.”

We often speak about “Connecting you to clear and clean profits.” Let us tell you what we mean by that:

  • Our client’s asset recovery process typically involves assets that have been scrapped and cleared off of the books.
  • The reference toward clean is twofold:
    • Rose addresses the issues concerning liability, sustainability and the environment.
    • The mysteries surrounding the metal recovery industry have been swept away.”
Below is the typical scrap metal process map and how Rose bridges the gap between the asset owner and the mill.

Original Asset Owner
Original Asset Owner

Refinery, Operator, Government Entity, Etc

General Contractor
General Contractor

Engineering or construction company

Demolition Contractor
Demolition Contractor

Qualified to work inside the fence line

Small Mobile Scrap Processors
Small Mobile Scrap Processors

Minimal qualifications but lower cost

Fixed Facility Scrap Processors
Fixed Facility Scrap Processors

Buy, transport and process scrap

Mill
Mill

Final stop in the process

Rose manages all aspects of what is required to get an organization’s metal to market profitably, safely and efficiently.

Original Asset Owner
Original Asset Owner

Refinery, Operator, Government Entity, Etc


The Rose Difference
Mill
Mill

Final stop in the process

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“The Rose business model is a paradigm shift from the historical norm. We are different for a reason. Rose will never be a buyer, transporter or processor because doing so would create an automatic conflict of interest with our clients.”