For decades, the Donjon Recycling facility on Arthur Kill Road has been a Staten Island landmark. 
As World War II drew to a close, a large number of seagoing vessels were retired from service and slated for dismantling and salvage.  Donjon’s facility has grown from that heritage.

witte b&w photoNeeds have changed over the decades, and Donjon’s capabilities have expanded to answer those needs. The Staten Island facility now offers full-service ferrous and non-ferrous scrap metal capabilities.

In 2007, Donjon Recycling also expanded to a second location in Dover, New Jersey, taking over the former Conca & Maviglia (C&M) Metals facility.  In Dover as in Staten Island, Donjon offers both full-service scrap metal recycling for both homeowners and businesses.

In addition, Donjon has now expanded to feature a wholesale trade division in which we act as a clearinghouse for a network of other dealer facilities to both domestic and international markets.

Much has changed over the decades, as Donjon now recycles items that hadn’t been dreamed of when the salvage facility was first opened.

From scrap metal to appliances, Donjon remains committed to safe, environmentally responsible recycling.  Whatever your recycling needs, you can be sure that your materials will be handled safely and in compliance with all local and state regulations.

At Donjon Recycling, we combine decades of history with cutting-edge processes to answer the most current needs. For your personal or business recycling, trust Donjon Recycling.