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About the Chicago Chapter

Northeast Illinois to the Wisconsin line east to the Indiana line south to state route 36. The Illinois western line starts at Springfield, I-155 north to I-74 to I-80, continuing north on Iowa State Rt.61 from Davenport to Dubuque.

The Chicago Chapter is a chapter of the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI).  ISRI is a Washington, DC-based trade association representing more than 1,600 for-profit companies – ranging from small, family-owned businesses to large, multi-national corporations -- operating at more than 3,500 facilities in the United States and 34 countries worldwide.

The Chicago Chapter helps to connect recyclers, consumers and equipment and service providers in the area with local news and with periodic meetings and events designed to strengthen business locally. Our chapter also works to advocate for the best interests of our industry at the local and national levels. Our meetings and social events are held to bring members of the industry together in an environment in which they can learn and help one another while having a good time.  It is no exaggeration to say that many ISRI members’ closest business relationships began at the chapter level.  Please contact any of our leaders listed below to find out more about our chapter, we would love to speak with you.

Upcoming Events

Board of Directors

Chapter President Gaby Iron & Metal Co (708) 755-1930
Treasurer Redline Metals Inc (630) 932-3151
Secretary Redline Metals Inc (630) 932-3151
Membership Chair Cronimet Corp (773) 933-2900
Legislative Chair Sims Metal Management-96th St Facility (773) 650-6495
Past President Midwest Industrial Metals Corp (312) 656-3848
Chapter Board Member All American Recycling (815) 722-0200

Chapter Fly-In

Come to Washington, DC and lend your voice for the scrap recycling industry. ISRI will assist in preparing you to be an effective and confident advocate. Each chapter is invited to arrange their own fly-in during the year.

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