Pea Ridge Recycling Announces Payment For Metal Materials

Construction Landfill Expands Green Efforts Through Buying and Repurposing Scrap Metal

OXFORD, Miss. — (Feb. 17, 2022) Today, Pea Ridge Recycling, subsidiary of Trinity Business Group,
has announced that it has extended its services to include a fully operational scrap metal recycling
facility that will pay those who bring in scrap materials.

Pea Ridge Recycling is a Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality Certified Class 1
Rubbish Site (Construction and Demolition Debris Landfill) located in Oxford, MS. Offering
recycling solutions for cardboard, plastic, metal, wood, green waste, concrete, asphalt, and more,
the landfill strives to provide economical solutions for customers’ waste needs. The scrap metal
arm of the business is expected to boost conservation efforts as it will now receive, sort, transport,
and recycle metals.

“We are constantly seeking ways to not only help the environment, but also our local economy,”
said Jay Luna, President of Pea Ridge Recycling. “Scrap metal recycling is one of the most
responsible ways we can use our resources; so, this addition was a natural fit for us.”

The scrap metal recycling services will provide the opportunity for anyone—not just construction
and demolition professionals— in North Mississippi to get paid for unwanted metal.

“We’ve always been a business that is determined to minimize waste and maximize resources,“
continued Luna. “We are excited to be expanding our company in a strategic and intentional way,
that will hopefully reflect our commitment to being good stewards of the areas that we serve.

For any commercial business or individual interested in learning more about getting paid for
scrap metal, please reach out directly to 662-801-2017. The Pea Ridge scrap metal recycling
operation in located at 32 PR 3067, Oxford, MS, 38655.

About Pea Ridge Recycling
Pea Ridge Recycling is a subsidiary of Trinity Business Group— a family-owned, privately-held holding company which includes a diverse portfolio of wholly-owned businesses throughout the Southeast. Industries of interest include waste and recycling services, real estate, commercial and residential construction, and mitigation banking. To learn more, visit