Audubon Metals provides innovative separation and refinement solutions to our customers.
We deliver high quality metal units in whatever specification and form the marketplace requires.
By recycling the past, we help build products for the future.
This is the uniqueness of Audubon Metals.
Audubon Metals, located in Henderson, KY and Corsicana, TX, is owned by an affiliate of Koch Enterprises Inc., headquartered in Evansville, Indiana. We are the only heavy media separator and secondary specification aluminum alloy producer under one roof in the United States.
Our story started in 1996 as a single furnace operation that has since grown to a multi-site, seven furnace operation which processes and recycles over a half a billion pounds of non-ferrous scrap metals per year.
In our system, automobile shredder residue (Zorba) is processed, dried, melted, alloyed to customer specification and delivered to diecasters within the domestic and international markets. With the contributions of our raw material, our end-use market partners and an efficient internal operational process, Audubon Metals has accelerated the recycling process of automobile shredder residue into new secondary aluminum alloy castings. In our estimation, it takes an average of 42 days from the time that an automobile is first shredded, to the time a new aluminum casting is shipped.