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Metal-shredding scrap company growing in region, across N.Y.

Metal is sorted at the Ben Weitsman of Albany scrap yard, where Upstate Shredding will build a new metal shredder on Thursday, January 16, 2014.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Metal is sorted at the Ben Weitsman of Albany scrap yard, where Upstate Shredding will build a new metal shredder on Thursday, January 16, 2014.
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Adam Weitsman, 45, has built an empire out of metal. The largest privately owned scrap metal processing and recycling operation on the East Coast, Upstate Shredding has its headquarters in Owego, where Weitsman grew up. Weitsman has been in the metal-shredding business for years, but now his business has expanded to the Capital Region. In 1938, Weitsman’s grandfather founded Ben Weitsman & Son Inc., Upstate Shredding’s sister company. The business was taken over by Weitsman’s ...


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