American Zinc Products is proud to be a part of the Carolinas, now and in the future.

Our goal is to be part of the fabric of the community through positive interaction and involvement. We will support and encourage employees to volunteer and be involved in the community where they live and work. We are committed to growing and educating the workforce across the region through education partnerships and opportunities.

American Zinc Products seeks to foster open and transparent dialogue with the community about our work and who we are. We want to be a great place to work and a great asset to our communities.

We are here to stay and grow.

Clark Poole, Executive Director
Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce

Cleveland County Schools Science Teacher Named AZP Kenan Fellow

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MOORESBORO, N.C. – Beverly Owens, a chemistry teacher at Cleveland Early College High School, has been named a 2021-22 Kenan Fellow. Her fellowship was made possible through a partnership between…

American Zinc Products Expands Product Offerings Through Successful Production of Continuous Galvanizing Grade Zinc

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Pittsburgh, PA., April 20, 2021 – American Zinc Products (AZP), a subsidiary of American Zinc Recycling LLC, has successfully completed two industrial-scale trials for the production of Continuous Galvanizing Grade…

AZP Supports Construction of THE FACTORY

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RUTHERFORDTON, March 25, 2021 – KidSenses Children’s Interactive Museum received a generous contribution from American Zinc Products to help complete Phase 2 construction of The FACTORY – A Place to Meet and Make. When completed, The FACTORY, KidSenses Children’s Museum, and Discovery…

Habitat for Humanity Welcomes AZP as the First Group of Volunteers Since COVID-19

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SPINDALE, NC — With Habitat for Humanity working on its 83rd house, employees at American Zinc Products recently provided assistance toward its construction. On March 13th, employees of American Zinc…
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