Equitable Metals is dedicated to providing excellence in
precious metal recycling, processing, assaying, and brokering. We believe that maximizing precious metal returns for our customers can only be achieved through trusted partnerships, applied experience and creative thinking. Working together we strive to achieve greater returns throughout the supply chain.

Since its founding, Equitable Metals has been driven by our
core values; honor, trust, and integrity. Together these shape
the culture of our business and the brand promise to our customers and business partners.


We value a high and mutual respect for creating value for our customers and suppliers. We will always strive to better understand your needs and recommend the optimal solution that will benefit your bottom line.

Our practice of open and honest two-way communication has forged the long-term relationships we hold with our business partners.
We speak with confidence and through our experience, always matching our behaviors to our words.

Our reputation is our resume. We are ethically unyielding, reliable and always act with our customers' and suppliers' best interest in mind.

Arthur Sollish

President & Chief Executive Officer

Buddy Sollish is the Chief Executive Officer of Equitable Metals Corporation. In 1964, he became the second generation family owner to lead the business. Buddy forged expanded relationships with other participants in the supply chain including smelters, refiners and mills. Always with a hands-on approach to customer support and operations, he has continuously established new operating methodologies for the business that build on the company commitment to value. In 1978 under Buddy's leadership, Major Metals opened operations at its current location on E. Davison Street
in Detroit.

Email: Arthur@equitablemetals.com

Steve Sollish

Chief Operating Officer

Steve Sollish is President and Chief Operating Officer of Equitable Metals Corporation. Steve joined the business in 1990 and represents the third generation of family ownership in the business. Building upon the core values of honor, trust, and integrity, Steve is responsible for leading all operational and strategic initiatives for Equitable Metals. In 2000, under his leadership the company expanded its premium metal offerings into precious metal recycling, including film recycling with the forming of sister company Equitable Metals Corporation. Steve continues to expand the offerings of the company, with an unwavering focus on creating value through partnerships with customers and suppliers. Steve received his B.A. degree at Michigan State University and his J.D. at the University of Detroit.

Email: Steve@equitablemetals.com

Eric Lusky

Director of Sales & Marketing

Eric Lusky is Sales and Marketing Director for Equitable Metals Corporation. Eric assists customers in maximizing their overall scrap metal returns by introducing the ideal services and processes that will optimize yield. He is experienced in premium scrap metal recycling of non-ferrous and precious metals.

Email: Eric@equitablemetals.com

Our Heritage

For more than 30 years, Equitable Metals has been a preferred partner for precious metal recycling in the medical, industrial manufacturing, and jewelery industries. Equitable Metals provides a wide range of services including processing, assaying, brokering, sorting and grading. With industry knowledge of various waste streams and scrap forms, Equitable Metals can select the right process to maximize profit and produce the best returns for their customers. The company is a sister company to Major Metals and shares the same core values and operating processes.

Major Metals Corporation

Major Metals was established in 1953 by founder Henry Sollish. The brand promise of the company began with exceptional service and reliable delivery of scrap metals from local manufacturers to dealers in the Detroit area. In 1964, Buddy Sollish became the second generation family owner to lead the business. Buddy expanded Major Metals capabilities by forging relationships with smelters, refiners and mills. Core commodities serviced by Major Metals include aluminum, brass, carbide, copper, lead, nickel, stainless steel, tool steel, tin, vacuum alloy and zinc. Typical material forms serviced include premium metal alloys used in manufactured products or in the manufacturing process.