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Waste management companies have become limited as they place more restrictions on the items they’ll handle. At times, customers will need to deal with items that won’t be picked up by the local waste management agency. In these situations, locals can take advantage of our scrap meta recycling services.

With our straightforward, transparent prices, the customer will never have to worry about hidden fees.

Why Hire Alternative Recycling Service Providers?

The most common reason for not recycling is that it is a hassle. Unfortunately, some consumers do not see the point so they’re going to end up harming the environment. A lack of recycling knowledge is a serious problem. We are always avid proponents of recycling because we want the planet to be beautiful for many generations to come.

We’ve made the practice of recycling scrap metal easier than ever before.

Pricing Scales Based On Metal Volume

We understand that our clients are worried about the cost of our services. Consumers are cutting back due to inflation and ongoing financial difficulties. Nevertheless, locals can rest comfortably knowing that our company strives to accommodate all budgets. Above all else, we believe in being honest and transparent.

We would never use nefarious methods to increase our profits. In other words, our company will not use hidden fees. The price we quote the customer is the price they’ll pay after we’ve removed their scrap metal. Since our quotes are obligation free, the customer can shop around before agreeing to work with us.

How Can Scrap Metal Be Recycled? 

First and foremost, most metals can be recycled. Before this is possible, the metals may need to be separated from other materials. Regardless, most can be sent to the same recycling center. It is essential to contact the recycling center ahead of your visit because it may or may not accept your metals.

By using your imagination, you can find ways to reuse your old metal cans and containers. A good example would be reusing metal coffee containers and canned food tins. They can be used for everything from growing plants to holding nuts and bolts. Small canned food containers can be transformed into watering cans.

Broken metal appliances or most broken metals can be recycled as well. Even if the metal has jagged edges, it may still be possible to recycle it. The metal will be melted down before it is processed and reused.

Hauling scrap metal to a recycling center can pay for itself. Some of these establishments pay people to bring in their scrap metals. The issue is that the customer will have to take time out of their day to take the metal to a nearby recycling center. It may not be worth it.

What About Recycling Bins?

The waste management industry has made many great strides in simplifying recycling practices. Many customers receive blue bins for their recyclables. The bin will be set out weekly with the general household waste so these items can be taken to a nearby recycling center.

Although this is helpful, there are limitations as to what can be recycled this way. Typically, only household items can be placed in blue recycling bins. Food and drink metals, sweet tins, cake tins, foil trays, aluminum wrapping foil, pet food tins, and other similar metals can be placed inside these bins for later recycling.

Unfortunately, some scrap metals cannot be placed in the recycling bin. Instead, these metals will have to be dealt with separately. If someone returns home and finds the blue bin full of leftover metal, there is a good chance these items were left for a reason. Find another way to dispose of them.

What Cannot Be Recycled?

Although the majority of metals can be responsibly recycled, there are plenty that cannot be. Knowing what can and cannot be recycled is imperative. Below, readers will find out more about the items that cannot be recycled.

  • Lead, which is usually found in old TVs, cannot be recycled
  • Plutonium and uranium cannot be recycled
  • Mercury is highly dangerous and most commonly associated with fluorescent products
  • Motor oil needs to be taken to an automotive retailer or repair shop
  • Paint cans contain metal that can’t be recycled
  • Propane tanks are another item that can’t be recycled
  • Some metal car parts but not all can be responsibly recycled

Why Metal Recycling Is Important 

Metal is an essential component of streets, bridges, and tunnels. If these materials cannot be obtained through scrap metals, they are extracted from the earth via mining.

Mining not only depletes the earth’s natural resources, but it’s an extremely dangerous working environment. In addition to this, mining is going to be much harsher on the environment. Once the necessary components are mined, they’re going to be processed causing more environmental damage.

Recycling is a more responsible way of obtaining the needed materials. When possible, all consumers are strongly encouraged to recycle their scrap metals.

The Types Of Scrap Metal We Recycle And How It Works

Our company aims to make scrap metal recycling as quick and convenient as possible. It may be a hassle when doing it on your own or working with lesser service providers. However, this is no longer necessary because our services are available in your area and we’re eager to help you resolve this issue. Our technicians are willing to go the extra mile to help.

Since we offer comprehensive services, we’re going to handle each step of the scrap metal recycling process for our clients. We’ll reach their home, take their metal, clean up our mess, and take the metal to an appropriate recycling center. Locals are urged to call today to find out more about our services and prices.

  • Steel Metal Recycling – Steel is not only the most common metal our technicians encounter, but it’s the most recycled metal in the world. This likely has something to do with this metal’s versatility. Surprisingly, recycled steel is used in everything from common construction materials to packaging and many industrial supplies.
  • Cast Iron Recycling – Cast iron is an extremely recognizable metal that is used regularly in skillets and stoves. Despite the metal’s wide use, many don’t realize that it can be recycled.
  • Aluminum Recycling – Thanks to soda cans and common canned food, aluminum is second only to steel when it comes to recycling. Given the wide presence of this material, aluminum should be the most recycled metal. This further proves the need for more awareness.
  • Tin Recycling – Tin is sometimes mistaken as aluminum. Soft tin metal is the most common form of this scrap metal that our experts deal with. Tin is present in a variety of products, including bubblegum packaging, drinking containers, and many cooking utensils.
  • Some other common scrap metals that can be recycled include brass, copper, lead, zinc, and nickel.

Residents in our service area can guarantee that we’ll deal with these items for them.

Signing Up For Our Services

  • We strongly urge locals to call to schedule an appointment with our metal recycling specialists.
  • We’ll call the client’s home when we’re half an hour away.
  • The client will be given a free quote based on the volume of metal they are recycling.
  • Your scrap metal can be removed from your home.

If you have any other junk removal issues please check out other services.

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