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Scrap metal is an excellent resource for junk collectors. It can be sold for a substantial amount at many recycling centers. Recycling scrap metal is a green recycling method. Repairs to your home, automobiles, and construction projects always end with junk. Old wood, drywall, furniture and faucets, bathroom toiletries and light fixtures and grills, outdoor furniture and toys, and automotive parts in stock are only some examples.
Most municipal waste collection centers and waste transfer services don’t take scrap metal. Most commercial and residential garbage collection services won’t take scrap metal. The only alternative is to contact our junk removal specialists. We are experts in scrap metal pick-up and recycling services.
Scrap Metal Collection
Our team of scrap metal removal employs Personal Protection Equipment “PPE” to protect themselves from exposure to hazardous chemicals. Old parts of cars such as heating and air conditioning components, natural gas pipes, pieces of farm equipment, electrical wiring, drop edges, and environmentally harmful chemicals could contaminate industrial functions.
Scrap Metal Recycling
The majority of scrap metal is accepted to be recycled. When we arrive at the client’s home or workplace, we examine the scrap metal and determine if it is suitable for recycling. Every scrap piece is thoroughly examined. There are two piles we use to collect the scrap metal. One for recyclables and one for non-recyclables.
Recyclable scrap metal is shipped to a certified recycling facility, where it’s removed according to Environmental Protection Agency “EPA” guidelines.
Aluminum Scrap Metal Recycling
Scrap metal made from aluminum, such as pop cans, bike frames, brads, and faucets, sinks windows, electronics and pots and pans, automobile rims and vehicle wheels, mailboxes, and ladders popular than copper, steel, and brass. Scrap aluminum is accepted in most recycling centers.
Brass Scrap Metal Recycling
Some examples of scrap brass metal are pipes (shutoff values gas fixtures, shutoff valves, and couplings) pipes, radiators and kitchen and bathroom fixtures and brads and screws, casings for firearm cartridges and musical instruments, furniture, fencing, marine hardware, door handle, as well as kitchen handle for cabinets.
Cast Iron Scrap Metal Recycling
The cast iron metal is heavy metallic used to create a range of kitchen sinks, cookware, pipes, wood stoves, electrical fittings, automotive components, hand tools, barbecue grill components, and drums for tractors brakes. Although cast iron scrap is not as common as the likes of tin and aluminum, however, it has the potential to be recycled. Unfortunately, it is a hefty metal. A heap of cast iron scraps will require a lot of workforce and equipment to collect the garbage, transport it, and drop it off at a recycling center.
Copper Scrap Metal Recycling
Copper is a pricey kind of metal. It is not as costly as gold; copper prices continue to rise. Copper pipes and electrical wiring pots and pans, automobile radiators, jewelry, natural gas fittings, and tools. Copper scrap can fetch a large sum at the majority of recycling facilities.
Steel Scrap Metal Recycling
Pipes made of steel, automobile parts bridges, hand-tools, cutting tools (knives), surgical instruments and appliances, screws, soup cans, brads shopping carts, and oxygen tanks are durable and last long. But, there will come an occasion when these metal components require replacement.
Scrap metal removal from steel is a challenge because it is cumbersome. The bigger the steel heap of scrap metal, the more significant labor is required to remove it and then transport it to a recycling center in the local area.
Lead Scrap Metal Recycling
Lead is a kind of metal that is approved for recycling. It is used in automotive batteries, disposal batteries weights, plumbing pipes, weights, and ammunition production. We will collect the lead scrap on your home and dispose of it by the EPA guidelines.
Zinc Scrap Metal Recycling
Nickel Scrap Metal Recycling
Legal Scrap Metal Disposal
The majority of products made from metal can be recycled. Scrap metal can be recycled for as long as it is in existence. Scrap metal that is recycled can be used to make automobiles and mobile phones, outdoor playground furniture and toys for kids, pipework, kitchen and bathroom fixtures, appliances, building, and many other essential things.
The majority of municipal recycling facilities accept scrap metal. The reward is cash. Recycling scrap metal has become very popular worldwide since it helps protect the environment by reducing waste disposal in landfills.
No scrap metal pile is too big or tiny for the junk removal team to handle. Get your free consultation with us for recycling scrap metal now. We’ll begin aiding you in improving your home’s curb appeal and reducing greenhouse emissions.
Unapproved Recycling Scrap Metals
- Paints based on lead
- Propane tanks
- Mercury is used in the manufacture of fluorescent light bulbs.
- Paint canisters and paint cans
The above metals aren’t recycled because they pose health risks to animals, humans, and the natural environment.
Benefits Of Scrap Metal Recycling
Recycling scrap metals that the EPA has approved is an excellent way to reduce the amount of garbage disposal in landfills. Most metals aren’t biodegradable, which means they don’t disintegrate over time. Recycling can reduce amounts of metal scrap that sits in a stalemate on construction sites and other properties.
Recycling can also help reduce the illegal disposal of scrap metal. The removal of scrap metal on land that is not in use is banned all over the nation. Recycling scrap metal provides people with an option to dispose of it legally.
Metal scrap, like steel beams, aluminum siding, and cast-iron pots left on your home can cause greenhouse emissions. The amount of greenhouse gases generated by scrap metal is a little more when compared to recycling metal scrap. Recycling your scrap metal can help protect our environment against further harm caused by greenhouse gases.
Scrap Metal Recycling Laws
It is essential to be aware of the local regulations for recycling scrap metal. Understanding which items made of metal are not recyclable legally and which ones are approved for recycling is a valuable resource for everyone. If you regularly repair your vehicle, upgrade your home, or get into jewelry making by hand, follow the EPA’s recycling regulations.