How to Recycle That Pile of Old Metal

Whether you've been doing some remodelling on your home or have decided to start collecting and selling scrap metal, you're eventually going to end up with a pile of random metal parts that need to go to a scrapyard as soon as possible. Old metal scraps are unsightly, and your local council and your neighbours are not going to want that pile to sit around for very long. You've got some options for recycling the metal, depending on the type and size. Read More 

Why You Should Work With a Scrap Metal Recycling Service if You’re a Mechanic

As an auto mechanic, you might be used to working with other businesses in your area. You might work with a towing service so that you can arrange to have customers' vehicles picked up and brought to your shop when they aren't running, and you might purchase auto parts and tools from the local auto parts store. You might not have thought about working with a scrap metal recycling service, however, since this might not seem like an obvious type of business that you will need to work with as an auto mechanic. Read More 

A Guide to Selling Scrap Copper

Copper is a non-ferrous metal found in most homes. Copper wires can be found in household appliances, such as dishwashers, computers, televisions and blenders. Also, you can find copper in plumbing and electrical fixtures and fitting. The best thing about it is that it can be recycled repeatedly without losing its quality. Moreover, you can earn some decent money by working with companies that offer cash for copper. Read on to learn more. Read More