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Benefits of scrap metal recycling

Recycling means less Greenhouse gasses such as Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Nitrous Oxide and Water Vapour are being produced each year. Good for the environment  We all know that recycling is supposed to be good for the environment and that we should recycle where possible but how many of us are aware of the reasons…
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What factors affect scrap metal prices?

If you’re serious about scrap metal recycling and saving the planet, the more informed you are the better. Here is a list of key factors that determine the prices of scrap metal.  Quality of scrap metal If your scrap metal is regarded as high-quality, it can have a higher selling price in the market. But…
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More fun facts about metal recycling

Steel products can be recycled repeatedly without loss of strength. Recycling steel saves the equivalent energy to power millions of households for a year. Iron and steel are the world’s most recycled materials and among the easiest materials to reprocess, as they can be separated magnetically from the waste stream. One scrapped car produces more…
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Our fleet of trucks can handle any scale Scrap metal pick-up

Denron Metals operate a large fleet of trucks which are dedicated to the safe removal, disposal and recycling of scrap metal. Our fleet includes the following trucks: Tilt Tray Trucks Flat Bed Trucks Trucks with Cranes Our trucks can be raised and lowered to pick up a variety of scrap metal such as cars, tractors…
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GET RID OF YOUR SCRAP METAL WITH OUR SKIP BIN HIRE As Adelaide’s leading scrap metal recyclers, we also operate our own Skip Bin Hire service, specialising in scrap metal disposal. We make the cleaning up easy. Whether it’s residential, commercial, industrial or civil, we look after all types of customers throughout Adelaide and the…
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8 INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT RECYCLING Recycling makes a positive difference to the environment and doing your little bit really does add up. Here are some eye-opening facts: Aluminium was discovered in 1825.It is the most abundant metal available on earth and highly recyclable. About two thirds of all the aluminium that has ever been produced…
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