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Have You Considered Brass Recycling?

Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc with a multitude of uses, from plumbing fittings to musical instruments to bullet casings to artworks to padlocks. The properties that make brass so popular for manufacturing are its resistance to corrosion and low friction. It can also be recycled over and over again. An estimated 90%…
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Stainless steel

Everything You Need to Know About Stainless Steel Recycling

You probably know that stainless steel is a very popular choice when it comes to manufacturing – and with good reason. A form of steel containing chromium, it is lustrous, strong, resistant to corrosion and staining, and, as a result of those last two things, doesn’t require a lot of maintenance. What you may not…
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copper

Copper is one of the world’s most valuable & versatile metals

Copper is one of the most expensive and most commonly used metals in the world. To put it into perspective, as of 2021, iron ore sells for about $270 AUD a tonne, while copper sells for about $10,800 AUD a tonne. It has been used by many civilizations throughout time. In the ancient world, it…
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29 interesting facts about metal

You and your children will find these 29 facts about metal both educational and fun. They make a good pop quiz but more importantly we hope they help promote metal recycling with is good for the environment. The most abundant metal on earth is iron, followed by magnesium. Tungsten is the metal with the highest melting point.…
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Metal Recycle

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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Scrap Metal

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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