How to Recycle Scrap Metal

Whether laying pipes for commercial plumbing projects, fabricating sheet metal or running utility cables, you know that scrap metal accumulates quickly on the job. Copper pipes, metal shavings, stainless steel and iron are just some of the scrap metals that can start to clutter your job site. However, by recycling your scrap metal, you can not only clear the way for your employees to keep working, but also make some cash in the process. Plus, you do the environment a favor by keeping scrap metal out of landfills.

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Who Buys Scrap Metal Near Me?

If you have scrap metals, it’s important to consider finding a scrap metal buyer near you to recycle the material. This process is beneficial for all involved parties. Those who need to get rid of their scrap metal are unburdened by excess materials, compensated for their product and provided peace of mind that they’re reducing their environmental impact. In turn, the scrap yard is able to recycle the metals to help them create new products.

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Whether you have collected bags of aluminum cans at home or stacks of sheet metal and copper wire at your manufacturing facility, an excess of scrap metals can feel like it’s taking over your space. Selling your scrap metals is a great way to clear out your garage or warehouse and make money in the process.

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Scrap metal recycling is an environmentally responsible way to bring in revenue. However, it can take some savvy to get the best scrap metal prices per pound. Whether you are a general contractor who wants to improve your scrap copper wire prices or a small fabrication business that needs to boost its cast aluminum scrap price, these suggestions will get you the best deal at the scrap yard.

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After a season indoors, you may be ready to refresh your surroundings. For many, spring is a time for cleaning out old junk to make room for a fresh start. But the costs of updates may stop your joy before it can be sparked. One way to pay for a renovation is to take stock

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Moving offices is a regular part of every company’s lifecycle. Even if the business is moving for positive reasons such as staff growth or a more desirable location, most managers do not look forward to dealing with an office move.  But there is a silver lining. As you take stock of everything in your office,

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You are probably familiar with this iconic moment from the movie Jaws: Roy Scheider catches a glimpse of the great white shark they’ve been hunting and utters the line, “You’re gonna need a bigger boat.” This might be how you feel as you assess the amount of scrap metal you need to remove from your

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It happens to the best of us. After a long day of scrapping, you spot a beautiful piece at the other end of the yard. As you get closer, you notice that one half is obscured by an old barrel. By the time you move the barrel, the jig is up—the entire lower section of

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Copper plays a central role in human progress, from simple tools to complex electronics. Because of its capability to be reformed and reused, humans have been recycling copper for as long as we have been developing new ways to use it.  The rapid pace of technology makes for an interesting copper wire scrap market. A

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We’ve all been there—that moment when the thing that was supposed to be a convenience becomes a burden. Maybe it was a data entry program that crashed at 5 p.m. on a Friday. Maybe it was a shortcut down an alley that resulted in getting lost and arriving late to a job interview. What makes

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