Scrap Metal Sources inside Computers
14 September 2015
Although computers are becoming more affordable in relation to their power as the years go by, the materials inside are still quite valuable. Gold for transferring data, magnets for holding information together, and aluminum for various purposes can be found in almost any modern computer. If you're throwing out an outdated system or replacing a broken system, take time to look through a few different parts of the computer to find valuable materials for scrap recycling.
The Newcomer's Guide To Understanding Scrap Metal Recycling Prices
8 September 2015
Metal recycling newcomers have a number of different questions, with price often being a common area of concern. People want a concise estimate of how much they can potentially earn for their scrap pieces. Providing an answer to this question is difficult. There are a variety of circumstances that effect the price of scrap metal before it's smeltered. Familiarizing yourself with these different factors will make it easier to understand just why a price estimate is more difficult than you may have imagined.
Four Tips To Help You Sort Your Metal Scraps Before Taking Them To The Recycling Center
25 August 2015
Recycling metals is not only good for the planet; it is also good for your pocket. If you know how to sort your scrap, you can also get more for your efforts. Steel and copper are commonly recycled items, but there are some things you will want to know before throwing your scrap into these piles, such as non-ferrous steel being more valuable. Here are some tips to help you get started sorting your scraps the right way:
How To Be More Efficient With Your Commercial Building's Trash
18 August 2015
Trash removal is often an inefficient process. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to make the buildup and removal of trash in your business a process that uses up less of your company's resources.
Use Your Trash to Make Electricity
There are some new options for using your trash these days. This new technology has a contraption that's about the size of a shipping container that you can use to convert trash from your commercial building into electricity or heat.