Six Basic Factors To Be Aware Of When Recycling Your Copper

Posted on: 17 September 2019

The more you know about copper recycling, the better you can take advantage of any waste copper you come across or your company produces.  Copper is an important metal when it comes to scrap metal recycling. The following are six basic factors you should be aware of when recycling your copper to get the most out of your recycled copper:  Grade How much you can get on recycled copper varies depending on what grade of copper you have. [Read More]

Why Roll Off Recycling Services Are Better Than Free Recycling Bins

Posted on: 30 June 2019

If you will be recycling materials, you may have access to free recycling bins. The type of services you'll have access to are based partially on whether you're a business or you are looking for residential services. It's also based on your location. However, there are several reasons why you might be better off with roll off box recycling services. Easier to Apply With a free recycling bin, you'll typically need to fill out a form and wait for the recycling bin to be provided to you. [Read More]

What Is Typically Found In The Industrial Scrap Metal After Cleanup

Posted on: 6 February 2019

Industrial scrap metal can include any kind of metal at all. More importantly, however, the cleanup that follows the piling up of industrial scrap metal typically involves some very specific metal items. If you were to assist in an industrial scrap metal cleanup, the following items are what you would find. Parts of Machines Industrial machines break down. When they do, the parts are scrap. They cannot be used for anything ever again, and because they are made of metal, they are recycled. [Read More]

3 Ways You Can Dispose Of Your Computer And Protect Your Data

Posted on: 18 February 2016

You should never just throw away your old computer. Computers are full of toxic materials like cadmium, lead and arsenic that should not make it to the landfill. If toxic materials make it into the landfills, then they could possibly leak into the ecosystem and food supply. On the other hand, your computer contains all of your personal information. Throwing it away means someone else can get their hands on your personal data. [Read More]