Posted on 14 September 2018
Have you ever wondered what non ferrous metal is as opposed to ferrous metal is?
By definition, non-ferrous metals are types of metals and alloys that don’t contain iron. They include numerous metal families, such as well-known nickel, lead, and brass; precious metals such Read morePosted on 07 October 2019
With metal recycling, there’s often confusion between ferrous and non-ferrous metals. It’s actually quite simple – ferrous metal contains iron and non-ferrous metal does not. The important thing is that each type of metal (ferrous and non-ferrous) has unique qualities.Read morePosted on 09 July 2021
Old electronic devices contain precious metals that can be profitable for recyclers. In fact, it's incredible how many electronic devices surround us on a daily basis – and most of them contain components that include metals like gold, silver, and copper.
Cell phones, laptops,Read morePosted on 09 August 2021
Some scrap yards in Toronto will specify that they accept non-ferrous metals. For newcomers to scrap collecting and recycling, there can be some confusion between ferrous and non-ferrous metals. The difference is simple – ferrousRead morePosted on 18 August 2021
Collecting scrap aluminum can be a valuable and rewarding pass time due to its significant return on investment, and if you know where to look, it’s easier than one would think. In the auto industry, aluminum is being used in many parts, and those parts can be salvaged for scrap. Read morePosted on 21 September 2021
Scrap metal recycling (including aluminum recycling) can take on many forms. You might be interested in getting involved as a sideline, or you may want to get serious and make some extra money. For some, it may take on a bigger scope by Read more