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Recycling Computers, Laptops, and Computer Parts

Posted on 19 September 2016

It’s Become More Important Today Than Ever! To appreciate the importance of computer recycling, it’s important to understand the prevalence of computer usage throughout the world. In North America, it’s estimated that more than 75% of homes have at least one computer.

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The Life of an Aluminum Can

Posted on 23 July 2016

1. Mining of Aluminum Bauxite Aluminum bauxite composite is mined an open-cut mining procedure. The topsoil is first removed by bulldozers and scrapers, the underlying ore is then extracted using front-end loaders and hydraulic excavators.

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The History of Metal Recycling

Posted on 18 July 2016

Global warming and environmental issues no longer seem like distant problems. They are now real, and undeniably affecting the world we live in today. Nowadays, recycling is recognized as one of the key ways to salvage our beloved planet before it is too late.

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Recycling Electronic Devices

Posted on 14 June 2016

As we all try to put our best foot forward to become “greener” cities, “greener” countries, and a “greener” global community, we’re constantly learning new ways to help protect and restore our planet.

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Which Metal Items Cannot be Recycled

Posted on 12 June 2016

We all know the common items we should recycle. Paper, plastic, and compost pretty much hit the nail on the head. There is, however, a lot of confusion surrounding metal recycling.

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Common Mistakes You Can Make When Scrapping Metal

Posted on 12 May 2016

Now that the spring season has started, we’ve likely done some spring cleaning around the home, and even at work. You may have donated old clothing, canned foods, or small things around the home you have no need for anymore.

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The Process of Recycling Aluminum

Posted on 25 April 2016

Demand for aluminum products is ever growing. It’s primarily because aluminum products are so versatile. And while aluminum remains one of the most widely used metals, traditional aluminum cans remain the most recycled item worldwide.

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Finding a Scrap Metal Dealer in Toronto

Posted on 08 February 2016

Tal Metal removes and recycles virtually every type of scrap metal in Toronto. Our expert teams remove ferrous/non-ferrous metals for residential, commercial and industrial customers. All materials are handled responsibly, and according to bi-laws.

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Why Should You Recycle Non Ferrous Metals?

Posted on 11 January 2016

To begin with, let’s define non ferrous metals. Non ferrous metals are any metals that do not contain iron, such as: copper, aluminum, lead, zinc and more. The great thing about these metals is that they are all recyclable. The non ferrous metals that can be recycled can also be repurposed.

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