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The Business of Brass Recycling

Posted on 24 June 2015

Recycling brass is very much a double-ended process. At one end of the process, there’s the regular and ongoing collection. And at the other end, there’s the processing and recycling. It takes commitment and dedication to collect and to continue collecting.

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Scrap Metal in Brampton

Posted on 14 April 2015

For the most part, the ABC’s of scrap metal are available and accessible on the Internet.  So whether it’s about buying, selling, collecting or distributing, it’s quite simple to get a grasp of the “ins and outs” of scrap metal.

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Scrap Metal in Mississauga

Posted on 13 March 2015

The greatest potential for financial payoff in scrap collection is scrap metal that is in high demand. For those collecting scrap metal as a business (or part-time business) high demand scrap will deliver the best prices.

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Metal Recycling in Scarborough – How to Choose the Best Recycler

Posted on 17 February 2015

The number of industries that are involved in metal recycling in Scarborough has been increasing steadily over the last three years. The huge amount of scrap metal that is disposed of by companies and residential areas is one of the most plausible explanations for this trend.

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Benefits of Metal Recycling in Brampton

Posted on 17 February 2015

Millions of tons of metal are released into dumping sites and the environment ever year. Increase in the number of companies that use metals such as aluminum cans to pack their products is one of the leading causes of increase in scrap metal waste.

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Scrap Your Metal and Make Money – Without Any Scrapes!

Posted on 11 November 2014

Supplying scrap metal to the right metal recycling company, means so much more than simply making an easy profit off of unwanted metal scraps. Where you send your scrap metal, can make all the difference, not just for yourself and other parties involved, but for people all over, on a global scale! 

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Scrap Copper Prices

Posted on 29 September 2014

Copper and copper alloys (metals that have copper as a major constituent) have been recycled since almost the beginning of time.  Used copper (which then becomes scrap copper) has never really been considered waste.  It has always been considered an excellent raw material for re-manufacturing and can be as cost efficient, or more, than virgin copper ore.  And in terms of economics, the higher the scrap copper prices, the more worthwhile it is to collect, process and re-use.

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