3 Ways Scrap Metal Recycling Promotes Environmental Sustainability

Posted on: 11 August 2021

Would you like your business to do more for the environment? You could start by recycling the waste metals in your scrap yard instead of dumping them in the landfill. Besides the obvious savings in lowered production costs, you will promote environmental sustainability. Scrap metal recycling reduces the resources extracted from the environment as metal ore and as energy. It helps in reversing the harmful effects of climate change, including wildfires, droughts, and floods.
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4 Things to Know About Recycling and Selling Copper Wire

Posted on: 21 April 2021

When it comes to recycling, some things are just more valuable than other things. Copper wire is one of the most valuable metals within the scrap industry. It comes in a wide range of sizes and shapes, and can easily be recycled and reused again, making it a highly sought-after resource. If you want to make some money recycling and selling copper metal back to scrap yards and recycling centers, it helps to have a little knowledge.
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Protocol That Can Lead To A Smooth Frac Tank Rental Experience

Posted on: 14 October 2020

Worksites that produce a lot of specialty liquids need a place to store them temporarily sometimes. Frac tanks can provide the perfect space for these purposes, whether you're storing chemicals or petroleum products. If you're proceeding with a frac tank rental, this protocol will help.  Review Liquid's Properties Before ordering a frac tank, you need to carefully examine the properties of the liquids that are going in this tank. Some may be particularly unique and thus warrant a very unique type of frac tank.
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Why Your Business Should Start Recycling Its Excess Copper

Posted on: 12 May 2020

If your business deals with materials like metals, chances are good that you might have some leftover or excess copper or other materials after each production run. While you may be able to use some of these materials for future work, you will also likely have at least some excess copper that is no longer suitable for production. If your business is not yet making use of local copper recycling, here are some reasons why you might want to start.
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