SCRAP AND SECONDARY METALS

SCRAP METALS

We believe  today it is  as much important to teach a man how to fish …  and as how to recycle.

The goal is to introduce a ‘more sustainable way of living. Besides, the majority of the  waste can be recycled one way or another.

For example, the aluminum industry actively supports the Recycling Partnership, which is a program dedicated to increasing participation  recognized consumer programs are curb side and municipal leves.  

Aluminium as being is one of the most recycled metal  — and most recyclable — materials on the market today. Nearly 75 percent of all aluminium produced around the world  can be recycled directly back into itself over and over again in a true closed loop. Within the industry, building and automotive parts are collected for recycling.

More than 90 percent of the aluminium in building and automotive parts is recycled at the end of use. All of these items serve as a feedstock and are sent to aluminium recyclers to be melted down in the secondary production process. We all know also beverage cans can be processed by certified recycling companies in Europe and incorporated into new products.

Iron and steel scrap, or ferrous scrap, comes many consumer products like automobiles and household appliances to industrial structures and equipment such as buildings, railroads, trains, bridges, ships, and farming equipment.

Ferrous scrap is the most recycled material in the world

We are sourcing Ferrous and Non Ferrous scrap from various countries from Black sea to Mediterranean base either as Principal or as an Agent.