Making Recycling Fun for Kids and the Whole Family

How The Leftovers From Your Construction Project Can Earn You Money

Whether you have built an entirely new house or just added a little extension, construction uses a lot of materials. The problem many people have is that they order far too many materials, so at the end of it all they are left with kilograms upon kilograms of unused items that simply have no use. While some people store them in anticipation of future projects, a lot of people throw them out. Read More 

Why You Should Use a Scrap Metal Recycling Service Instead of Letting it Pile Up at Home

Sometimes, people find themselves with a stack of scrap metal piling up on their residential property. This might happen if you're pulling old appliances, wires and other things out of your home for replacement, or it could happen if you like to tinker with metal when working on projects. No matter why you might frequently find yourself dealing with scrap metal, you should not just let it pile up at your home. Read More 

Emerging Trends in Metal Recycling

Humans have been salvaging and reusing scrap metal for a while, and the practice has proved effective from an environmental and economic perspective. Notably, the properties of metals, such as steel, iron and copper, do deteriorate with repeated melting and casting. That said, metal recycling has continued to change since old recycling practices are no longer viable. Notably, modern metal recycling practices have been developed due to emerging trends affecting the industry. Read More 

2 Tips for Easily Distinguishing and Separating Small Pieces of Scrap Metal for Recycling

Whether you are just starting to collect scrap metal or have previously only been taking larger pieces to the recycling centre, you may be wondering how you can incorporate smaller pieces into your loads. While these smaller pieces may not seem like much individually, if there are many pieces of the same type, you may have already figured out they can add up quickly. Especially if you plan to recycle tiny objects such as bits of wire, nuts, bolts and even bottle caps, you may be thinking there has to be an easier way to sort and keep them organised without having them scattered around your property. Read More 

How Does Metal Scrap Recycling Help the Environment?

One of the biggest debates that have been going on in the recent past is the effects that humanity is creating on the environment. Mining metal ore is an activity that has been around for centuries. Currently, there are countless mines around the world. However, metal resources are getting depleted faster than they can replenish themselves.  Additionally, the cost of processing the ore and making purified metal out of it also leads to unnecessary energy expenditure. Read More