Metal recycling has the advantage of being able to be recycled multiple times without losing its qualities. Aluminum and steel are two of the most commonly recycled metals. Silver, copper, brass, and gold, for example, are so expensive that they are rarely thrown away to be recovered for recycling.

Ferrous (having significant levels of iron) and non-ferrous metals are the two main forms of metal, both of which can be recycled. Steel and iron are regularly recycled ferrous metals; in fact, at SL Recycling, we recycle over 25,000 tonnes of ferrous metal each year! Aluminium, brass, titanium, and copper are examples of non-ferrous metals.
End-of-life automobiles, demolition waste, catalytic converters, and other sources of recycled metals are among them. We accept scrap metal from a variety of customers at our Waste Transfer Station, ranging from small local businesses to national corporations.

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