Metal recycling has become increasingly popular because of the financial and environmental incentive that it provides. Scrap metals can be recycled countless times, which saves natural resources and energy required when manufacturing new products. It also saves money, allowing new products to be more affordable to consumers. This article discusses two interesting aspects of scrap metal recycling for those who are interested in pursuing the trade. 1. Why do scrap yards have minimum requirements for steel and iron?
5 January 2018
Recycling at home is a great way to support the Australian Department of the Environment and Energy's Green Army programme. This initiative encourages young people to engage in local community environmental projects to clean up wasted land. This is great news for green activists and a fantastic way to educate young people on the importance of environmental care and recycling. However if you are too busy to engage in such a project, or perhaps you don't meet the age criteria, there are still things you can do at home to make your mark on supporting this step forward in environmental protection.
30 May 2017
Plastic pallets have become a mainstay especially for companies engaged in the shipment of food and pharmaceutical products. The preference for plastic pallets has opened doors to plastic pallet suppliers. Nonetheless, if you are thinking about starting a business in the supply of plastic pallet, you must do your homework regarding the cost of running such a business. As with any other type of business, you must look for avenues that can help to reduce the cost of doing business, especially for a start-up.
22 May 2017
With the world going green, scrap metal can now be recycled for very interesting uses. You don't have to be a manufacturer to be able to transform scrap into something useful these days. All you need is an idea and someone to implement it for you. If you are a homeowner with a load of scrap metal in your garage or backyard, here are a few things you could try doing with it.
16 May 2017