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  • 54 Christie Street, St Marys
  • NSW 2760 Australia

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Scrap for Cash Plans Boost Recycling Rates and Increase Sustainability

Recycling as much non-renewable material as possible is important for the movement towards creating a much more sustainable future for our planet. As long as more metals and plastics are recovered for reuse, the need to mine from the ground or synthesise the latter in factories–and the environmental impact of these processes–can be greatly reduced.

Unfortunately, the true benefits that recycling metals can have on sustainability are seldom understood by most people. Recycling expert Rick LeBlanc revealed in an About Money article that recycling’s positive impact is actually much greater than is usually assumed:

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Scrap Metal Merchants: Recycle Your Aluminium Items and Save Energy

The next time you open an ice cold can of soda or beer, think of how that handy little drink container could mean a lot to saving the earth. According to SITA Australia, the site for sustainable resource recovery management, approximately 10 percent of the country’s electricity is utilised in producing new aluminium cans. Recycling used ones, therefore, can save a huge amount of energy; in fact, one recycled can is equivalent to the amount of energy needed to power up a television for three hours! [Read more…]

Earning Cash for Scraps: How to Identify Metal Scraps for Recycling

Recycling is not only an effective way to help the environment survive the amount of waste material that get thrown away daily, but is also a smart way to earn extra cash for scraps and other recyclable items. In Australia, for example, every household produces at least 400 kilograms of waste material each year, which may translate to huge amounts of cash if every Australian were to recycle usable waste. [Read more…]

Dealing with Reputable Scrap Metal Merchants for Your Spent Wings

All machines have an operational shelf life, after which they become increasingly hard to maintain. This is especially true among airplanes, as Tadas Goberis elaborates in his August 12, 2014 article for Airline Fleet Management magazine:
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Preparing the Scrap Metal for Pick up: Actually Easier than it looks

There will always be a bunch of odds and ends at home that you can do away with at minimal risk to you or your loved ones. The best part is: you can earn some money in the process. David Hamilton, AKA Rustedmemory, pointedly states in his Hubpages article:
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Asia’s Dragon Looks to Scrap Metal Merchants for Quality Scrap Copper

China wants your copper.

Despite reports about the dragon economy’s slowdown a few months back, a spike in copper imports indicates otherwise. Indeed, demand for copper in China is higher than before. From roughly 250,000 tonnes in 1Q 2013, copper imports in 1Q 2014 now play around 350,000 tonnes.
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High-quality Scrap Metal for Pick Up: New Hope Amid all the Rubble

The Centro Financiero Confinanzas, popularly known as the Tower of David, was first envisioned as a bank centre in the heart of the Venezuelan capital of Caracas. Construction began in 1990 but was halted in 1994 when a banking crisis hit the country.
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Reliable Scrap Metal Merchants Open Doors to a Better National Economy

Everyone knows that recycling conserves the integrity of the environment, reduces the need for landfill and incineration, and decreases greenhouse gas emissions that further aggravate global climate change. Despite all this, Australia is still showing signs of resistance to this better form of living. Suzanne Benn and Damien Giurco made a compelling argument against the status quo and even showed what current situations will lead to if left unchanged:

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Scrap for Cash Programs Let Businesses Earn and Save the Environment

Australia earns a great amount of money annually thanks to its rich mineral resources and a thriving mining industry. Mining is definitely a solid sector that can spark further growth for the country, yet the activity comes with environmental repercussions that can prove irreversible. A recent news article from the University of Queensland shared how Australia can earn more from searching for untapped metals beyond mines:

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