Blog: Metal Recycling

The Top 5 Metals Worth Scrapping

When it comes to recycling, there are a lot of different metals that can be recycled for cash. Here at Recycling Specialties Inc., we want to help you learn about the different types of metals worth recycling, why they’re worth recycling, and how to recycle them! 1. Gold Undoubtedly, gold is one of the most valuable metals on earth. It doesn’t rust or tarnish, has a very low reactivity to other elements, and is non-toxic. The importance of gold to many countries makes it a national currency. Recycling gold helps conserve…

5 Reasons Why Metal Recycling is Important

If you want to learn about the importance of metal recycling in Canada, look no further than this blog by Recycling Specialties Inc. In it, you’ll not only learn about why metal recycling is so important for our planet but also get some great tips on how you can recycle metals in your own home. Let’s get started! 1. Metal Recycling Conserves Natural Resources. It’s no secret that our natural resources are becoming increasingly scarce. And with the growing population, it’s more important than ever to conserve what we have. One…

How To Protect The Environment By Using Metal Recycling

Did you know that metal recycling is one of the best ways to help the environment? It’s true! Recycling metal helps conserve natural resources, saves energy, and prevents pollution. In this article, we are going to break down all the benefits of metal recycling and teach you how to recycle metal from home! Benefits of Metal Recycling Slow Landfill Growth It can take centuries for metal scraps to decompose in landfills. By recycling metal, you help keep it out of our landfills. In Canada, the average person throws away about 80kg…

Advantages Of Metal Recycling

According to the EPA, metal recycling is one of the most important steps we can take to reduce our negative environmental impact. It also helps us use fewer resources and lowers the production costs of new materials. In a circular economy, metals can be scrapped, melted down, reused, and brought back to be recycled once more. In this blog, we’ll showcase some of the advantages of metal recycling!   What Is Metal Recycling? Metal recycling is the process of reusing metal from end-of-life materials and scrap and using it as…

5 Steel and Metal Recycling Facts You May Not Know

Did you know that the most recycled material in North America is steel? Metal recycling is a process of collecting and processing materials that would otherwise be thrown away as trash and turning them into new products. Recycling can benefit your community and the environment. In this blog post, we will discuss five interesting facts about steel and metal recycling that you may not know! What is Metal Recycling? Metal recycling is the process of recovering scrap or waste metal and reprocessing the material into a new product. Steel and…

Everything You Need to Know About Metal Recycling

Do you know what happens to the metal cans, bottles, and other products we recycle? They are turned into new products! Metal recycling is one of the most important aspects of waste management. By recycling metal, we reduce the amount of waste that goes to landfills, and we also conserve natural resources. In this article, we will discuss everything you need to know about metal recycling. We’ll cover what metal recycling is, some facts about metal recycling, and the benefits of doing so. What is Metal Recycling? Metal recycling is…

Metal Recycling 101: What It Is, How It Works, and the Benefits

Metal recycling is one of the most important aspects of waste management. Not only does it help preserve our environment, but it also provides a number of benefits to businesses and homeowners alike. In this article, we will discuss what metal recycling is, how it works, and its benefits. After reading this article, we hope that you will have a better understanding of the importance of metal recycling and why you should consider using it! What Is Metal Recycling? Metal recycling is the process of recovering scrap or waste metal…

Are You Recycling Your Copper? Key Benefits to Know About

It is safe to say that most people are aware of the increasingly growing environmental issues surrounding waste disposal, today more than ever before.  And while both residents and companies are taking their recycling efforts to the next level to help combat this problem, when it comes to materials like copper,  many are left wondering how to handle disposing of it. So what do you do with things like old copper wire or piping? Recycle it! Yes, copper is an entirely recyclable metal that can offer an array of benefits…

Metal Recycling: What Are The Benefits?

Due to the growing demands of Canadian government offices, which are pushing for more environmentally friendly practices, the metal recycling industry is booming. An estimate from the Canadian Association of Recycling Industries suggests that ~45% of the world’s yearly production of steel, 33% of aluminum, 40% copper is created by recycling scrap metal. Since there is constantly more and more efforts towards improving the recycling process, this is only going to go up as time goes on. Metal by itself makes up the largest part of the recycling industry. You…

What Metals Are Recyclable?

We all know that some things can be recycled while others can not. It can lead to some confusion when it comes to recycling time, but a little education will clear it up. For those that remember their science classes, you’ll recall that there are many naturally occurring metals and alloys in the Earth that are used for various products. There are also many man made metals that are not found in nature. Regardless of their origin, some can be recycled while others can not.   One of the first…

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