Where Can Aluminium Generally Be Found?
Aluminium is the most abundant metal to be found in the Earth’s crust, making it one of the most used metals. Around the world, over 41 million tonnes of aluminium are used each year so finding a large amount to recycle should be easy.
Aluminium is lightweight, highly conductive and non-toxic which can be easily machined. It’s durable hence why it is used quite so widely.
There are so many items that you are likely to have readily available which contain aluminium. These include ladders, pans, signs, motor parts and engines. You’ll also find it in beer cans, baseball bats, reflective safety devices, windows and doorframes, garage doors and aircraft skins.
COLLECT, PROCESS, RECYCLE
We collect, process and recycle metal. Every day we process over 1,000 tonnes of steel through the only privately owned large-scale shredder in the West Midlands.
We have capability to export over 20,000 tonnes of steel every month and our processing facility is the envy of our peers. Our fleet is privately owned and family run, as is our wider business.
We’re proud to be part of the manufacturing community in the Midlands.
Our high-yield output is expertly processed and forward exported to both domestic and foreign manufacturing companies.