The process of recycling metal
We take care of the entire scrap metal recycling process from collecting scrap to exporting metals, providing total waste management solutions for large businesses and convenient sites for tradesmen and members of the public.
We recycle the majority of the metal we receive at our industry-leading metal and waste recycling site with the remainder being processed and exported from our satellite sites. At our 15-acre Recycling Park the metal is processed through our pre-shredder and fragmentiser, which shred and separate materials. The entire process is recorded in high-definition, providing you with evidence of a secure destruction process.
Blue-chip businesses and local authorities
We manage metal collection nationwide, to remove and recycle metal and waste from businesses and local authorities. Our bespoke online portal allows you to follow the process from beginning to end, to order skips and bins, view loads ahead of processing and follow the recycling process then ensure total compliance.
Tradesmen, merchants and members of the public:
We have a centralised system to determine scrap metal value across our nationwide network of sites:
- Metal is weighed on our weighbridges, recording transactions and clearly displaying weights
- Loads are photographed, allowing for transparency and safety around loads into site
- Loads are fluorescence analysed, accurately confirming the composition of materials
We accept all ferrous and non-ferrous metals: light iron, cast iron and heavy steel, and copper, brass, lead, stainless steel, aluminium, bronze and zinc, as well as items with metal content, such as car batteries, alloy wheels, cookers, boilers and scrap machinery.