The Many Uses of Scrap Metal

Recycling metals provides opportunities for a multitude of products. Scrap metals like aluminum, copper, steel, brass, and iron are recycled to make a wide variety of new products. Using scrap metal for numerous products reduces waste and helps to preserve the environment for future generations. Scrap metal can be refashioned into many new uses. For example, scrap iron and aluminum metals are used extensively in the construction industry for projects as varied as roads and bridges. As well, scrap metal is also used for manufacturing automobiles, aircraft, and other kinds of travel.

Many kinds of containers are made from scrap metal materials. Even appliance parts can be made from scrap metal for various components. Because scrap metal is less expensive to manufacturers in general, it is a sought-after commodity by a number of different industries, such as the furniture industry for metal furniture that is stylish and durable. You can find gliders, benches, tables, and lamps that have been created with scrap metal materials.

Some sculptors also use scrap metal for their art work. The attraction for artists is in all of the different materials, colors, sizes, and forms that come in the variety of recycled metals. Sculpture from recycled metals is distinctive and unique. Visit Raimo Scrap Iron & Metal when you want to buy or sell from a leading place for scrap metal recycling in Passaic County, NJ.

 

The Benefits of Recycling Metal

Recycling your scrap metal does more than put money in your pocket. You can make a difference to the world around you by preserving energy and helping to save the environment when you recycle scrap metal. There are a number of benefits to recycling metals so it’s good news that the United States is said to recycle more than 150 million tons of scrap metals a year. Those recycled materials include iron, steel, lead, copper, and aluminum. Other metals that can be gainfully recycled include brass, bronze, magnesium, and tin.

A great way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions is to recycle scrap metal. Recycling scrap metal consumes much less energy than making metal from fresh ore. Making new products from recycled materials rather than raw materials conserves both natural resources and energy. The recycled materials have already been refined and processed so when they are re-used they are cleaner and need less energy than the raw products.

Raimo Scrap Metal & Iron pays “top dollar” for your unwanted scrap metal. Call (973) 347-4545 to find out if your materials qualify for our recycling program. Our metal recycling facility in Sussex County, NJ, serves customers throughout Passaic, Sussex, and Morris counties, as well as in Byram Township, NJ, and all of the surrounding areas.

 

Welcome to Our Blog

Welcome to our blog. Here you will find the new and interesting information on the benefits of recycling metals to the environment and the economy. Our company works with residential, commercial, and industrial clients. We make it our mission to keep scrap metals out of landfills, which leaves more room for actual non-recyclable items. When we free up the landfill space, we add less pollution to the environment.

Raimo Scrap Iron & Metal recycles aluminum, brass, copper, iron, and steel. We make it convenient for homeowners and businesses to count on our services. With our up-to-date equipment and experienced crew, we offer appliance removal, crane services, and municipal recycling programs. The following items are some of the most common unwanted items we pay for from homeowners:

• Refrigerators and Stoves
• Stainless Steel and Copper Pots and Pans
• Cars and Car Parts

Our scrap metal recycling in Byram Township, NJ, works with numerous businesses in the area and is known for our fast payouts. The following items are some of the most common unwanted items we pay for from businesses:

• Obsolete Equipment
• Surplus Metals
• Insulating Copper Wiring

When you are ready to scrap your metal for cash, give us a call at (973) 347-4545. You can count on us to recycle your unwanted items. We look forward to hearing from you and welcome your questions, comments, and concerns.