Friday, April 19, 2019

Non-Ferrous Scrap Metal Recycling:

What exactly is non-ferrous scrap?

  • Aluminum
  • Tin
  • Copper
  • Lead
  • Stainless Steel
  • Bronze
  • Brass
  • Titanium
  • Nickel Alloys of all sorts

Scrap non ferrous metals including alloys, alloy wheels, aluminums, brass, bronze, cans, copper, lead, tungsten and zinc Production metal waste such as drosses, skimmings, cuttings, filings, turnings and swarf, Cars, vans and other motor vehicles, both end of life and abandoned Car engines, lorry engines and van engines, Catalytic converters, Batteries including car batteries, lead acid batteries and UPS batteries

End of life trains and used rail (authorized sources only)

Waste consumer goods (non hazardous WEEE)

Scrap machinery and plant (logistics and dismantling services available including facilities for handling heavy and bulky items).

The Royal Recycling mechanical recovery processes are designed to separate and refine metal from domestic waste that is predominantly metallic. Old lawnmowers, tools, metal furniture and fittings are just some of the materials the business handles on a day-to-day basis.

Our scrap metal depot handles non hazardous and oversize electrical waste such as ovens and washing machines.

Hundreds of different metals and alloys fall within the non-ferrous category. Everything from aluminum can pull tabs to 10-ton ship propellers. Industrial scrap, insulated and bare wire, brass candlesticks, aluminum window frames - it’s all the bread and butter of non-ferrous recycling.