In October this year 2 Maxilead employees will be climbing the world’s highest freestanding mountain, Mt. Kilimanjaro! Part of a team of 43, their going the whole way up, planning to sleep in tents and walk for up to eight hours per day to the summit of 19,341 feet – that’s a tad higher than Ben Nevis (4412 feet).
For more information on our challenge, as well as how you can donate to a fantastic cause, click here.
You could be surprised at the amount of value the scrap metal you have stored away holds.
Chances are, some of the scrap farm machine parts that are just sitting there were made decades ago in the 1950s and 1960s, prior to the modernisation of farming equipment in the 21st century.
It wasn’t unheard of for farming equipment years ago to weigh several tonnes. Nowadays, machinery used on farms tends to be much more lightweight. That’s why it’s the old machines that are worth a lot of money as scrap, possibly even more than you might think!
There could be a veritable treasure trove in your home. Kitchen goods, old cars, fencing… if it’s metal than its bound to be worth something. Today, we look at exactly what you should be looking for around the house for maximum cashback. Read more
Disposing of scrap metal is still a good way of making money. If you find yourself with an amount of metal that has no value to you, we will be more than happy to exchange it for some money. How much money you receive depends on a few factors – namely, the types of metal and the amounts.
We’re delighted to be the fifth sponsor to appear on the new home and away shirts for next season’s Kingstone Press Championship. You’ll be able to see the Maxilead Metals logo on the upper reverse of the shirts during each match, so keep your eyes peeled! We’re looking forward to the new season, especially since Rob Parker has been appointed as the general manager of the club.
Reduce, reuse and recycle – the three R’s of recycling are pivotal in ensuring we look after our planet. We only have one Earth after all! But what about WEEE recycling? WEEE stands for Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment and with more households than ever before using electrical items at an increasing rate, it’s important that we all know what WEEE recycling is and the benefits of it. Read more
The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive (WEEE Directive) is a legal action by the EU that became European Law in 2003. The law sets targets for the collection, recovery and recycling for every type of electrical item in the UK. There are also restrictions as to what new electronic equipment on the market can be made from.