Scrap metal can be a tricky business, and if you don’t know how to dispose of it both properly and safety than it can pose some serious issues.
It is important to recycle your scrap metal as by doing so, you contribute to reducing global carbon emissions and dispose of your waste responsibly. Maxilead Metals are renowned for our scrap metal recycling services and can offer a quick, easy and quality assured experience.
As you’re probably aware, it’s important to recycle . But did you know that you can actually make money off recycling your old scrap metal – what better motivation do you need?
The process of recycling metal in exchange for cash is easy, and made even easier by Maxilead Metals. Below is a short yet handy guide on how to make money off your scrap metal (and how to help the environment out at the same time – win win!)
If you have an old ‘white appliance’; better known as a washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher etc. ready for scrapping then stop right in your tracks. Did you know you can actually make money from recycling these appliances? Maxilead Metals are at your service to take those old appliances off your hands that you just can’t seem to shift – we’ve got you.
Today, luckily, individuals and businesses are a lot more conscious of the ethical importance of recycling and thus are more inclined to do it. Here at Maxilead, recycling is in our blood and we are ever advocates of how important it is to recycle your scrap metal (alongside other materials).
Ever wondered what happens to your scrap metal after you send it to us for recycling? Here’s some insight into what we do here at Maxilead Metals and where your scrap metals may end up. We are world leaders in exporting scrap metals and it may very well be the case that your scrap metal ends up somewhere completely different in the world!
Identifying the difference between metals can be tricky, especially when you are trying to recycle your scrap metal quickly and efficiently. This guide aims to make it easier for you to differentiate between ferrous and non ferrous metals.
The Scrap Metal Dealers Act came into force back in 2012, but there are still several parts of it that are lesser known. Perhaps the most prominent clause of the Act is that it forbids anyone from buying scrap metal with cash – even if they are a regular customer at that particular scrap yard.
It’s been an exciting year for Maxilead Metals. Drawing to a close at the end of December, we can sit back* and look at everything we’ve achieved.
We’ve successfully continued our Maxilead Membership scheme, which was established in response to the Scrap Metal Dealers Act and deters any illegal scrap dealers from darkening our door!