Non-ferrous metals include aluminum, brass, copper, nickel, tin, lead, and zinc, as well as precious metals like gold and silver. While non-ferrous metals can provide strength, they are primarily used where their differences from ferrous metals can provide an advantage.
Ferrous metals include mild steel, carbon steel, stainless steel, cast iron, and wrought iron. These metals are primarily used for their tensile strength and durability, You can also find ferrous metals in housing construction, industrial containers, large-scale piping, automobiles, most of tools and hardware you use around the house, and the appliances you use at home.
Recycling Scrap Metal Makes Money
What many people don’t know is that most scrap metal can be recycled for cash payments at One Way Recycling thus adding to the green movement.
One Way Recycling deals with customers that are in the trade industry that come across metal on a daily basis. Many could be construction companies that may have tons of steel beams from structures, electricians that could have wires and electrical equipment or plumbers that have copper piping and brass fixtures. WhileOne Way Recycling sees a large quantity of these metals from the trade industry, homeowners are always welcomed and encouraged to bring their own metal scrap to make money and recycle the metals atOne Way Recycling.
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