Endless Metals will take and recycle every kind of metal, hence their name, so get in touch with them to take your scrap copper, brass, aluminium and steel. A commonly used material in the structure of homes, copper features a reddish finish if it’s in good condition. It is used in plumbing pipes, roofing materials, inside the air conditioners, and common electric wires. If you want to check, copper can be found in electrical wires underneath their black or coloured plastic insulation.
A weightier metal, brass is often used in plumbing fixtures and at the end of copper piping. It is also found in hardware like keys, door handles, light fixtures, and bathroom fixtures. Similarly, more than just tin cans, items made of aluminium can be found throughout your house. It is often used for gutters, siding, doors, window frames and more. What’s good about taking aluminium into metal yards is that it saves 80% of the energy produced in the process of making it.
If you want to know the value of your scrap metals, just grab a magnet. A magnet assesses metal value. If the magnet sticks to your metal, it means you have a ferrous metal in your hands. Ferrous metal like steel or iron is not worth very much but is still accepted for recycling purposes. If the magnet does not stick to your metal, it means you have a non-ferrous metal. Examples of these are copper, aluminium, brass, stainless steel, and bronze. They are considered high-value metals and are worth more money at metal yards.
Now that you have an idea on which items or metals are good for selling at metal yards, you should be able to sort your metal scraps in different metal categories so you can obtain the most value from them. Endless Metals helps you maximise the value of your scrap metal while minimising your environmental impact.
From residential, commercial and tradie scrap to farm, building and demolition scrap, Endless Metals can assist you, so get in touch to chat about how they can help you manage your metal waste. For more information on scrap metal Napier, brass scrap prices and scrap copper prices please go to https://www.endlessmetals.co.nz .