- February 9, 2022 in Blog
If you have scrap metal on your property, your first thought might be just to throw it away. But don’t be so quick to just dump it and have it end up rotting away in a landfill. At Tall Ingots, we provide scrap metal bins, to help recycle your scrap metal, and we purchase it… Read more »
Wanting to clean up your backyard? Make some money? Help the environment? Did we mention make some money? As the receivers of scrap metal, we are here to confidently inform you the best things to scrap for money.
Doing a big clear out? Wanting to recycle your household items or construction materials? Recycling your metal won’t just benefit the environment, it will free space in your house/yard and give you some extra cash in your pocket! Understand what is recyclable and more about how recycling your metal is a benefit.
At times the inevitable demise of pure scrap metal is a contentious topic. The fact of the matter, however, is that the ore we use to make an innumerable amount of products is not renewable.
With greenhouse gas emissions constantly on the rise, and climate scientist’s worldwide warning of the imminent effects of global warming, individuals and corporations alike are being asked to think about their carbon footprint and environmental impact. Getting to know how you use energy is the first step to knowing how to cut your consumption. Carbon… Read more »
Your household plumbing can be a recyclable goldmine of metals. After you understand the basics of each metal, it’s easy to identify them and even easier to take them to your local metal recycler and get some cash in return. Scrap metal composes 17.5% of litter collected across Australia, according to Clean Up Australia…. Read more »
Whether you are renovating the house, or simply replacing an old washing machine, you potentially have a goldmine of metals that can be recycled lying around your home. Just about every metal in consumer products today can be recycled into new products without losing quality. This means by bringing your used household products to… Read more »
Producing metal costs a lot, and it also takes a big toll on the environment. It consumes our limited mineral resources; it depends on mining, which can causes land degradation; it pollutes and consumes copious amounts of water; and it leaves an enormous carbon footprint in the way of tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions and… Read more »
It might not be one of the first things you’d consider when you’re thinking of ways to generate income, but there’s good money to be made in scrap metal. Whether you’re looking for a bit of extra cash, or just a responsible way to dispose of waste you’ve got lying around, scrap metal is a… Read more »