Miami metal recycling entails the systematic collection of scrap metal, of all types, at the end of their beneficial lifetime, and sorting them based on quality and alloy types. Through a specific specialized step process, the scrap metal is eventually made into brand-new products from the recycled metals.

The stages of Metal Recycling:

  • Collection
  • Sorting
  • Processing
  • Melting
  • Purification
  • Solidifying
  • Transportation of Metal Bars

Metals can be recycled frequently without altering their properties. According to the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI), steel is the most recycled material around world. Other highly recycled metals include aluminum, copper, silver, gold, and brass.

If you or your business is in the Miami area, BMC Recycling can help with your scrap metal requirements and removal.  We can remove any type of scrap metal and put money in your pocket. Metals are valuable. Along with some financial incentive, there’s also an ecological imperative. The recycling of compounds allows us to conserve natural resources while using less power to manufacture new goods using virgin raw materials. The recycling process releases less carbon dioxide and other dangerous gasses than the processing of raw materials. Furthermore, it saves money and allows manufacturing companies to decrease their production price.

Here are a few facts to think about when considering recycling your Miami Scrap Metal:

  • In the United States alone, around 100 million steel and tin cans are used every day.
  • Steel and iron are the most recycled materials in the world due in part to the opportunity to recover large structures as well as the ease of reprocessing. The use of magnets in the sorting process enables recyclers to easily separate them from the mixed waste stream.
  • Every year, around 400 million tons of metal is recycled worldwide.

Metals can be classified as ferrous, or non-ferrous. Ferrous metals are combinations of iron with carbon. Some common ferrous metals include carbon steel, alloy steel, wrought iron, and cast iron. On the other hand, non-ferrous metals include aluminum, copper, lead, zinc, and tin. Precious metals are non-ferrous. The most common precious metals include gold, platinum, silver, iridium, and palladium.

Call us today to learn how BMC Recycling can turn your Miami scrap metal into CASH! (214)493-8363