Perhaps you just completed your construction project and have a ton of scrap metal left over and you’re wondering what you should do with it; or your manufacturing company generates a large amount of scrap metal that is taking up storage space in your industrial establishment. Whatever the case, you have an option of selling the scrap metal to scrap metal buyers and make extra money. Luckily, scrap metal recycling companies accept different types of scrap metals.
If you have scrap metal that you’re looking to sell and make some money, do not hesitate to contact M&M Recycling. We accept all ferrous and non-ferrous materials. We also offer affordable same or next day dumpster rentals for your scrap metals.
Why Recycling Scrap Metal Is Important
Recycling scrap metal not only helps to keep waste scrap out of the landfills, but also comes with economic benefits. The recycling industry creates millions of job opportunities, which translates to a lower unemployment rate and a higher GDP. In addition, the U.S. exports millions of tonnes of scrap metal to other countries, which translates to economic growth.
Through scrap metal recycling, we can preserve resources and conserve the environment. Recycling scrap metal is much cheaper than mining and refining metals from virgin ores. Since recycling requires a lot less energy compared to mining virgin ores, it helps in reducing emissions and energy conservation.
There are many other benefits of recycling scrap metal. It’s important that everyone does their part to preserve resources, conserve energy, and contribute to economic development by supporting scrap metal recycling. At M&M Recycling, we make it easy for you to sell scrap metal.
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Items You Cannot Recycle
M&M Recycling offers reliable scrap metal recycling for individuals and businesses. Whether you’re looking to sell some scrap metal lying around your home and make extra money, or you own a business that specializes in collecting scrap metal, we’ve got you covered. We buy scrap metal at competitive prices and accept a wide range of ferrous and nonferrous materials including copper, brass, cast iron, aluminum, and more.
Contact us today if you have any questions.