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Why You Shouldn't Put Aluminum in the Garbage

Why You Shouldn't Put Aluminum in the Garbage

Scrap metal recycling is a great way to earn cash for unwanted metal. However, misinformed people confuse recycling with disposal and dump it in the trash. Not only does this contaminate regular garbage, but it's illegal! M&M Recycling can help you to increase your amount of scrap metal sales.

M&M Recycling is a scrap metal recycling company started by two brothers who learned to appreciate the value of recycling Aluminum in their family's recycling business. It pains us to see perfect Aluminum going into the garbage when it could be recycled into something beautiful and valuable. We decided to start a business that would make it simple to recycle this much-needed resource.

M&M Recycling is the perfect option if you need help recycling your used commercial and industrial aluminum products. We handle the logistics of collecting and transporting materials while providing you with the best prices to buy new Aluminum.

Recycling Aluminum

Aluminum is one of the most valuable metals to recycle, and it's lightweight, durable, and easy to mold into various shapes. Unfortunately, many people don't realize that aluminum cans can be recycled again and again. When you toss an aluminum can in the garbage, it ends up in a landfill where it will stay for over 100 years before it eventually breaks down.

Recycling Aluminum is easy and inexpensive. Recycling just one aluminum can saves 95% of the energy that would have been used to make a new one from raw materials! That means less pollution from mining and processing raw materials and less greenhouse gas emissions from transportation.

The scrap metal industry has been around for centuries and has always played an essential role in helping people across America make money from unwanted metal items like old cars, appliances, plumbing pipes, etc. A scrap metal company will also help protect our environment by recycling metals like aluminum cans into new products that we use every day, like cars and computers.

Aluminum is a robust and lightweight metal used in many products, including cars, airplanes, cans, and foil. If you recycle aluminum cans, you'll save energy and reduce pollution because it takes only 5 percent of the energy to produce new aluminum cans that it takes to produce new steel cans. Recycling just 100 cans saves enough energy to power your TV for three hours.

Helping The Environment

When you put aluminum foil in the garbage, it ends up in landfills that can take centuries to decompose—burning or burying aluminum foil releases harmful chemicals into the air. This not only damages the environment but also makes people sick.

Supporting Your Community

Scrap metal recycling creates jobs locally and improves air quality by reducing air pollution caused by transporting raw materials long distances. Recycling conserves our natural resources and saves money for everyone involved. When recyclable materials are sent to landfills instead of being recycled, we're wasting valuable resources that we could be using again and again if we simply recycled them instead.

Recycling With M&M Recycling

Aluminum is one of the most abundant materials in the Earth's crust. But recycling aluminum uses 95% less energy than making it from raw materials, and each recycled can will yield 3.5 lbs of pure Aluminum. Most curbside recycling services will not accept household aluminum for safety reasons.

M&M Recycling picks up your recyclables and many more items too.

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