The term “scrap” is sometimes confused with waste, which couldn’t be farther from the truth. Unlike waste, scrap refers to material, namely metal, that may have become old, rusty and perhaps even broken, but it can be recycled and re-purposed. This largely covers vehicle parts, building material, surplus parts leftover after manufacturing and consumption, etc.
Scrap has significant monetary value apart from the positive implications recycling brings about on the environment.
Energy and natural resource conservation, reducing greenhouse emissions and huge savings in raw material, are just some of the advantages the scrap industry provides.
Scrap metal falls under two main categories: ferrous and non-ferrous. The former refers to any metal that may have iron ore content, while the latter has none. Iron, steel and stainless steel are the common varieties of recyclable ferrous metals. Copper, brass, aluminum, zinc, magnesium, tin, nickel, and lead are some examples of non-ferrous metals. Precious metals such as silver, gold and metal also constitute the non-ferrous type. Needless to say, they fetch a very high value.
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