We all know that metal takes entirely too long to break down and it is simply not worth the damage to the environment when it does. In fact, there are some important benefits to consider when it comes to recycling metals:
As the leading solution provider when it comes to metal recycling services in the Southeast, Intonu can work with your company, no matter how big or how small, to come up with a plan to turn your scrap into something useful.
We accept iron, steel, aluminum, copper, brass, lead, tin, gold, silver and various alloys at Intonu.
A few items in particular that we commonly process at our facility include:
Our staff at Intonu brings a customer service oriented focus when helping demolition contractors, general contractors, other recycling facilities, or the general public find the solutions they need.
It’s not difficult to see that recycling just makes sense. For example, aluminum is a type of metal that is commonly used in beverage cans and the U.S. is a leading consumer of these products. Inevitably, this means that a lot of aluminum is being thrown in the garbage by people who are unaware of the benefits of recycling. The reality, though, is that aluminum has a nearly infinite recycling potential! That means that a discarded aluminum can could easily be made into a new can, and eventually that can could be made into a new one, so on and so forth. As an added bonus, recycling aluminum cans is cheaper than manufacturing entirely new products!
Recycling your scrap metal simply makes sense— but now that you know that, how do you know which recycling company to choose?
When it comes to metal recycling, the most important thing is finding a company that has a solid commitment to stewardship. A facility that does not commit to providing sound recycling practices and upholding employee safety is one that can’t be trusted to make use out of every salvageable scrap of material they are given. On the other hand, finding a company that is dedicated to their cause and focuses on effective, environmentally-friendly processing services means finding a trustworthy partner who can help manage your growing recycling needs. At Intonu, our services are available to businesses of varied sizes as well as individuals, and we accept loads of any size.
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