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Scrap Metal Recycling

Scrap Metal Recycling | Metal recycling | Scoop.it
Due to the ever-increasing demand of metals and due to the ever decreasing supply, scrap metal recycling has become necessary. Let us understand how to recycle metal and what are its benefits.
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How to earn money by selling your scrap metal? Here is the answer.

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Get contact information of Sims Metal Management in North Have

Sims Metal Mgmt- North Haven, Scrap Metal Yard in North Haven, Connecticut
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Sell your ferrous and non-ferrous scrap material to Sims Metal Management At best price in North Haven.

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Blog: Scrap Metal Recycling Updates - R.S. Davis

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Did you know that the soda can you had at lunch could be the same can you drink out of a few months from now?  An aluminum can’s life-(re)cycle is an average of 60 days long! Aluminum cans are also the worlds most recycled beverage container, making it even more possible that you are using at least a part of your can over again.

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What Are the Benefits of Recycling Aluminium?

What Are the Benefits of Recycling Aluminium? | Metal recycling | Scoop.it
Aluminum is commonly used in packaging. In fact, this ubiquitous material comprises 99 percent of all beer cans and 97 percent of all soft drink cans. These containers contribute to the 3.4 million ...
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What “Going Green” Means in California | Earth911.com

What “Going Green” Means in California | Earth911.com | Metal recycling | Scoop.it
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What “Going Green” Means in California So after deciding that if I am going to write articles about things in our lives that have an environmental impact, I would be a level 7 Paladin hypocrite if I didn't do something to pitch in myself. So next to my trashcan I put a smaller trash can for “recyclables”, and twice a week I drag it out to the city provided bin behind my house and dump it. I began to feel like I was doing my part. Until last night, that is …

 

I made my normal trip to the bin at the end of my driveway, when I lifted the recycling bin lid I was greeted by what I can only describe as the largest and angriest possum ever to scuttle the planet. A scream exited my body, that I can’t reproduce if I wanted to, that was somewhere in the pitch range between a 6 year-old girl and some species of tree-dwelling rain forest monkey. I’m pretty sure there was a couple of seconds that only the neighborhood dogs could hear. The bag of glass bottles and cans was wind milled and ejected into the alley as I ran back to the house at a speed that belied my age and size.

The next morning in the safety of the morning sun I found myself somewhat shamefully cleaning up my mess from my minor moment of possum weakness. As I collected the shards of bottles scattered across my driveway, I noticed something I never paid attention to. On the bottom of almost every bottle was raised lettering that said “CA CRV 5 cents”. It never occurred to me that the glass bottles that I was throwing away were worth anything, and apparently they are … In California.

The road snacks would have to wait.

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