Metal Recycling

Metal waste refers to discarded materials that are composed primarily of metal or metal alloys. It includes various items such as cans, packaging materials, construction scraps, automotive parts, appliances, and machinery. Metal waste can be categorized into ferrous metals (containing iron) and non-ferrous metals (without iron), each with its own recycling processes.

Ferrous metal waste, such as steel and iron, is commonly recycled by melting it down and reforming it into new products. Non-ferrous metals, including aluminum, copper, brass, and various alloys, are also recycled through melting and purification processes.

Furthermore, recycling metal waste helps in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, as it requires significantly less energy compared to primary metal production.

Green Colour Code Waste Treatment always adhere to government regulations and guidelines for proper metal waste disposal and recycling.

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