Purchasing non-ferrous materials

Huge amounts of non-ferrous waste are generated by ordinary households as well as by the industry whose waste includes used machinery parts, production waste as well as all kinds of fixtures and batteries. We are aware how important recycling of non-ferrous metals is for the economy and that is why we purchase scrap metal and prepare it to be returned to the market in the form of new products.

We are able to utilize any type of scrap metal, however, we are especially interested in the following types of non-ferrous metal:

  • aluminum and copper scrap and electrical waste such as wire, cables, rails, etc.
  • aluminum and magnesium alloy scrap such as shavings, profiles, casts, structural elements, containers, tin sheets, packaging, etc.
  • brass, bronze and copper scrap and waste – production waste, used machinery parts, industrial and household fixtures, sorted shavings, mixed shavings, dust, dross, etc.
  • Zn and ZnAl scrap and waste such as roof flashing elements, water troughs, roof claddings, used automotive parts, carburetors, etc.
  • lead scrap and waste such as cable jackets and sheaths, sheets, weights, seals, screens, acid batteries, alkaline batteries, battery plates.
  • tin scrap and waste such as pieces, shavings, dross, bearing surfaces, etc.
  • nickel scrap and waste such as elements of cells, used anodes, cubes, etc.
  • Cr-Ni scrap and waste such as used parts of machinery and assembly lines, manufacturing waste, instruments and chemical plant equipment, elements of food-processing lines, tanks, cisterns, sheets, packaging, kitchen utensils, etc.