2017 has been a momentous year for the team here at Morecambe Metals. With success after success we can’t help but marvel in our hard work and its positive paybacks, and with the year drawing to a close, we thought it perfect timing to take a look back at the year in review alongside just a few of its many highlights.
Working in a clean and unobstructed workplace is important for productivity and satisfaction. When doing factory work, it’s natural for waste to accumulate, which then needs to be removed. Factory clearance removes this unwanted scrap metal and waste so that you can work in an uncluttered and safe environment and not worry about having to deal with it yourself. Continue reading “Benefits of Factory Clearances”
The team here at Morecambe Metals aren’t strangers to a little bit of success, and we are proud to announce that in the last annum we have a fantastic piece of news to share with our customers!
We have only gone and conquered the world of scrap metal and have managed to buy and process the largest amount that we have ever accomplished!
We have many years of experience and knowledge in the scrap metal recycling industry, so we are capable of offering a wide range of services to a variety of businesses. If you’re a tradesman who needs to dispose of metal or have it recycled, we can help. Continue reading “Spotlight on Trade: What We Can Provide for Tradesmen”
At Morecambe Metals, we have to take the environment and the way in which we approach legislation throughout this industry seriously. Not only are there legal obligations to keep in mind, there are also ethical elements that we must take into consideration if we are to ensure that our impact on the environment is as positive as can be. Continue reading “Environment-Saving Processes at Morecambe Metals”
When it comes to industrial premises and commercial waste, a comprehensive and high-quality service from a specially trained crew is important to proper practices. So, what is commercial waste, and keeping in mind the types of metals and other materials which can be found at these commercial locations, what can actually be recycled?