Scrap metals are a valuable resource that can be recycled and repurposed, contributing to the sustainable use of our planet’s resources. When it comes to managing scrap metals, one crucial aspect is the liquidation process. Liquidation involves converting these discarded materials into cash or reusable assets.
Sustainability is a large part of any industry, and at Morecambe Metals, we are always looking for new and creative ways to reduce and reuse our waste. Recycling scrap metal is a brilliant way to conserve natural resources and minimise the environmental impact that metal production has.
We are passionate about scrap metal recycling and its many benefits; from conserving natural resources to reducing energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, scrap metal recycling is vital in building a sustainable future for our planet.
The scrap metal industry is a key part of the UK economy, with over £1.4 billion per annum turnover. It is also highly regulated, with several different regulatory bodies involved in its regulation. This means that the people who buy scrap metal must follow specific rules to be able to sell this metal. It also helps to ensure that metals can’t be stolen, protecting those who no longer need their scrap metal.
At Morecambe Metals, we are passionate about scrap metal recycling and its many benefits. From conserving natural resources to reducing energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, scrap metal recycling plays a vital role in building a sustainable future for our planet.
If you own an end-of-life vehicle (ELV) that is no longer roadworthy, you may wonder what to do with it. While it may seem like a burden to dispose of your ELV, it can be a valuable resource if appropriately managed. Read on to discover the stages of depollution, recycling, and disposal and how our methods ensure the most out of your ELV; sustainably, legally, and financially.
Metal has been used for centuries in the construction of many buildings and structures, and as we turn to more sustainable resources, the popularity of metal is only increasing. It provides a valuable resource for many building and renovation projects, but what about scrap metal?
Eight million cars are scrapped across the UK every year, with the average age of the car being 15 years. This means that recycling facilities like ours are essential to the metal industry. Most of the components of a car can be recycled and provide new materials within the automotive and manufacturing industry.
It has been a tough few years for everyone within the trades, construction and even the scrap metal industry. As a proud local business in the scrap metal recycling sector, we fully appreciate that our customers will want to get the most value for their scrap metal. So, when it comes to selling your scrap metal, you will want to get the best price for your leftover materials.
We’d like to take a moment and thank you for stopping by; if you’re a new visitor, we hope you find everything you need, and for those returning visitors to our site, welcome back! Although our main mission is to help recycle scrap metal in Morecambe and the surrounding areas, we also believe in sharing essential information about our services and the metals we see on a daily business.
By 2023, most households will be using their recycle boxes to ensure that any materials which can be reused again are sent to be processed correctly. However, are you 100% sure which metal items can go into your recycle collection box? Plus, what about the metal you have from around the house which can’t be collected kerbside?