Recycling of aluminium scrap has been a long existing process, and the widespread
recycling of aluminium cans have become a remarkable noticeable factor for the public to realise the
importance of this metal scrap. In fact, recycling the aluminium scraps generally produces significant
cost savings over the production of new aluminium, even when the cost of collection, separation and
recycling are taken into account. Over the long term, even larger national savings are made when
the reduction in the capital costs associated with landfills, mines, and international shipping of raw
aluminium are considered.
The general sources from which we collect and supply alloy aluminium scraps usually
widely varied ranging from automobiles parts, bicycles, boats to computers, cookware, gutters,
siding, wire and many other products.