Like most raw materials, the price of scrap metal fluctuates regularly. The good news for you, though, is that with current demands, recycling and reclamation prices are higher than they have been in years. This means it’s a good business investment to not let your scrap metal go to waste. If you’ve got construction cast-off, it’s time to cash in on your metal odds and ends. All that glitters isn’t gold, but with ASM recycling, you sure can turn that heap of rusty metal into a pile of cash.
by Bonner Williams·Comments Off on ASM Recycling: The cleanup crew that works for you
Construction is messy. Heaps of scrap metal pile up faster than you’d imagine. Sure, the construction process is exciting. But demo can leave you with a heap of headache on your hands because no one wants to talk about a key part of the process: cleanup.
by Bonner Williams·Comments Off on Making the Best Use of ASM’s Ferrous Recycling Services
You know you’ve been there—we all have. Piles of metal scraps heaped up everywhere. You know something needs to be done about it all, but you’re not quite sure about how to get rid of it, let alone get rid of it ethically in a way that supports our environment. That’s where ASM steps in.
by Bonner Williams·Comments Off on Recycle the Right Way with Premium Commercial ASM Recycling
Growth so frequently comes with its growing pains. No matter if you’re building a new addition, reworking a current structure, or tearing down the old to make way for the new, chances are you probably have a good bit of used and spare industrial metal on hand. The good news is we can help you clear the way for new things while helping you get a return on the recycle cost of those materials at ASM Recycling.
by Bonner Williams·Comments Off on Economic Impacts of Scrap on the United States
In the United States, recycling is slowly becoming the standard for many major industries. For green industries like industrial scrap metal recyclers, however, it’s an everyday norm. But recycling metal isn’t only good for the environment – the U.S. economy also gets a boost from favorable scrap metal costs. Here, Mobile, Alabama’s ASM Recycling, Inc. takes a closer look at the impacts industrial metal recycling has on the U.S. economy, as well as how the COVID-19 pandemic is expected to affect the scrap metal industry.
by Bonner Williams·Comments Off on Industrial (And Recyclable) Applications of Brass
Brass is a non-ferrous metal, which means that it doesn’t contain iron and is not magnetic. Instead, it is comprised of a combination of copper and zinc. Depending on the specific amounts of copper and zinc it contains, brass can be made softer or harder and used in a wide variety of applications.
by Bonner Williams·Comments Off on The Many Benefits of Industrial Copper Recycling
Scrap recycling has a huge economic impact, generating more than $109 billion every year and employing some half a million people, but the benefits of industrial copper recycling propel that impact even further. In addition to being long-lasting and durable enough to be reused again and again, copper is prime material for recycling. For businesses eager to “do their part” for the environment as well as their community and their own brand, ASM Recycling, Inc. offers a chance to turn old copper into something new.
by Bonner Williams·Comments Off on Finding Materials for Recycling Industrial Aluminum
Recycling industrial aluminum helps preserve a metal that’s lightweight, corrosion-resistant and durable, but those benefits are just the beginning. From conserving energy to reducing material costs, recycling nonferrous metals like aluminum is a financial and environmental win-win — all you must do is identify where aluminum is hiding in your industry and send it to the right people for processing. ASM Recycling, Inc., welcomes reclaimed industrial aluminum from a variety of sources and helps give it new life.
by Bonner Williams·Comments Off on How Businesses Are Reusing Nonferrous Metals in Mobile, Alabama
Every year, the United States generates a whopping nine million tons of iron-free scrap that could easily end up tossed into landfills, but reusing nonferrous metals is a smart way to make the most of this precious commodity. Learn how recycling and reusing common materials with the help of ASM Recycling, Inc. could pad your bank account and save the environment at the same time.
by Bonner Williams·Comments Off on The Most Active Industries That Recycle Scrap Metal in Mobile, Alabama
Most people have gotten used to separating their cardboard and plastic from their trash at home, but commercial recycling programs take eco-friendly practices to exciting new levels. A quick look at the industries that recycle scrap metal most tells us who is making the effort to put Mother Nature first, and the experts at ASM Recycling, Inc. are happy to help those pro-environment efforts become reality.