Mon - Fri 7:00am to 4:30pm
Saturday 7:00am to 11:30am
Our prices are very competitive
We pay Cash, Cheque and EFT
Staff are friendly and approachable
Privately owned Australian company
Multiple sites across Queensland
Over 50 Years experience in Scrap Metal & Waste
Call us now for more information or simply drop into one of our branches with your scrap metal and photo ID, we will pay you cash on the spot for your scrap metal!
2145 Ipswich Road Oxley, QLD 4075
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Mon - Fri 7:00am to 4:30pm Saturday 7:00am to 11:30am
Almost all metals can be recycled. In fact, most metals can be recycled over and over again without altering their properties. Some of most popular metals that are recycled are aluminum, brass, bronze, cast iron, copper, steel and tin. According to American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI), steel is the most recycled material on the planet.
Scrap metal doesn’t always come from the things you expect, like construction debris and old cars. You can also find scrap metal in common household items such as frying pans, cooking tools, pop cans, tin cans, rebar, wires and pipes. Metal can also be found in electronic devices, but great care needs to be taken when breaking these down, since some items may contain hazardous chemicals and metals.
Ferrous metals mostly contain iron. They may have small amounts of other metals or elements which have been added during manufacture to give the required properties. Ferrous metals are magnetic and give little resistance to corrosion. Some examples of the ferrous metals we deal with include vehicle scrap metal, demolition site scrap metal and metal off cuts from manufacturing industries
Non-ferrous metals do not contain iron and are non magnetic. They are usually more resistant to corrosion than ferrous metals. Some examples of non-ferrous metals we deal with include, aluminium, copper, brass, lead, zinc and stainless steel.
No, you simply need to arrive at any site during our business hours and simply provide a valid drivers license to collect your cash
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