Metal Waste

Metal Waste Recycling

We are here to help you include your metal waste in the recycling process to highlight your environmental awareness. As a company specialized in metal waste recycling, we evaluate your metal waste with our innovative approach and high quality service. Our company specializes in collecting, sorting and recycling various types of metal waste. We accept a variety of metals such as aluminum, steel, iron, copper, lead, nickel and more. We collect your metal waste responsibly, separate it properly and deliver it to our recycling facilities.

With our fast and reliable service, we assign our trained personnel to collect and process your metal waste on a regular basis. By determining the most suitable collection and transportation method for you, we save your time and resources. In addition, we contribute to the production of quality and reusable metal products by using the latest technologies in the recycling process.


Collecting metal waste is the first step. This can be done by waste collection centres, recycling facilities or scrap collectors. Waste collection points are determined and wastes are collected regularly.

Separation and Classification

Collected metal wastes are separated and classified according to their types and components. At this stage, different types of metals (for example, iron, steel, aluminum, copper, lead, nickel, etc.) are separated from each other.


The separated metal wastes are processed and made usable. This process can often involve cleaning, shredding or melting the waste. For example, aluminum waste can be melted into aluminum ingots.

Melting or Reprocessing

Some metal waste is melted down and reshaped into new metal products. This means that metals such as aluminum, steel or copper are melted down and used in the production of new products.


The processed metal wastes can be used in the production of new products or reuse of existing products. For example, new beverage cans can be produced using recycled aluminum or new auto parts can be produced using recycled steel.