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From Metal to Secondary Raw Material

More and more metals are now being produced from recycled metals. Certain types of waste are resource pools for metal salvaging and recovery.

Metal-rich waste

Industrial and household waste, obsolete vehicles and end-of-life products contain ferrous metals, as do wires, tubes, cables, storage cells, pipe assemblies, roofs and alloys, which also contain non-ferrous metals such as aluminum, copper, lead or zinc.

Dedicated facilities

Collected from public authorities and companies, metal-containing waste is consolidated and transferred to a "scrap metal yard," a preparation facility that sorts, shears, torch-cuts and compacts metal-containing waste.

Two commercial channels

Prior to the above preparation, homogeneous batches of metal are sent directly to steelmakers, while the mixed batches are treated by a specialist responsible for separating the scrap, most of which will be reused to produce steel and non-ferrous metals.

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