Compressor scrap is any unserviceable air conditioning or refrigeration compressor collected for the purpose of sale as scrap metal.
Compressor scrap is any unserviceable air conditioning or refrigeration compressor collected for the purpose of sale as scrap metal. The compressors are typically stored separately from other scrap metal for a number of reasons. The first is the potential presence of contaminants such as oil and residual refrigerant gas in the compressor housings. The second is the fact that the compressors are sealed units containing several types of metals requiring a separate billing system to that applied to single metal scrap material. These metals typically include aluminum, steel, cast iron, and copper.
Recycling saves money. It’s that simple. It’s in the best interest of all businesses to establish recycling programs. Recycling sets a good example for employees and surrounding businesses and ultimately reduces an organization’s footprint. Also, the environmental benefits of recycling are well known. The thriving scrap metal recycling industry is creating jobs and promoting economic
It takes far less energy to recycle metal rather than mine, purify and shape it.
Recycling metals also helps preserve key resources.
Scrap metals such as aluminum, copper, steel, brass, and iron can be reused many times to make many new products, such as:
All American Metals Recycling can offer metal collection services throughout the United States.
It depends on the type of metal and other conditions, including:
Like all commodities, metal prices change with supply and demand, and the cost of production.
As specialist buyers of works arising materials, we buy all grades of ferrous metals including heavy engineering grade carbon steels, through to lighter gauge mild steels and punching’s.
Our integrity is of paramount importance to us. All materials are weighed on our own fully calibrated electronic public weighbridges.