ALUMINUM


Aluminum is the most recycled metal by now, with a complex process where several factors occur. Its recovery process and applications got a lot of possibilities, due to it can be recovered almost in a 100%.

COPPER


Copper it’s a very recycled material, due to its high demand, that is mostly covered by recycling.

STAINLESS STEEL


One of the most used and recycled metals, stainless steel saves up to 76% of the energy used in the process, and near 34% of it if is reused.

STEEL


The scrap of ferrous and non-ferrous metals can be classified as “scrap of origin” or “purchased scrap”. The scrap of origin is scrap generated in the factory, refinery, or foundry, and, in general, is recovered and used again in the same plant. Steel recycling includes the scrap of old vehicles, appliances, steel beams, railroad tracks, ships, and food containers and other containers.

ZINC


Zinc is completely recyclable, not losing its physical and chemical properties.  Currently almost 30% of the zinc consumed is obtained through recycling. The level at which it is recycled has increased at the same rate as the progress in the technology used in its production.

BRASS


The bronze is a metallic alloy of copper and tin, it can be completely recycled, without losing any of its qualities during the process.

MAGNESIUM


The recycling of magnesium has increased in a great way in recent years, one of its benefits is that by going through the process it does not lose any of its properties, so it can be recycled again and again.

PLASTICS


The recycling of plastic is the process of recovery of plastic waste. The three main purposes of recycled plastic are direct reuse, the use as raw material for the manufacture of new products and their conversion as fuel or as new chemical products. Before recycling, plastics are classified according to their type of resin. Although several methods have been used over time to distinguish resins, infrared is currently used. After separating, they are crushed and impurities are removed, such as paper labels. Then it is melted and divided into small spheres that are subsequently used for the manufacture of other products.

An alloy is a combination with  metallic properties, which is composed of two or more solid metallic elements.
+ ALUMINUM

ALUMINUM


Aluminum is the most recycled metal by now, with a complex process where several factors occur. Its recovery process and applications got a lot of possibilities, due to it can be recovered almost in a 100%.

+ COPPER

COPPER


Copper it’s a very recycled material, due to its high demand, that is mostly covered by recycling.

+ STAINLESS STEEL

STAINLESS STEEL


One of the most used and recycled metals, stainless steel saves up to 76% of the energy used in the process, and near 34% of it if is reused.

+ STEEL

STEEL


The scrap of ferrous and non-ferrous metals can be classified as “scrap of origin” or “purchased scrap”. The scrap of origin is scrap generated in the factory, refinery, or foundry, and, in general, is recovered and used again in the same plant. Steel recycling includes the scrap of old vehicles, appliances, steel beams, railroad tracks, ships, and food containers and other containers.

+ ZINC

ZINC


Zinc is completely recyclable, not losing its physical and chemical properties.  Currently almost 30% of the zinc consumed is obtained through recycling. The level at which it is recycled has increased at the same rate as the progress in the technology used in its production.

+ BRASS

BRASS


The bronze is a metallic alloy of copper and tin, it can be completely recycled, without losing any of its qualities during the process.

+ MAGNESIUM

MAGNESIUM


The recycling of magnesium has increased in a great way in recent years, one of its benefits is that by going through the process it does not lose any of its properties, so it can be recycled again and again.

+ PLASTICS

PLASTICS


The recycling of plastic is the process of recovery of plastic waste. The three main purposes of recycled plastic are direct reuse, the use as raw material for the manufacture of new products and their conversion as fuel or as new chemical products. Before recycling, plastics are classified according to their type of resin. Although several methods have been used over time to distinguish resins, infrared is currently used. After separating, they are crushed and impurities are removed, such as paper labels. Then it is melted and divided into small spheres that are subsequently used for the manufacture of other products.

+ SPECIAL ALLOYS
An alloy is a combination with  metallic properties, which is composed of two or more solid metallic elements.