Scrap Metal Recycling Blog
With the tech industry growing at an accelerated rate, finding where to dispose of your old electronics should be just as important as choosing your new replacement.
It's National Data Privacy Day so we are protecting our important customer data and recycling (our favorite activity) at the same time using secure document shredding! Learn how you can do the same!
Working with Energy Star has helped us improve our energy management strategy and protect the environment through energy efficient practices. Learn more about Energy Star here!
Did you know that Auminum is the world's most recycled beverage container? Learn more about the life of your soda can here!
Being a LEED Gold Certified facility is an achievement worth celebrating in an environmentally conscious city like Portland.
In Portland, the city of bridges, the Steel Bridge is one of the most distinctive and versatile bridges spanning the Willamette, and it just had a milestone birthday!
Portland still boasts one of the largest collections of cast-iron architecture in the US thanks to several 19th century Oregon iron foundries.
Copper is one of the first metals used by humans. It was used in coins or ornamentations in 8000 B.C. and as tool in 5500 B.C.
While iron and steel are among the most commonly recycled metals, their non-ferrous counterparts like aluminum and copper are valued partly because they can be recycled many more times.
Living in Portland - a.k.a. Bridgetown - have you ever considered that the bridges you cross every day might be made from recycled parts of a car your family use to own?
You know who Iron Man and the Man of Steel are, but did you know that iron and steel are also the super heros of recycling?
We know that every little bit helps, but recycling scrap metal can make a BIG difference in our Northwest environment.