Don't let your waste go to waste

If you run a manufacturing firm how do you deal with the scrap materials that are left over from your manufacturing processes? Almost every process is going to generate some level of waste whether that is leftover paper, plastic or metal. There is always something left at the end, and you need to dispose of that waste responsibly. It is often the scrap metal in particular which creates the greatest problem for manufacturers. [Read More]

Why You Should Use Plastic Pallets

There are several pallet materials used, and plastic comes along as one of the most beneficial to the users.  Pallets are mostly used for shipping goods, supporting the goods as they are being transported from one location to another. There are several reasons why you should make plastic pallets your number one choice for transporting merchandise. Exemptions Plastic pallets, by virtue of being plastic, are exempted from ISPM 15. ISPM 15 is an international standard that requires wood material thicker than 6mm to be treated before being used for shipment of goods between countries. [Read More]

Scrap metal recycling for smart devices

Anyone who is addicted to their smartphone or tablet knows how tempting it is to upgrade your device when a newer or faster model comes back. The technology in these devices continues to rapidly develop, and the ever increasing speed and performance makes new models exciting and even more useful. However, this has led to issues with a growing number of old devices that need to be disposed of.  Here are some hints to safely dispose of smart devices. [Read More]

Benefits of Recycling Scrap Metal

A wide range of metal such as copper, aluminium, iron and steel can be recycled to make other valuable things. Making products from recycled metals is quite cheap, as it uses less water and energy as compared with using raw materials. Besides, this practice reduces carbon emission to the environment. The practice of buying scrap metals by commercial recyclers has become a popular business in the recent years. Therefore, instead of disposing of your scrap metals to the landfill, it would be prudent to bring your metal scrap to a recycling facility. [Read More]