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  1. How to Discard Scrap Metal Properly

    When it comes to ridding out your home or business of unwanted items, it can be a daunting task. This holds especially true when you have items that aren’t qualified to be picked up by your regular garbage collector. Scrap metal tends to be one of these items. In today’s article, we’re going to walk you through the most effective way to discard of your unwanted scrap metal. Collect All Your Metal into One Location Part of staying organized during the whole cleaning process is making designated areas of your items. If you’re cleaning out your home, you may want to put garbage items in one area and metal in another. Just be sure to keep all your metal components in one general location so it’s easier to go through them later on in the disposal process. Create Separate Metal Piles You’ll want to do yourself a favor and do this from the very start. Once you know where you’re going to be putting all your unwanted metal items, it’s time to designate particular areas. Depending on the different types of metals that you’ll be getting rid of, you’ll want to have separate piles. The most common are steel, iron, copper, and tin. Different metal materials will bring in different prices from a scrap dealer. Having your metals sorted ahead of time will help make the selling process much easier. Call up a Scrap Metal Buyer Scrap metal has become a big business for many. We’re sure you’ve seen an advertisement or two about businesses that will buy your old scrap metal. Some advertise about scrap cars while others advertise about any type of scrap. Do yourself a favor and contact a local scrap metal buyer in your area. Look for one that will come out to your location and pick up the items on sight. This will save you the hassle of having to transport the items. This is one great way to get some money out of your unwanted metal items. Contact Local Scrap Yards If you have a pickup and transportation isn’t a big issue for you, then contacting a local scrap yard may be a better option for you. You can simply load up the unwanted metal items, deliver them to the scrap yard, and get a check in return. In most cases, the scrap yard will weigh the scrap that you’re delivering to give you an accurate price per ton of the type of metal that you’re disposing of. Discarding of unwanted scrap metal isn’t too difficult to do. It’s important to have a game plan from the very beginning to ensure that you’ll be easily able to complete the project quickly. Be sure to check with both scrap metal buyers and local scrap yards to see what you can get price-wise for your items.