Scrap News

  • NYLON - Garbage to Gears

    by georgy - December 15, 2015 3457 Views

    70 year ago the U.S. chemical giant DuPont announced the significant invention in the history of industrial research":  NYLON. According to them it is as strong as steel and fine as a Read more

    Posted in : Nylon
  • PET Plastic: Pet Me, Iam Not a waste

    by georgy - December 11, 2015 3876 Views

    What is the ‘DESTINY’ of a plastic bottle after its use? Does it end up, only finding itself in a landfill, or can we use it to make something else? Everything we buy has a Read more

    Posted in : Plastic
  • Scrapping Wealth From Waste

    by georgy - December 10, 2015 6936 Views

    Are you confused to sort out the waste problem and need ground breaking ideas on how to deal with it? Are you looking to make money as well? There’s a huge amount of waste being generated in Read more

    Posted in : General
  • Electronics Scrap: Regaining Lost Ground

    by georgy - December 07, 2015 4218 Views

    In the past ten years the U.S. electronics recycling industry has shown tremendous growth. This developing segment of the scrap recycling industry provides a boost of approximately $20.6 billion, Read more

    Posted in : Electronics

    by georgy - December 04, 2015 3948 Views

    Iron and steel scrap, also referred to as ferrous scrap, and is obtained end-of-life products.  Waste ferrous scrap is recovered from automobiles, steel structures, household appliances, Read more

    Posted in : Metal
  • Copper – A Tribute To The World

    by georgy - December 02, 2015 3962 Views

    For nearly 5,000 years, copper was the only metal known to man. Today, it's one of the most used and reused of our "modern" metals. Copper has an infinite recyclable life and Read more

    Posted in : Copper
  • TUNGSTEN - How to Get It?

    by georgy - November 30, 2015 4605 Views

     How To Recover Tungsten Carbide From Tungsten Carbide Scrap? We are going to discuss particularly about recovering tungsten carbide from its scrap by a method called, “selective Read more

    Posted in : General
  • ALUMINIUM - The Designers Choice

    by georgy - November 26, 2015 3751 Views

    WHAT IS ALUMINUM? Aluminum was first produced in 1825 by Hans Christian Orsted, a physicist. Although he didn’t create a pure form of aluminum, his achievement led to further advances Read more

    Posted in : Metal
  • Glass Begets Glass - Recycling Glass

    by georgy - November 25, 2015 3790 Views

    Recycling Glass is the process of transforming waste glass into usable products. Glass waste should be segregated only by chemical composition, and then, depending on the end use and local Read more

    Posted in : Glass

    by benni - November 24, 2015 5413 Views

    ISRI CODE : DECOY consist of clean, segregated (normally accepted analysis grades) either 70/30, 80/20, 90/10 cupro nickel spinning’s, turnings, or borings. Particulars concerning Read more

    Posted in : ISRI Codes
  • SHIP BREAKING - Will This Industry Sink?

    by georgy - November 24, 2015 4755 Views

    Ship breaking or ship demolition is a process involving the breaking up of ships for either a source of parts, which can be sold for re-use, or for the extraction of raw materials, chiefly metal Read more

    Posted in : Metal

    by benni - November 22, 2015 9084 Views

    ISRI CODE: NOMAD consist of yellow brass turnings, free of aluminum, manganese and composition turnings, not to contain over 3% of free iron, oil or other moisture; to be free of grindings and Read more

    Posted in : ISRI Codes