Steel recycling greatly reduces pullutants entering the environment. Recycling steel is also a less expensive way to produce new steel.
Steel is the most recycled product in the Unites States. Americans recycle more steel than they recycle plastic, paper, aluminum and glass combined. Unlike other recycled products like recycled aluminum, recycled copper, recycled brass, steel does not loose any of its durability when it is recycled.
Through our steel recycling efforts in the United States we save enough power to light the city of Los Angles for one year.
Recycled steel cans are used to make cars, household appliances, bridges, construction materials, i-beams, lawnmovers, garage doors, steel fences etc.
Every time a ton of steel is recycled, 2500 pounds of iron ore, 1000 pounds of coal and 40 pounds of limestones are preserved.
Roughly 600 steel cans are recycled every second which equates to nearly 19 billion cans of recycled steel cans a year.
More than 28 percent of the average new steel can consists of recycled steel. Steel’s overall recycling rate was calculated at 65.2 percent for 1996.
Scrap metal recycling yards are the main source for collecting steel for recycling. Scrap metal yards work with both commerical steel recycling companies, and individual steel recyclers. For more information on Steel recycling, Steel Recycling Phoenix, Steel Recycling Tempe and Steel Recycling Prices, call I Buy Scrap Steel Recycling or visit www.i-buy-scrap.com/faq
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