Scrap Metal Recycling in Northwich

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Scrap Metal Recycling in Northwich


Scrap Metal Recycling in NorthwichWhen selecting the best company to provide scrap metal recycling in Northwich, make sure that you entrust the work to a reputed and reliable one. At Fallon Bros, we have nearly four decades’ in depth experience and expertise in this sector. Established in 1972, we have gained an excellent reputation for our professional services and for offering the best rates in the industry. Our services are available to a wide range of clients, from large commercial businesses to the general public. Our top priority is to ensure that we remain in compliance with current industry regulations and that our customers get the benefit of dealing with a professional, eco-conscious team.

The scrap metal industry generally deals with a range of ferrous and non-ferrous metals, recycled from factories, automobiles, building construction, and waste goods. In Northwich, scrap metal recycling helps produce raw material for smelting of new usable metals from waste or unusable, old, damaged products. There are several trades bodies and associations that regulate the industry and all companies that handle scrap metal commercially have to abide by these norms. While selecting a company to recycle your scrap metal, ensure that it is a fully authorised and licensed organisation with all the necessary, valid certifications. Some companies specialise in one type of metal – for instance ferrous or non-ferrous, precious metals like gold, silver, and titanium which can be extracted from hardware, vehicles and electronics.

It’s best to leave the job of collecting and transporting it to professionals with proven experience in scrap metal recycling in Northwich. Contact Fallon Bros or visit our facility for more information and advice on safe and affordable scrap metal recycling. There are inherent risks involved in this industry, as handling scrap can be hazardous. Transportation and lifting operations, safe handling, risk of explosions, or radioactivity, are some of the risks that the industry has to face. New regulations like the End of Life regulations for the vehicle industry have resulted in very stringent accounting of waste materials after scrapping. Disposal of aerosols, and waste from the electrical and electronic industries are to be done in compliance with government regulations.