It’s a hard question to answer, but hopefully you’ll find it easier with the more you scrap. Here’s some tips on helping you decide how to get the most value out of your scrap metal – by determining if you should “scrap it or sell it”. Continue reading →
Tips from experienced scrappers that will save you time and (hopefully) make you more money!
Keep Your Scrap Metal Safe
Unfortunately, some people take advantage of our hard work to scrap metal and try to steal it. It’s actually a big problem we face. Scrap metal pros know that having a safe, secure area to store your scrap will help deter thieves and prevent theft. Scrap metal is often lifted from businesses, construction sites and homes. Lock it up in a shed and/or install a high fence around your work area. This investment will not only save your scrap value but give you peace of mind. Continue reading →
We are huge advocates of environmental protection and it shows in the way we do business every day.
As a metal recycler, we keep millions of pounds of metal out of landfills and prevent mining for new metals. So when you bring your metal to us, you have a big impact on the environment. Even the way we recycle metal is better for the environment. We’ve invested in an eco-friendly shredder that is electric powered and water cooled. It has no negative effect on the environment! We also are reducing our carbon footprint with rooftop solar panels which have already offset 816,147 lbs of CO2 since installation.
This year, the world’s larger environmental movement, Earth Day April 22, is focused on ending plastic pollution. Just as we aim to keep metal from ending up in landfills, we can all do our part to keep plastic from polluting our planet, especially our beaches and oceans. Continue reading →
Let’s recognize some outstanding women that made history!
Women’s History Month is a yearly recognition of contributions that women have had to events in history and contemporary society. It is not only celebrated in the U.S., but also in the U.K. and Australia. This year, we would like to honor a few of the women and their achievements or inventions that have shaped our 21st century lives and contributed to advancements in technology, medicine and manufacturing. Continue reading →
It may come as a surprise, but metal is an important part of your health and is found in foods we eat. Some metals are excellent for improving your health and well-being, and others can be detrimental. This month, we are taking a look at the relationship of metals to our bodies to shed some light on something that goes unnoticed in our day-to-day lives.
Happy New Year!
To kick things off, we wanted to weigh-in on the basics about your scrap. When you bring a load of scrap metal to TT&E, you first get weighed at check-in. Then, after you drop off your scrap, we weigh you again on your way out. This ensures we get an accurate weight measurement which means you get accurate payment for your scrap. Here are a few things to keep in mind when visiting our scrap yard… Continue reading →
Can you name 12 items to scrap this holiday?
Some unique items you don’t normally come across all year can be recycled during the cold winter months and holidays. Many times, we re-use decorations or items year after year, and they finally wear out. Once this happens you can recycle them, make money and purchase a new one to replace it!
Here are 12 items you’ll probably use, re-use and then recycle: Continue reading →
Turkey Day is almost here! While you are thinking about all the things to be thankful for, we wanted to add a few to your list. We know you have a lot to plan for and things to do to entertain your guests. Here are the easiest Thanksgiving recipes to make the holiday less stressful and give more thanks for! Continue reading →
In the spirit of Halloween, we found the scariest metals with strange, spooky qualities. And if you did not know about them prior to seeing them you may be frightened by what they can do!
We found 4 metals with very weird physical properties, that under the right conditions, can act really bizarre whether they react with other metals or to variations in their environment. Continue reading →
Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead. You Can.
With the recent news of major hurricanes, earthquakes and wildfires happening, we couldn’t help but question: “Are we prepared?”. It’s not something we all enjoy thinking about, but having a plan in case the inevitable occurs will ensure that you know what to do in case of an emergency. Many of our customers are on the road frequently, so it’s important to think about a meetup place or options to provide others based on your location so that everyone is accounted for and safe. Continue reading →