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Ironically, ferrous metals are already with you! Ferrous metals including iron and steel are virtually everywhere you go and in almost everything you use each day. Even though they are highly abundant and in good supply to take to the … Continue reading

Iron & steel scrap, also referred to as ferrous material, can come to a scrapyard from end of life products or as waste from the manufacturing process. Ferrous metals and alloys contain iron; non-ferrous materials do not. But it’s not so … Continue reading

#5 Iridium Type of Metal: A member of the platinum group metals, iridium is white, resembling platinum, but with a slight yellowish cast. Because of its hardness, brittleness, and very high melting point, solid iridium is difficult to machine, form, … Continue reading

You’ll be surprised where this metal is used…

Have you ever heard of this one? Next time you are taking a flight to your destination, you’ll be thankful this one is around.

Besides the fact that metals hold their value, what makes them so special? We’re counting down the most valuable metals in this blog series to introduce you to the ‘richest’ metals around.

Cleaning out? Got some old rusty golf clubs? What about an outdated weight bench that isn’t getting used? Don’t throw it away! TT&E values your old junk items and will give you cash for them! Don’t Trash It! Take a … Continue reading