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Frequently asked questions
What are ferrous metals?
Ferrous metals are metals like wrought iron, cast iron, cast steel and steel. The thing that these all have in common is that they all contain an iron compound. Ferrous metals are used in items such as cans, automobiles, cookers and stoves. All ferrous metals are magnetic in nature.
What are non-ferrous metals?
Non-ferrous metals don’t contain an iron compound and are non-magnetic. Metals such as lead, copper, brass, bronze and aluminium are classed as non ferrous. You can tell if a metal is non-ferrous depending on whether it is magnetic. A magnet will not attach to a non-ferrous metal but will on a ferrous metal.
How do I get best metal prices?
If you have scrap metal to sell and recycle & are looking for the top scrap prices locally in Kent. Look no further than Reclamet.
We offer the best price for your scrap metals. Professional and friendly service and metal collection is available to the local area.
Why do we recycle metals?
Metals are valuable materials that can be recycled without degrading their properties. Scrap metal has value, which motivates people to collect it for sale for recycling. Also, metal recycling brings a financial incentive.
There are also environmental benefits when recycling scrap metals.
What is commercial metal waste?
Does your business need to recycle metal waste? Turn your scrap metal into money. We offer a collection service for commercial and industrial customers.
Reclamet, licensed waste carrier and authorised treatment facility (ATF) based in Thanet, Kent.
How can I protect the environment?
The recycling of metals helps to preserve natural resources while requiring less energy. New products using virgin raw materials uses much more energy resources. Recycling generates less harmful gasses and carbon dioxide. It also allows manufacturing businesses to reduce their production costs.
What are the recycling challenges?
The current metal recycling rate of around 30 percent is not acceptable. Most metals can be recycled and challenges remain to recapture material for recycling.
Our aim is to increase the amount of metals being recycled for a sustainable future.