Zinc Recycling

Zinc is a slightly brittle metal at room temperature and has a blue-silvery appearance when oxidation is removed. It’s chemical element symbol is Zn and atomic number 30. Zinc is also essential for the metabolism of all living organisms.

What are the different types of zinc?
  • Zinc
  • Roofing Zinc
The benefits of using Zinc
  • A versatile natural element with a wide range is uses.
  • Zincs properties are valued in many industries.
  • It protects steel from corrosion by hot-dip galvanizing.
  • Economic benefits in terms of life-cycle costs.
  • Improved air quality in many industrialized countries.
Zinc roofing / Zinc recycling

At the end of its life, rolled zinc products in building applications have traditionally been recovered by roofers and plumbers. Old zinc is also collected from building renovation work such as rainwater system replacements, roof replacements and the demolition of old buildings.

Zinc recycling has a closed-loop lifecycle

Zinc is a metal that can be recycled infinitely and does not lose physical and chemical characteristics in this process.

Recycling zinc can recover more than 80%

The reclamation rate of zinc is more than 80% – meaning a high amount of zinc available for recycling is indeed recycled.

Zinc recycling for commercial businesses in the UK

We collect, purchase and recycle non-ferrous metals including zinc from businesses across Kent. If your business produces any of the mentioned scrap waste, sending them to recycling centres can be an additional source of profit for your organisation.

Give Reclamet a call today on:
Tel: 01843 823554 / 01843 823224
Scrap metal types

Further reading about zinc:
Zinc – Wikipedia

Recycling Scrap Zinc Nickel
Recycling Zinc Scrap Bolts
Scrap Zinc Roof Sheets
Zinc Nickel Scrap Plating

Zinc Recycling

Zinc is a slightly brittle metal at room temperature and has a blue-silvery appearance when oxidation is removed. It’s chemical element symbol is Zn and atomic number 30. Zinc is also essential for the metabolism of all living organisms.

What are the different types of zinc?
  • Zinc
  • Roofing Zinc
The benefits of using Zinc
  • A versatile natural element with a wide range is uses.
  • Zincs properties are valued in many industries.
  • It protects steel from corrosion by hot-dip galvanizing.
  • Economic benefits in terms of life-cycle costs.
  • Improved air quality in many industrialized countries.
Zinc roofing / Zinc recycling

At the end of its life, rolled zinc products in building applications have traditionally been recovered by roofers and plumbers. Old zinc is also collected from building renovation work such as rainwater system replacements, roof replacements and the demolition of old buildings.

Zinc recycling has a closed-loop lifecycle

Zinc is a metal that can be recycled infinitely and does not lose physical and chemical characteristics in this process.

Recycling zinc can recover more than 80%

The reclamation rate of zinc is more than 80% – meaning a high amount of zinc available for recycling is indeed recycled.

Zinc recycling for commercial businesses in the UK

We collect, purchase and recycle non-ferrous metals including zinc from businesses across Kent. If your business produces any of the mentioned scrap waste, sending them to recycling centres can be an additional source of profit for your organisation.

Other zinc recycling types and usages:

Zinc Roofing Materials, Car Bodies, Street Lamp Posts, Safety Barriers, Suspension Bridges, Die Casting, Automobile Industry, Electrical Industry, Hardware Industry, Brass, Nickel Silver, Aluminium Solder, Zinc Blende, Galvanizing, Chain Link Fencing, Guard Rails, Suspension Bridges, Lightposts, Metal Roofs, Heat Exchangers, Commercial Bronze, Zinc Alloy, Typewriter Metal, Soft Solder, Pipe Organs, Spin Casting, Prestal, Zinc Sheets, Stamping Dies, Building Facades, Roofing, Sheet Metal, Zinc Alloys With Titanium, Zinc Alloy Electroplating, Zinc Rod, Zinc Ribbon, Zinc Bar, Zinc Hull Anodes Rod Pencil Strip, Zinc Nickel Plating.

Give Reclamet a call today on:
Tel: 01843 823554 / 01843 823224
Scrap metal types

Further reading about zinc:
Zinc – Wikipedia

Recycling Scrap Zinc Nickel
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