Actually, recycling isn’t such a new idea. Already as early as 3,000 BC, weapons and tools made of bronze were melted down and thus recycled. And today, almost half of the steel in Germany is made of scrap. This makes the material with the slightly derogatory name an impressive example of how seemingly poor ingredients can lead to a result of high purity and quality. Other important scrap or metal fractions that can be extracted with the necessary knowhow, are for example aluminium, brass or zinc. At the international capital markets, such materials are a strong currency. Therefore we are also experienced in the trade with these desired materials.
We take over steel scrap of all sorts and origins, such as new waste from production processes, old and mixed scrap, machine cast parts, steel chips etc. Thanks to our modern vehicle fleet and versatile container systems we are able to accept the material directly at your facility. Of course this happens in accordance with applicable waste and environmental law, highest quality standards and based on a fair compensation system.