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Have something broken lying around your home, but not sure if you can recycle it? Or even what metal it is? Discover these common brass items around your home, and get paid to recycle at Metro Recycling!
When you recycle household appliances, did you know the electric motor is a prime candidate for scrap recycling? Since electric motors are mostly comprised of metallic components, mainly copper and aluminum, they are almost 100% recyclable.
Since 1970, Earth Day has encouraged communities to protect the environment by recycling, protecting wildlife, and reducing waste.
How are you celebrating Earth Day? Explore these ideas to help protect our planet
Getting a jumpstart on spring cleaning? Clean out your garage and make money back on your old lawn and garden items when you recycle at Metro Recycling!
What better way is there to celebrate Valentine’s Day—and the whole month of love—than by showing your planet some love?
If your New Year’s resolution is to help the environment, here’s why you should consider recycling.
Everyone knows recycling helps safeguard the environment. But did you know it helps the economy, too?
It’s almost time to host holiday gatherings and parties. All is merry and bright—until you realize you could be throwing cash in the trash!
Have you heard that Metro Recycling is now picking up your scrap cars? Have you ever wondered what happens to your old faithful car or truck after it lands in one of our yards? Then this blog is for you. Buckle up as we drive through the process of car and truck recycling!
Approximately 12-15 million cars and trucks reach the end of their useful lives each year. These cars and trucks have one last stop before being reused! Cars and trucks that are recycled are a valuable source for spare parts. These facilities are known salvage yards, scrap yards, auto dismantling yards, and auto recyclers, just to name a few! In this blog, we will discuss what car and truck recycling is, what the benefits are, and a brief overview of the process.
When Christmas is over, presents are all unwrapped, and family has come and gone what should you do with all the left over wrapping paper, boxes, packing essentials, and Christmas tree? Here are some ideas on how to recycle and upcycle these items!