Recycling saves resources and supports the environmental awareness. Metals in particular can be recycled as often as desired without losing quality. In secondary production, considerable amounts of energy can be saved compared to the primary production of metals. Thus, the recovery of recyclable materials is usually cheaper than the initial production. Conveying – screening – classifying – separating! Ideally equipped for this with the all-round carefree package of IFE, which offers the perfect solution for all types of ferrous and non-ferrous metals. In this way, recovered metal can be further processed or returned to the production cycle.
Clayton County Recycling's (CCR) Inc. metal recycling facilities are located in the Midwestern United States. They collect, process, recycle and trade both ferrous and non-ferrous metals. The scrap metals CCR receives are primarily from the industrial sector, but also from auto recyclers and various individual contracts (e.g., demolition material from buildings with steel construction). Customers for the metals recovered in this process are steel mills and foundries.