Yearly Archives: 2017

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ENTREC: Wrexham’s Local Scrap Metal Recycler

Attention all Wrexham Businesses!

There’s never been a better time to recycle your scrap metal, and with Entrec on your doorstep there’s no reason not to recycle and make some extra cash.

We accept all types of scrap metal, including ferrous metals such as:

Industrial scrap
Farm machinery
Steel
Light iron
End of life vehicles (cars, trucks, vans – any vehicle)

We also recycle all non-ferrous metals, including:

Copper
Aluminium
Brass
Lead
Steel
Nickel alloys
Electrical Cable
Catalytic converters
Batteries
Tungsten

We work with a host of companies throughout North Wales, from a range of different industries. Whether you’re a demolition contractor, local business, manufacturer or […]

25th October 2017|

Why You Should Recycle Your Farm Machinery

If your farm is stocked with scrap metal, you’re sitting on a great source of income! At Entrec, we pay for scrap metal by weight, and old farm machinery makes for excellent scrap metal because it’s so heavy. Bring us what you have or we can come and pick it up, and we’ll give you the best price in the region.

We’ve listed some obsolete farm machinery that makes for great scrap: Reapers, Reaper-binders, Portable engines, Ploughing engines, Traction engines, Steam tractors, Agricultural engines, Hog oilers, Flails, Threshing machines, Winnowing machines, Drag harrows.

Really, any old farm instrument that’s made of metal […]

12th May 2017|

BMRA Calls for Tougher Enforcement of the Scrap Metal Dealers Act

The British Metals Recycling Association has called for tougher enforcement of the Scrap Metal Dealers Act. The Act came into effect in late 2013, and outlawed the payment of cash for scrap metal by recyclers. The calls for tougher enforcement stems from raised concerns over the increasing use of cash by some illegal operators.

According to the BMRA, which made the comments in response to a Home Office review of the SMDA, “There is a clear correlation between interventions and effective enforcement the legislation, and the number of recorded metal theft offences”.

At Entrec, we use our cash card facility for customers […]

13th March 2017|

Recycling and the Construction Industry

Let’s focus on how recycling can benefit your construction business directly.

When you pay someone to haul away scrap metal without giving any thought to sorting and recycling those materials, you’re letting them drive money right off your job site. It’s very unlikely that they’re just going to dump it at a landfill site. In fact, usually the haulers will sort it all themselves and then sell it for a tidy profit, on top of the fee you paid them to take it.

A construction or demolition company that doesn’t have a scrap management plan involving recycling may not only look out-of-touch […]

25th January 2017|
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