Yearly Archives: 2020


Recycling Wires and Cables

Anything with a plug, battery, cable or wire CAN be recycled.

When recycling with Enrec, your life is made easier as we take care of everything. From cable scrap recovery to recycling. You don’t need to worry about compliance as we recycle obeying the regulations and legislations. We can provide all customers with a complete solution to cable problems at extremely competitive prices.  By recycling your wires and cables you’re doing your part in contributing to circular economy as your cable waste is turned into recycled raw materials.

It’s always important to remember the three R’s;

Reduce the amount of waste
Reuse […]

19th November 2020|

Why Recycle?

When recycling metal with Entrec, used materials are converted into new products, reducing the need to consume natural resources. Metal recycling also means there’s less need for risky, expensive and damaging mining and extraction of new metal ores.

Recycling with Entrec is easy:

Contact Us
Bring in your metal
Get your material weighed
Get your material processed
Receive full documentation
Receive payment

We have access to top of the range, specialist equipment, enabling us to reliably and efficiently dispose of almost all scrap metal. With our team of fully trained professions and effective data management structure, we offer quick solutions to all […]

13th October 2020|

WEEE Recycling

Find out what WEEE recycling is and the benefits of recycling.

WEEE stands for Waste Electrical & Environmental Equipment (products that are battery or plug operated).

The benefits of WEEE recycling contribute to a better environment. As it reduces the burden on landfill, meaning fewer harmful chemicals are emitted into the atmosphere. Also, using recycled rather than raw materials to make new products helps to lower levels of greenhouse gases being sent into the environment

Entrec will take the hassle of managing your recycling responsibilities. Our experienced team ensure that all electronics devices are disposed of in a secure, effective and environmentally friendly […]

30th July 2020|

Vehicle Recycling

If your car, truck or van is no longer in use or is too expensive to repair, a great solution is getting it scrapped. One of the main services Entrec provides is vehicle de-pollution, offering competitive prices to take full responsibility of customers’ scrap vehicles. Scrap metal from cars can be recycled by Entrec, significantly reducing the amount that ends up in the landfill.

Money in Your Pocket
By turning your vehicle into scrap you can make money. It’s a great way for car owners to make some quick cash or even find the down payment for their new vehicle.

Great for […]

2nd June 2020|

Ferrous vs Non-Ferrous Scrap Metal

Are you at the point where you have some scrap metal you want to recycle and make some money in the process? Well here at Entrec we can help with that, as our mission is to provide sustainable recycling solutions and value for our customers.

But before you scrap your metal, it’s worth knowing the difference between Ferrous and Non-Ferrous scrap metal.

Ferrous Metals;
• Stainless steel is a common form of ferrous metal
• Are usually magnetic
• Can rust (oxidise)
• Very high tensile strength

Non-Ferrous Metals;
• Can be – aluminium, copper, tin and precious metals like gold and silver
• Non – magnetic
• Malleable
• Lightweight

Although ferrous metals are recycled in far greater quantities, […]

20th May 2020|

Reasons To Recycle Scrap Metal


Did you know…

Recycling your scrap metal can be worth a lot of money. Here at Entrec we specialise in the buying and processing of all ferrous and non ferrous metals.

Ferrous metals such as; steel and iron can be expensive to buy and difficult to get rid of at the end of their use. Recycling your steel with Entrec gives your company the best value for money and return on your investment, as well as does your bit towards helping the environment.

At Entrec we are able to purchase any amount of scrap metal from a variety of different sources. This includes […]

7th February 2020|
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