How Does Metal Recycling Work?

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7 Comments

  1. Malcolm Tait says:

    1:05 Im sure someone┬ádrew a Y on the end of that sign ­čśŤ It then seems to have been hit.´╗┐

  2. Steve Trash says:

    An excellent explanation of recycling outdated household refrigerators. ┬áThank you!´╗┐

  3. Recycling in the UK seems so much more advanced than the states. Here we just drain the gas into a container and squish the thing. The plastic and other junk is called fluff and last I heard the only thing they know what to do with it is use it for daily landfill covering. It makes us look lazy.´╗┐

  4. Malcolm Tait says:

    Weird, here in NZ we just take the fridges/freezers to the scrap yard and get paid per the kg – depends on the market, anywhere from 6c/kg up to 15c/kg. They don't degas them or separate the plastic etc it just goes into their containers/trucks as mixed lowgrade metals┬áand shipped off to the recycling places that further recycle it down to be made into new products. I have not yet heard of any scrap yard that wont take them. And no laws in NZ that prohibits it. Its not "legal" as such to let the CFC gases out but they are in damn near everything so you cant really police it.´╗┐

  5. Gary H says:

    I used this with my home work´╗┐

  6. Informative. Thanks!´╗┐

  7. omen egeh says:

    i like this one´╗┐

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