Partner with our award-winning firm or recycling of catalytic converters in Bickershaw. Our firm, Wigan Metal Recycling, has a team with the necessary experience, certifications and expertise to handle a comprehensive range of projects. We deal with the full range of metals, no matter what the grade or quantity. Our priority is to work in a clean, safe and legally compliant environment, with a focus on fast, efficient turnaround. We also offer a free skip collection service for local firms that need a pick-up facility from their factories or sites. Alternately, you can also drop the material directly to our Wigan works. Our clients value our professionalism and we keep in close touch with the ever fluctuating prices of metals on the London Metals Exchange. This helps us to give you the current prices up to the minute.
The recycling of, in Bickershaw, catalytic converters must be done with care and safety precautions. Most car owners may not even know that this very valuable piece of metal exists in their vehicles. This component may contain precious metals such as rhodium, platinum and palladium. Other metals include copper, nickel, cerium, iron and manganese. The precious metals are used in the jewellery and electronics industries, while others are required in a whole range of industries. When you recycle your catalytic converter, you’re helping to conserve valuable resources. Mining and refining these metals takes an enormous amount of time, effort, energy and money.
Apart from this, there are humanitarian concerns, because many of these metals are mined under harsh and oppressive conditions. Another benefit is that you can get a significant amount of money for your non-working metal components from recycling companies. When you give us your catalytic converters in Bickershaw for recycling, the metals in it are separated, graded and then transferred to the recycling facility. This is certainly not a job for the average DIY enthusiast, because safety is a major issue. When the converter is dismantled and exposed to air, it is considered to be hazardous waste. Only those with specialist expertise and equipment should undertake this work. Get in touch with Wigan Metal Recycling for more information. Let us assist you with the right recycling for your needs.