Have Aluminum to Recycle?
Aluminum is perhaps one of the easiest metals to recycle because it is so common in household products in Houston and throughout the country. It’s easy to collect aluminum cans and other such products, so that means it’s easy for you to make money off of your aluminum waste.
Greater Texas Metal Recycling Company Inc. can accept all of the following types of aluminum byproducts:
- Window frames
- Pots and pans
- Structural materials
- And more
Whether you have a few pounds of aluminum cans you’ve been collecting or dumpsters full of excess materials from a home renovation, contact Greater Texas Metal Recycling. We will gladly pay you for your aluminum waste—and we even offer free pickup services for larger amounts of metal that you can’t haul in yourself.
Together We Can Make a Difference
You might not think that your bag of aluminum soda or beer cans can really make that much of an impact on the environment. But that’s simply not true. By recycling, you’re conserving more than the products that go into making that soda can; you’re also conserving the energy that goes into the production process.
Recycling a single soda can saves enough energy to run a television for three hours. Imagine the impact that recycling every can of soda you drink could make! In 2005, the aluminum industry recycled 51.4 billion aluminum cans. That’s a beverage can recycling rate of 52%!
Help us make that 100% by bringing your aluminum cans and other scrap metal to our Houston area recycling center.
Make an Impact on the Environment
Metal recycling does more than keep these materials out of the landfills. In addition to conserving our natural resources, recycling conserves energy by reducing the amount of new metal products that need to be created. Manufacturing plants also create a large amount of air and water pollution—so minimizing the need for new metal products also reduces the number of pollutants released into the environment.
By recycling your scrap metal with Greater Texas Metal Recycling, you can make a lasting impact on the environment while putting money in your pocket.