Category Archives: Scrap Metal Demolition

Industrial Demolition Contractors Salvage Reusable Materials

With the right techniques, an industrial demolition contractor can salvage 90-95% of materials from a building site, decreasing the demand for virgin materials and diverting hundreds of tons of waste from landfills. Continue reading →

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Can Mainstream Green Industrial Demolition Increase Jobs?

Green industrial demolition can boost local economies by creating jobs. A 2011 report from John Dunham and Associates found that the scrap steel industry supports about 162,000 jobs in the United States. Continue reading →

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Scrap Metal Demolition Contractors Offer Job-site Recycling Tips

As one of the West Coast’s leading scrap metal demolition contractors, we recycle thousands of tons of metal each year. We also maintain specialized equipment for reusing concrete on job sites in Montana, Arizona and Colorado, among other western states. Continue reading →

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Sustainable Design & Green Scrap Metal Demolition Go Hand in Hand

Contractors and industrial demolition services are collaborating to discover how to build green structures that are easy to deconstruct in an earth-friendly way. Continue reading →

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Scrap Metal Demolition Contractors Can Reduce & Recycle C&D Materials

Scrap metal demolition contractors can reduce and recycle construction and demolition materials. Learn more about this process and find out the benefits. Continue reading →

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Industrial Demolition Contractor News: Ferrous Scrap Makes a Comeback

Industrial demolition contractors are recycling ferrous scrap more than ever before. And because recycled scrap metal is considerably less expensive than virgin metal, there is plenty of business for ferrous scrap recyclers. Continue reading →

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3 Myths about Scrap Metal Demolition

The public sustains many myths regarding industrial demolition contractors, such as the idea that we still primarily use the wrecking ball. We can tell you … Continue reading →

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Scrap Metal Demolition: Understanding Scrap Metal Contamination

The scariest potential hazard of scrap metal demolition is radioactive exposure. To avoid potential hazards inherent in scrap metal recycling, project managers should carefully research their scrap metal recycling demolition vendors. Continue reading →

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Recycle & Reuse with Scrap Metal Demolition

Few consumers, when asked to name the largest recycling opportunities available, would think of scrap metal demolition. Montana, Colorado and Arizona project managers are becoming more and more aware, however, of how yesterday’s steel construction materials can be reused for tomorrow’s buildings and bridges – thereby greatly reducing the need for virgin construction materials. Continue reading →

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Industrial Demolition Contractors Explain Lifting Magnets vs. Scrap Magnets

Modern industrial demolition contractors would be lost without electromagnets. These incredible tools are powerful enough to pick up metal scraps even when they’re scattered among the concrete and other debris of an enormous scrap metal deconstruction project. Continue reading →

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