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A Brief History of Metals

Metals have been of imperative importance to our society since ancient times. It’s impossible to tell exactly when humans began experimenting with metal, with many suggesting that early metalworking could have occurred as far back as 11,000 BC. Without the ongoing experimentation and refinement of metalworking, we’d never have come as far as we have […]

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Metal Recycling and Climate Change

Climate change is one of the biggest threats facing our planet today. It’s never been more important for us to consider our life-choices, and do our best to reduce our impact on the planet. We all know it’s important to recycle our plastic, paper and tins, but perhaps you haven’t considered how recycling your metal […]

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Should You Scrap or Sell Your Car?

When it comes to getting rid of an old car, the options can often feel overwhelming. With thousands of dealerships and websites claiming to offer the best price for your unwanted vehicle, it can be difficult to know where to start. One viable option that people don’t always consider is the idea of scrapping their […]

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What is the WEEE Directive?

The WEEE stands for waste electrical and electronic equipment, and the WEEE Directive is a law designed to address the environmental impacts of waste products. Electrical and electronic equipment covers almost everything with a plug or a battery and is a European Community directive. The directive was introduced into European law in February 2003 and […]

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How to Reduce Waste on Construction Sites

Being more sustainable and reducing waste on construction sites is becoming more popular as we look to save money, materials, and the planet. There are many ways that construction sites can optimise their processes to cater to this, including better planning, using sustainable materials, and reducing waste. Here at Craddock Metal Recycling Limited, we are […]

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