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Every year millions of pounds of metal end up in landfills. This metal comes from a wide variety of sources including: beverage cans, industrial scrap, and unwanted appliances. Recycling this metal rather than throwing it away protects the earth from pollution and earns you extra cash.
Both ferrous and nonferrous metals can be recycled. Understanding the difference can help you sort your metals for better, more profitable recycling.
Ferrous metals and alloys are those that contain iron. These materials include steel, carbon steel, cast iron, and wrought iron, and are known for having magnetic properties.
Nonferrous metals and alloys are those that do not contain iron in any significant quantity. They include metals such as copper, aluminum, cans, tin, and brass, and can be found in household and industrial settings.