Sims Metal engaged with a San Jose city council member and the city’s chief of staff to understand the issues affecting the community and find the best solutions.
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Early this year Sims Metal recovered the metal of 50 old buses. Find out how these buses were recycled at our site in Pennsylvania
What is it like to be a woman working in the metal recycling industry? We asked Anna Tompkins, Commercial Director at Sims Metal.
Did you know you can safely dispose of your old scrap metal while getting money from it? Here are 5 tricks that will help you make the most out of your scrap metal!
In 2021, Sims Metal welcomed a new technology at the Jersey City, NJ location, the Debris Interceptor, affectionately known as “The Trap”! A Debris Interceptor is a collection system designed to capture floating debris from storm water conveyances and outfalls before contaminants reaches waterways. At Sims Metal, the Debris Interceptor collects and traps debris in…
Metal recycling offers numerous benefits for both the economy and the environment. In particular, there are 5 main reasons why you should recycle scrap metal.
World War II impacted the scrap metal industry. Aluminium, steel and iron scrap became highly valuable making metal recycling a vital practice for almost every country post-war.
Community Partnerships Nearly 6 million traffic-related incidents occur annually in the United States. October marked a stark milestone, recording from January to June the largest six-month increase ever in fatalities at 20,160, up 18.4 % over 2020, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. First responders work hard every day…
Sims Metal is celebrating National Manufacturing Day to raise awareness of the critical role recycling plays in manufacturing and the circular economy. By collecting and recycling scrap metal, and other materials, Sim Metal transforms waste into new resources that are reintroduced into the production chain and manufactured into new products. According to the Institute of…