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Aluminum is 100% recyclable and recycled aluminum is identical to the original product. This makes it a much more cost-effective source material for production runs. The re-melting of aluminum requires little energy: only about 5% of the energy required to produce the primary metal initially is needed in the recycling process
Steel is an important commodity because it is extremely strong and relatively low cost, making it suitable for industrial uses in construction, infrastructure and manufacturing.
The applications of copper make it a sought-after metal by a large number of industries. Its wide range of uses makes it a popular commodity to buy and trade. It’s an efficient conductor of heat and electricity.
Aluminium is the most abundant mineral on Earth behind oxygen and silicon, making it the most abundant metal naturally found on the planet, and the second-most used metal globally, behind only iron.
Cast iron is highly favoured for its ability to be easily cast into complex shapes when molten and for its low cost. Cast Iron properties can be easily altered by adjusting the composition and cooling rate without significant changes to production methods.
Nickel is one of the most versatile metals found on earth and is one of many resources that allows us to live and prosper in a the modern world.