Scrap Metal in Newcastle-Under-Lyme

Scrap Metal in Newcastle-Under-LymeIf you have scrap metal in Newcastle-Under-Lyme, don’t trash it. It’s a valuable source of income. At Sandbach Commercial Dismantlers, we have more than 30 years’ experience in this business. We’ve come a long way from our original yard in Bath Street in Sandbach, Cheshire, where we began operations in 1985. Initially we focused on car breaking, small scale scrap purchase, army surplus sales etc.  Today, we offer a range of options including steel recycling, skip hire, dismantling and demolition services, use of online auctions, overseas scrap purchase and more. What sets us apart from others in this business is the quality of our services, cost effective solutions for dismantling, demolition and site clearance and total commitment to customer satisfaction.

We partner with several important national and international organisations like Cartakeback, BMRA, SMAS Worksafe, Constructionline, and Environmental Agency Registered Waste Carrier. In Newcastle-Under-Lyme, we offer a comprehensive range of services that include purchase of domestic and commercial scrap metals, specialist materials, commercial waste, and scrap vehicles. We ensure that you get the best price. If you have large quantities of scrap being generated on a regular basis, our skip hire plan can be of great help.

Only licensed operators can deal with scrap metal in Newcastle-Under-Lyme and other places. The Scrap Metal Dealers Act 2013 makes it illegal to pay cash for scrap. Only cheques, bank transfers and electronic payments are allowed. You need to show a valid photo ID proof and proof of address. Why not contact us today for more information? Studies show that just 32% of people in the UK sell their scrap metal to a recycling company, while a large majority prefers to take it to a council tip or local recycling centre. Many people would even pay someone to take away their scrap metal. Unfortunately, there is not much awareness about the value of scrap metal and this is a huge missed opportunity. All metals that we use can be recycled into new, usable, metal products within two months. However, this has to be done in a legal and regulated way. Collecting scrap metal from others, neighbours, skips, recycle bins is illegal and is a form of theft.