Houston, Texas (PressExposure) April 17, 2012 -- Scrap metal prices continue to rocket as mining these metals becomes more cost prohibitive. Industrial Surplus Inc., a national scrap metal buyer, aims to help businesses recycle these metals. Recycling copper, nickel, aluminum, brass, stainless steel and other metals helps businesses recoup the costs of non-conforming materials that may just be lying around a site and posing possible health and safety hazards.
As a scrap metal buyer, Industrial Surplus specializes in buying and selling industrial equipment, surplus supply and equipment. Based in Houston, Industrial Surplus has been an industry leader in metal buying of high temperature alloys, ferrous & Non-Ferrous Scrap Metal, as well as other valuable metals.
Industrial Surplus also looks for hard-to-find metals and metallic materials such as copper wire, stainless steel titanium, nickel and other metals. In addition to these, the scrap metal buyer also purchases other hard metal alloys such as carbide, molybdenum and cobalt.
Industrial Surplus helps businesses recycle various different metals to help save costs when buying some metals. For example, aluminum is easier to recycle than to mine therefore obtaining aluminum surplus equipment and having it recycled is generally encouraged.
Copper wire is another prevalent form of surplus supply recycling. It is one of the most common and popular metals for many surplus buyers to deal with. Copper wire recycling can be used on many different electrical wires such as voltage wire, house wire and tooling wire.
Lead is probably one of the more hazardous metals to recycle. Leaded materials must always be kept separate especially for electronics and similar industries. Industrial Surplus looks to take care of mixed lead, battery plates and lugs and lead solder scrap to ensure that the metal is disposed of in the right way and to avoid any problems with the environment or to those who are handling is.
Among the many other metals the scrap metal buyer purchases is gold which always has a high value. For this reason, Industrial Surplus looks to help their customers obtain a return on an item made of gold such as gold bars, gold nuggets or gold coins that may no longer be wanted or needed.
Industrial Surplus is a national scrap metal buyer based in Houston, Texas and deals with unwanted scrap metal from industrial sites and companies. If anyone is interested to know more about buying or selling scrap metal, they can visit http://www.industrialsurplusworld.com or phone 713-644-4011 for more information.