January 16, 2018
Because of their design and high strength steel components, everyday automobile rims are valuable scrap items. A lot of scrap professionals consider automobiles to be the most recycled consumer product. In fact, according to the Steel Recycling Institute, more than 18 million tons of steel derived from automobiles is recycled each year.
Steel car wheels is a scrap grade described as solid steel cast, forged, pressed and/or rolled steel car wheels. This grade must not be over 42 inches in diameter, as specified by the Insitute of Scrap Recycling Industries.
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