Scrap

Scrap is the recyclable waste derived from the unusable goods of metal. Metalshub has taken the next evolutionary step and created the first universal scrap category, which works across borders. Such categorisation helps the companies easily classify the scrap types they are looking for and thus receive only relevant offers. Use Metalshub supply chain tool for your scrap procurement. Access a global pool of scrap suppliers now.

Scrap Product Categories

Steel scrap

Cast iron scrap

Foundry steel scrap

Cr steel

CrNi steel

CrNi heat-resistent steel

CrNi further steel

CrNiMo steel

Tool steel scrap

HSS scrap

Other alloyed steel scrap

Ni -base

Cu -base

W - base

Co - base

Mo -base

Sn -base

Pb -base

Zn-base

Cr - base

Ta – base

Nb- base

Al-base

Ti-base

Mg-base

Li-base

Frequently traded on Metalshub

Foundries and steel mills use our tool to purchase the following types of scrap from a global pool of qualified suppliers:
CategorySubcategoryShape

Steel / Iron Scrap

Foundry steel scrap

Solids foundry

Steel / Iron Scrap

Cast iron scrap

Solids foundry

Stainless steel scrap

Cr steel scrap

Solids foundry

Stainless steel scrap

CrNi steel scrap

Solids foundry

Alloyed steel scrap

Tool steel scrap

Solids foundry

Alloyed steel scrap

HSS scrap

Solids foundry

Non-ferrous heavy metal scrap

Ni Base

Solids foundry

Non-ferrous heavy metal scrap

Cu Base

Solids foundry

Non-ferrous heavy metal scrap

Cu Base

Granules

Light metal scrap

Al Base

Granules

Light metal scrap

Ti Base

Solids foundry

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Types of Scrap 

In general the arising of scrap are spilt in three different types:

  • The own arising scrap at a mill or foundry, also called own circular scrap.

  • Post production scrap generates at industry production places. Known as new arising scrap.

  • Post consumer scrap is coming mainly from industry demolition or use at private households



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