Scrap metal recycling, collection - Trans Metal London

01.

The Company

We are based in London and we provide fast, free and fair mobile scrap metal collection services to commercial and construction sites and domestic properties.

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Our History

Trans Metal is a family business, set up in 2008, is a young company constantly striving to better themselves in the type and quality of services offered.

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Our Mission

Our mission is to ensure that that scrap metal is rarely discarded or sent to landfills. In 2005, 13 million tonnes of metal was recycled in the UK.

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Our Values

Constantly striving to better themselves in the type and quality of services offered. We listen to our clients and are flexible in finding tailor-made solutions.

WE DO NOT ACCEPT OLD WASHING MACHINES AND FRIDGES

Our Company

As proud owners of the Scrap Metal Dealer Licence we are obliged to meet the best required standards of our collection processes to ensure our clients’ security and satisfaction.

We collect

Metals, especially steel and aluminium, are easily recyclable materials.  Worldwide, over 400 million tonnes of metal is recycled each year. When you have a car that doesn’t work, household appliances that you don’t know how to get rid of, stainless steel items, auto parts, doors or windows blocking your driveway, recycling is your answer.
*We do not accept old washing machines and fridges.

Our offer

As proud owners of the Scrap Metal Dealer Licence we are obliged to meet the best required standards of our collection processes to ensure our clients’ security and satisfaction. This is why we weigh the load at the collection point and pay only via secure bank or cheque.To find out more about the Scrap Metal Dealer Licence official requirements, click here.

Our quarantee

We are proud to say that most of our work comes from the word of mouth and private recommendations. To us, our company reputation is of the outmost importance. This is why we only take on jobs only when certain that we can carry them out the way that we would like to be serviced ourselves.

Our achievements

The industry employs over 8,000 people and makes a net contribution to UK balance of trade. Trans Metal have been a vital part of this industry since 2008. During that time, we have collected over 1,680 tonnes of scrap metal, serviced more than 14,560 customers and saved over 1,500 tonnes of valuable natural resources.

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We provide

Flexible times for collection,

6 days a week

Accurate electronic weighting

Scrap metal collection

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FAQ

Metal recycling

A lot of scrap metal can be reused in construction, manufacturing, furniture, as well as in order to produce new, stronger metals. By properly disposing of your aluminium, copper, brass, steel, iron, etc., you can help create new metal objects at a lower cost.

Mining new metals from the Earth’s crust is a very invasive, costly, and time-consuming process. This, combined with the fact that metals are a finite resources, suggests that by recycling old metals, not only can everyone save a lot of money, but we can also waste less precious materials, resulting in more sustainable living all around.

As a general rule, all ferrous metals, such as engineering grade carbon steels and other types of steel, can be recycled.