As part of InfraBuild’s integrated supply chain, we have a global scrap metal footprint.
In Australia, our 21 InfraBuild recycling facilities are supplemented by five sites in regional NSW that operate as Matthews Metal Management – a brand of InfraBuild. Together the 26 sites contribute around 1.4 million tonnes of recycled metals annually into our steelmaking operations.
We are an industry leader in the supply of processed ferrous scrap (steel) products to our domestic steel mills in Sydney and Melbourne. We also have an extensive non-ferrous business that supplies both domestic and international markets with high quality products for recycling.
As part of our global operations, we own and operate scrap metal facilities in the US (Tampa, Florida, and LaPlace in Louisiana) and our recycling export terminal in Gdansk, Poland. We have a recycling centre in Hong Kong and a network of scrap metal traders in China, India, South Africa, Spain, the Netherlands and the UK.
At the forefront of our business is the provision of safe, efficient, transparent and environmentally-friendly solutions to meet the needs of our customers.
We provide metal recycling solutions to a broad range of scrap metal generators such as householders, local government, mining, demolition, industrials, automotive recyclers, waste companies.
You can be confident that we can provide the range, quality and service support you need through:
- Global footprint
- Provides individual solutions seeking environmental outcomes
- Competitive pricing
- Supplying domestic and international markets
- Vertically integrated supply chain
- Industries most experienced trading team
- Employ operational experts
- Transparent weighing technology (photographs of each item weighed available)
We are committed to pursuing a high standard of environmental management throughout our operations. We strive for continual improvement in environmental performance. As required by the NSW government, InfraBuild provides the results of environmental monitoring and Pollution Incident Response Management Plans for our Hexham recycling centre. Similarly, we comply with all international environmental requirements.
Non Ferrous Metals Accepted
- Insulated Copper Wire
- Insulated Aluminium Wire
- Aluminium Cans
- Aluminium Wheel Rims
- Stainless Steel
- Car, Truck, Tractor, Industrial Batteries
- Electric Motors
Ferrous Metals Accepted
- Steel sheet
- Structural steel
- Farm implements
- Car bodies
- Steel swarf
- Cast iron
Item Not Accepted
- Bio Waste
- Gas Bottles
- Pressure Vessels
- Flammable Liquids
- Construction Waste
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