Purchasing scrap metal is subject to licensing requirements and to our acceptance conditions. We do not purchase a number of metals because of the safety and health of our staff and clients and for environmental reasons.
Please find an overview below of materials you cannot bring to our site.
(Severely) polluted metals
Asbestos, metals containing oil, grease or paint residue, wood, tar, glass, rubber, tyres, plastic, concrete, soil, sand, metal covered with paint containing chrome 6, undefined fluids, etc.
Including Ni-Cadmium and Lithium-Ion batteries and rechargeable hand tool batteries.
Cars, motorcycles, scooters, mopeds and bicycles.
White and brown goods
Televisions, refrigerators, washing machines, screens, keyboards, domestic appliances and power tools.
Safes and strong boxes
Fluorescent tubes, lamps and condensators
Fire extinguishers, aerosols, gas bottles, lpg tanks, closed objects, etc.
Metals contaminated with radioactivity
Where should you bring metals we do not purchase?
Please contact your municipality if you have any questions about scrap metals we do not purchase. There is often a municipal waste collection facility in your vicinity.