Beryllium scrap (Be Scrap) and beryllium alloy scrap (Be Alloy Scrap) recycling is an important process in the U.S. Beryllium is recycled mostly from new beryllium scrap and new beryllium alloy scrap, which is generated during the manufacturing process of beryllium scrap and beryllium alloy scrap related components. The ratio of the beryllium supply is said to be about 85/15 ratio between new beryllium scrap and beryllium alloy scrap and old beryllium scrap and beryllium alloy scrap.
Beryllium scrap and beryllium alloy scrap are recycled from many different components at Monico Alloys. The main sources of beryllium scrap and beryllium alloy scrap are driven by the emphasis on technology and telecommunications. Electronic components, electrical components, and the aerospace industry are a few areas where beryllium scrap and beryllium alloy scrap can be found.
It takes technology to recycle technology and Monico Alloys follows that form to the end. With the main source of beryllium scrap and beryllium alloy scrap coming from automotive electronics, computers, optical-media product applications and other consumer driven products the main goal is returning scrap metal, such as beryllium scrap and beryllium alloy scrap, to the technological industry to be used again in the building process of technical equipment.
Today there is a global trade in the buying and selling of high temperature scrap alloys in which Monico Alloys plays an active part. The forecasts are that the volume for both buyers and sellers will continue to increase.
So whether you need to buy alloy scrap or sell a quantity of alloy scrap, please do not hesitate to contact us at (310)928-0168 or email@example.com