Austick Copper Recycling Sydney is an expert team to pick, weigh and transfer your scrap copper & other unwanted non ferrous metals to cash for same day payment. Make your non-ferrous metals waste go to good use by making it into money. Our expert recyclers offer copper recycling and scrap copper recycling & more for all scrap metals with trucks delivering our Scrap Metal Pick Up Service within Sydney and throughout NSW. We offer the absolute lowest price for scrap copper & other non-ferrous metals, whether you are holding 50k or 20k. We even offer a free quote today.” Austick Copper Recycling Sydney
“We are proud to partner with Austick Copper Recycling Sydney to help our community be more sustainable and responsible. By separating copper waste from the raw materials we can reduce the impact on the environment and also improve the aesthetics of the urban environment. It is our mission to give back to the community what they have come to rely on us for – the products we produce while respecting our environment. We take pride in recycling waste and have developed strategic plans to continually improve waste management over the next three years. Through this process, we have reduced our total annual output by more than 40%. We also conduct periodic audits to ensure that our methods and practices continue to uphold this high standard of recycling.”
“Even if it is frustrating to receive a piece of copper that has not been processed into a useful item, it is worth working with recyclers to ensure the best outcome for all involved. We work closely with recycling centers and the recycle authorities in order to achieve the best outcomes for all. It is also important to us to ensure a high standard of excellence so that we can maintain a good reputation among both consumers and the local and national community. With this in mind, we work hard to provide customers with the highest quality of copper scrap and recyclable metals available.” Mike Mayes, President and CEO, Austick Copper Recycling, Incorporated
“The best way to go about getting rid of unwanted copper is to find reputable recyclers in your area who will take the time to process it into a high-quality product. If you are unsure of the quality of your scraps, it is best to go with a recycler who has a lot of experience and an environmentally responsible attitude. You can also check online for reviews of different recyclers. When you are dealing with such a valuable resource, it is important to be as informed as possible.” David Lewis, Environmental Recyclers’ Australia President.
“We at Austick are committed to continually improving our delivery of scrap copper, which is why all of our scrap is sent to the highest quality recycling centers. We also work hard to maintain the integrity of our recyclable material by carefully screening and sorting the material on an ongoing basis. We have a staff of environmental specialists who are on hand to deal with any issues that may arise and work closely with you to ensure that you receive high quality, responsibly recycled items that will be put back onto the ground for further use by you and future generations.”
“All of our materials go through stringent quality control before they are recycled. In addition, all of our copper is kiln fired, another process that ensures the pieces are of high quality. This ensures that the copper does not become unstable and soft, which is often the case with pre-treated pre-consumer copper. Many recyclers who work with this material wonder why it is so hard to find high quality pieces for recycling. With so many different options for recycled copper, the answer seems to be quite simple. If the company can’t make it, they won’t make it.”
“All that being said, the reality is that if you have an old piece of copper in your home or office, and no one else wants it, there’s still hope for it. Recyclers can help you touch back part of your past. The best part is that you’ll be helping the environment at the same time! This is one of the nicest aspects of going green with recyclers.” Greg Bicken, Environment North Australia – Strategic Communications Manager
“There are probably hundreds, if not thousands, of pieces of copper that aren’t going to go to the recycling dump in Sydney. These are the really old, or hard to break apart, items. Recyclers have made it their business to get as much of this type of trash off the land as they can. It’s one less step for the trash companies and gives you a chance to contribute to your own little bit of environmental relief for the planet while you leave your trash in the trash can.” Steve Hill, Senior Environment Analyst with the Conservation Foundation for Australia