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Collecting Scrap Appliances & Metal Items

Please note most Scrap Household Metal Items are Chargeable due to low metal value and other reasons stated below.       Sadly the days ...

Monday, 14 September 2020

Scrap Copper Prices Good & Collection Sevice of Scrap Brass, Copper, Lead, Wire & Other Metals from East Central London

Our Mobile Scrap Copper Prices are Good and we offer a Fast Collection Sevice of Scrap Brass, Copper, Lead, Wire & Other Metals from East Central London.

Areas we collect scrap metal from are listed below. 

EC1        Clerkenwell, Finsbury, Barbican, St Luke's, Old Street
EC3        Monument, Tower Hill, Aldgate
EC4        Fleet Street, St Paul's, Blackfriars

Scrap Metal Collection Van East Central London

We also pick up metal scrap from West Central London

WC1        Bloomsbury, Gray's Inn
WC2        Covent Garden, Holborn, Strand

Also collect scrap metals from East London

E1          Whitechapel, Stepney, Mile End, Spitalfields, Wapping
E2          Bethnal Green, Shoreditch, Haggerston
E3          Bow, Bromley, Bow Common
E4          Chingford, Highams Park, South Chingford
E5          Clapton
E6          East Ham, Beckton
E7          Forest Gate, Upton
E8          Hackney, Dalston
E9          Hackney, Homerton, South Hackney, Victoria Park
E10        Leyton
E11        Leytonstone, Wanstead, Snaresbrook
E12        Manor Park, Aldersbrook, Little Ilford
E13        Plaistow
E14        Poplar, Millwall, Isle of Dogs, Docklands, Limehouse
E15        Stratford, West Ham
E16        Canning Town, North Woolwich, Custom House, Silvertown
E17        Walthamstow
E18        South Woodford

We collect all types of scrap metals from South East London

SE1          Waterloo, Southwark, Borough, Newington
SE2          Abbey Wood, West Heath
SE3          Blackheath, Kidbrooke
SE4          Brockley, Crofton Park
SE5          Camberwell
SE6          Catford, Bellingham
SE7          Charlton
SE8          Deptford
SE9          Eltham, Mottingham
SE10        Greenwich
SE11        Lambeth, Kennington, Oval
SE12        Lee, Grove Park
SE13        Lewisham, Hither Green
SE14        New Cross, New Cross Gate
SE15        Peckham, Nunhead
SE16        Rotherhithe, Bermondsey
SE17        Walworth, Elephant & Castle
SE18        Woolwich, Plumstead, Shooters Hill
SE19        Upper Norwood, Crystal Palace, Norwood
SE20        Penge, Anerley
SE21        Dulwich, West Dulwich, Tulse Hill
SE22        East Dulwich
SE23        Forest Hill, Honor Oak Park, Honor Oak
SE24        Herne Hill
SE25        South Norwood, Selhurst
SE26        Sydenham
SE27        West Norwood
SE28        Thamesmead

We collect all types of scrap metals from South West London

SW1          Westminster, Belgravia, Pimlico, Victoria, St James's
SW2          Brixton, Streatham Hill, Tulse Hill
SW3          Chelsea, Brompton
SW4          Clapham, Clapham Common, Clapham Park
SW5          Earl's Court
SW6          Fulham, Parson's Green
SW7          South Kensington, Knightsbridge
SW8          South Lambeth, Nine Elms, Vauxhall
SW9          Stockwell, Brixton
SW10        West Brompton
SW11        Battersea, Clapham Junction
SW12        Balham
SW13        Barnes, Castelnau
SW14        Mortlake, East Sheen
SW15        Putney, Putney Heath, Roehampton
SW16        Streatham, Norbury
SW17        Tooting, Furzedown
SW18        Wandsworth, Earlsfield, Southfields, West Hill
SW19        Wimbledon, Merton, Collier's Wood
SW20        South Wimbledon, Raynes Park

Friday, 10 July 2020

Scrap Metal Collecting from your North London Home or Business

We have listed a some of North London postcodes that we are collecting Scrap Metals from.

We can weigh and pay you a fair market price for your scrap copper, Lead, Cable and Brass from your home or place of work.  

Most of the areas listed are fairly easy for us to visit as they are not too far from our scrap yard also parking in most of these areas is usually straight forward, however if your foresee an issue with parking while we are purchasing your scrap metals please let us know before hand thanks.  

Post codes are as follows

N1          Islington, Barnsbury, Canonbury
N2          East Finchley, Hampstead Garden Suburb
N3          Finchley
N4          Finsbury Park, Manor House
N5          Highbury
N6          Highgate
N7          Holloway, Tufnell Park
N8          Hornsey, Crouch End
N9          Lower Edmonton, Edmonton
N10        Muswell Hill
N11        Friern Barnet, New Southgate
N12        North Finchley, Woodside Park
N13        Palmers Green
N14        Southgate, Oakwood
N15        Seven Sisters, South Tottenham
N16        Stoke Newington, Stamford Hill
N17        Tottenham
N18        Upper Edmonton
N19        Archway, Tufnell Park, Upper Holloway
N20        Whetstone, Totteridge
N21        Winchmore Hill, Grange Park
N22        Wood Green, Alexandra Palace

Monday, 22 June 2020

Scrap Yard & Mobile Metal Scrap Yard Greater London

We Buy & Collect Brass, Cables, Copper & Lead from the following Greater London Areas.

Most of the Greater London areas below are all pretty straight forward places to collect from, traffic congestion is average and most back road in these areas usually have some kind of parking availability, Our scrap yard is in Wembley which is in fairly reasonable driving distance from all of these Greater London postcodes, Call us or send over a text if you would like to arrange a weigh and pay collection service of your Brass, Cables, Copper & Lead.

We usually can collect your scrap metals on the same day and most of time outside office hours if requested, If we are too busy cannot collect the same day then we will definately be there the following day especially at these near by Greater London postcodes, on the other hand your always welcome to bring your scrap metals directly to us at our Wembley Scrap Yard, full address is 560 Market Way HA0 2BT please call first to let us know your on your way.  

EN1        Enfield
EN2        Enfield Town
EN3        Ponders End
EN4        Cockfosters, Barnet
EN5        Barnet
HA0       Wembley
HA1       Harrow
HA2       Harrow
HA3       Wealdstone, Harrow
HA4       Ruislip
HA5       Pinner
HA6       Northwood
HA7       Stanmore
HA8       Edgware
UB1       Southall
UB2       Norwood Green
UB3       Hayes
UB4       Yeading
UB5       Northolt
UB6       Greenford
UB7       West Drayton
UB8       Uxbridge
UB9       Harefield
UB10     Hillingdon

Scrap metal collection


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Tuesday, 16 June 2020

Collecting Scrap Appliances & Metal Items

Please note most Scrap Household Metal Items are Chargeable due to low metal value and other reasons stated below.      

Sadly the days of having Free Scrap Metal Collections of Washing Machines etc are long gone, not just the large drop in the price of the metal has caused this but also other factors such as more legislation and a spike in the price of scrap metal collectors van insurance in fact all insurance in this industry is very costly, If you work in the scrap metal recycling industry motor insurance is double compared to most other industries, also to stay legal we have to have scrap metal licenses they also come at a cost.

Carrying van loads of scrap metal causes a lot of wear and tear on a vehicle this leads to many garage repair bills, also when unloading our vehicles at very large scrap yards there usually sharp objects like nails on the ground and getting punctures and having to replace tyres is also an ongoing and expensive cost.   

Hope this gives you a better understanding why we have to charge.

Prices start at £20 per Collection

Due to high call volumes we do not reply to messages asking for free metal collections as it very time consuming for us to explain that we have to charge for your items.

Here is a list of common items that  are Chargeable

Washing Machines
Tumble Dryers
Metal Beds
Garage Doors
Metal Sofas
Metal Fences
Metal Gates
Car Parts
Metal Windows
Metal Doors
Filing Cabinets
Metal Chairs
Metal Tables
Exercise Bikes
Exercise Equipment
Range Cookers
TV Ariels
Storage Heaters
Patio Heaters
Air Con units
Satellite Dishes
Metal Shelving
Metal Sheds
Ironing Boards
Metal Cupboards
Metal Tools
Metal Garden Furniture
Stair Lifts
Metal Racking
Kitchen Utensils
Pots and Pans
Electric Bikes
Electric Scooters
Electric Fans
Metal Lockers
Metal Railings
Metal Security Grills
Metal Garden Swings
Metal Disability Equipment
Metal Sinks
Metal Cooking Equipment
Scaffold Poles
Cement Mixers
Band Stands
Metal Stoves
Metal Sheets
Metal Cages
Metal Garden Rollers
Sewing Machines

Part Metal Chargeable Items

Sterio Equipment
Lawn Mowers

Common Metals Items From Businesses are still chargeable

Commercial Cookers
Commercial Pizza ovens
Commercial Fridges
Commercial Freezers
Coffee Machines 
Cold Drinks Machines
Extractor Fans
Commercial Microwaves
Commercial Deep Fat Fryers
Commercial Cleaning Equipment
Metal Desks
Metal Fans
Commercial Counter Fridges
Commercial Catering Equipment 
Metal Machinery 
Metal Gym Equipment
Metal Shutters
Laundrette Equipment
Commercial Dish Washers
Dust Extractors
Metal Signage
Metal Display Equipment
Metal Clothes Rails
Light Fittings
Metal Ceilings
Metal Partitioning
Metal Canopies
Industrial Sewing Machines

Metal Wheelie bins and Metal Skips
( If these are abandoned we will need permission from previous owner to collect )

Super Market Trollies and Super Market Cages 
(need a letter of authority from the store 
manager to be removed) 

These and many other similar items are all Chargeable

However if you are happy to pay for your items to be collected then please let us know in the message you leave. 

For example: Hi I have a washing machine that needs to be picked up I'm happy to pay a fee for this.

Please note, by leaving a message like that we will usually get back to you on the same working day.

You can leave a voice message or text message on 07802780631 if you prefer landline you can leave a voice message on 02082008656

We may still only charge the minimum for multiple metal items, extra charges are based on postcode for example Central London is more expensive due to congestion charge.

Other costs are priced into the job for example how far do the metal items need to be carried and parking availability.   

The photo below is an example of various metals although there are quite a few items we would still to have charge to take them away, if we can park close by then the charge will usually be the same as taking a single item like a scrap washing machine.  

We do also take other non metal waste items however those non metal waste items would be charged separately as they have to be recycled in a different way and taken to a different waste transfer station.
image of various scrap metals

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Monday, 15 June 2020

Non Ferrous Metal pick up West London Lead, Copper, Cables & Brass Scrap

We Offer Non Ferrous Metal pick up West London Lead, Copper, Cables & Brass Scrap, Call or text for our latest scrap metal prices. 

Metal pick up from these W London areas.

W1          Mayfair, Marylebone, Soho

W2          Bayswater, Paddington
W3          Acton
W4          Chiswick, Bedford Park, Gunnersbury
W5          Ealing
W6          Hammersmith
W7          Hanwell
W8          Kensington
W9          Maida Vale, Maida Hill, West Kilburn
W10        North Kensington, Kensal Town
W11        Notting Hill, Holland Park
W12        Shepherd's Bush, White City
W13        West Ealing
W14        West Kensington

Although we collect from all of these
West London postcodes,
there are sometimes parking problems
as well as a lot of traffic 
congestion in some of these areas,
for this reason we may 
not be able to do small pick ups
of your non ferrous metals
for example under 100 kg especially
If the markets are down as that causes
metal prices to drop,
However you are always welcome 
to take photos of you metal and 
send them to our
Whatsapp 07802780631.

We usually recommend having 
collections from the more
challenging postcodes outside office
hours, as parking becomes more 
accessible and road congestion
has usually eased off by then.

Lastly scrap metals bought and collected 
at postcodes within the 
Congestion / ULEZ charging zones 
maybe at slightly reduced rate to allow us
to cover the costs.      

Thursday, 28 May 2020

Scrap Lead, Copper, Brass & Cable Collection North West London Good Prices

Scrap Copper, Lead, Brass & Cable Collection North West London Good Prices offered

We cover all North West London areas and at present none of these areas are within any charging zone, most of the postcodes mentioned are fairly straight forward for parking, However if there could possibly be a problem to park up while we weigh and load your metals, then we would be happy to collect outside office hours when parking restrictions are lifted.

As these postcodes are fairly near to our scrap yard you will in most cases be able to have your scrap metal picked up on the same day.

All following areas included

NW1        Regent's Park, Camden Town, Marylebone
NW2        Cricklewood, Neasden
NW3        Hampstead, Swiss Cottage
NW4        Hendon, Brent Cross
NW5        Kentish Town, Dartmouth Park, Gospel Oak
NW6        West Hampstead, Kilburn, South Hampstead, Brondesbury
NW7        Mill Hill
NW8        St John's Wood
NW9        Kingsbury, Colindale, West Hendon
NW10      Willesden, Harlesden, Kensal Green, Park Royal
NW11      Golders Green, Hampstead Garden Suburb, Temple Fortune

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Thursday, 26 March 2020

Covid-19 Lockdown Update

Covid-19 Lockdown Update

After Boris Johnsons announcement for a UK lockdown we have decided to close our doors for business, however we will reopen as soon as we know more about the situation and when it is safe for us and our customers.

Thanks For Your Patience 

Wembley Recycling Ltd

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Wednesday, 18 March 2020

Copper kills coronavirus. Why aren’t our surfaces covered in it?

Copper kills coronavirus. Why aren’t our surfaces covered in it?

Civilizations have recognized copper’s antimicrobial properties for centuries. It’s time to bring the material back.

Image result for copper toilet
In China, it was called “qi,” the symbol for health. In Egypt it was called “ankh,” the symbol for eternal life. For the Phoenicians, the reference was synonymous with Aphrodite—the goddess of love and beauty.

These ancient civilizations were referring to copper, a material that cultures across the globe have recognized as vital to our health for more than 5,000 years. When influenzas, bacteria like E. coli, superbugs like MRSA, or even coronaviruses land on most hard surfaces, they can live for up to four to five days. But when they land on copper, and copper alloys like brass, they begin to die within minutes and are undetectable within hours. “We’ve seen viruses just blow apart,” says Bill Keevil, professor of environmental healthcare at the University of Southampton. “They land on copper and it just degrades them.”
No wonder that in India, people have been drinking out of copper cups for millennia. Even here in the United States, a copper line brings in your drinking water. Copper is a natural, passive, antimicrobial material. It can self-sterilize its surface without the need for electricity or bleach.
Copper boomed during the Industrial Revolution as a material for objects, fixtures, and buildings. Copper is still widely used in power networks—the copper market is, in fact, growing because the material is such an effective conductor. But the material has been pushed out of many building applications by a wave of new materials from the 20th century. Plastics, tempered glass, aluminum, and stainless steel are the materials of modernity—used for everything from architecture to Apple products.  Brass door knobs and handrails went out of style as architects and designers opted for sleeker-looking (and often cheaper) materials.
Now Keevil believes it’s time to bring copper back in public spaces, and hospitals in particular.  In the face of an unavoidable future full of global pandemics, we should be using copper in healthcare, public transit, and even our homes. And while it’s too late to stop COVID-19, it’s not too early to think about our next pandemic.

The benefits of copper, quantified

We should have seen it coming, and in reality, someone did.
In 1983, medical researcher Phyllis J. Kuhn wrote the first critique of the disappearance of copper she’d noticed in hospitals. During a training exercise on hygiene at Hamot Medical center in Pittsburgh, students swabbed various surfaces around the hospital, including toilets bowls and door knobs. She noticed the toilets were clean of microbes, while some of the fixtures were particularly dirty and grew dangerous bacteria when allowed to multiply on agar plates.

“Sleek and shining stainless steel doorknobs and push plates look reassuringly clean on a hospital door. By contrast, doorknobs and push plates of tarnished brass look dirty and contaminating,” she wrote at the time. “But even when tarnished, brass—an alloy typically of 67% copper and 33% zinc—[kills bacteria], while stainless steel—about 88% iron and 12% chromium—does little to impede bacterial growth.”
Ultimately, she wrapped her paper up with a simple enough conclusion for the entire healthcare system to follow. “If your hospital is being renovated, try to retain old brass hardware or have it repeated; if you have stainless steel hardware, make certain that it is disinfected daily, especially in critical-care areas.”
Decades later, and admittedly with funding from the Copper Development Association (a copper industry trade group), Keevil has pushed Kuhn’s research further. Working in his lab with some of the most feared pathogens in the world, he has demonstrated that not only does copper kill bacteria efficiently; it also kills viruses. (In 2015, he even demonstrated this phenomenon with a precursor to COVID-19, coronavirus 229E).
In Keevil’s work, he dips a plate of copper into alcohol to sterilize it. Then he dips it into acetone to get rid of any extraneous oils. Then he drops a bit of pathogen onto the surface. In moments it’s dry. The sample sits for anywhere from a few minutes to a few days. Then he shakes it in a box full of glass beads and a liquid. The beads scrape off bacteria and viruses into the liquid, and the liquid can be sampled to detect their presence. In other cases, he has developed microscopy methods which allow him to watch—and record—a pathogen being destroyed by copper the moment it hits the surface.
The effect looks like magic, he says, but at this point, the phenomena at play is well-understood science. When a virus or bacteria strikes the plate, it’s flooded with copper ions. Those ions penetrate cells and viruses like bullets. The copper doesn’t just kill these pathogens; it destroys them, right down to the nucleic acids, or reproductive blueprints, inside.
“There’s no chance of mutation [or evolution] because all the genes are being destroyed,” says Keevil. “That’s one of the real benefits of copper.” In other words, using copper doesn’t come with the risk of, say, over-prescribing antibiotics. It’s just a good idea.

In real-world testing, copper proves its worth

Outside of the lab, other researchers have tracked whether copper makes a difference when used in real-life medical contexts–which includes hospital door knobs for certain, but also places like hospital beds, guest-chair armrests, and even IV stands.
In 2015, researchers working on a Department of Defense grant compared infection rates at three hospitals, and found that when copper alloys were used in three hospitals, it reduced infection rates by 58%. A similar study was done in 2016 inside a pediatric intensive care unit, which charted a similarly impressive reduction in infection rate.
But what about expense? Copper is always more expensive than plastic or aluminum, and often a pricier alternative to steel.  But given that hospital-borne infections are costing the healthcare system as much as $45 billion a year—not to mention killing as many as 90,000 people—the copper upgrade cost is negligible by comparison.
Keevil, who no longer receives funding from the copper industry, believes the responsibility falls to architects to choose copper in new building projects. Copper was the first (and so far it is the last) antimicrobial metal surface approved by the EPA. (Companies in the silver industry tried and failed to claim it was antimicrobial, which actually led to an EPA fine.) Copper industry groups have registered over 400 copper alloys with the EPA to date. “We’ve shown copper-nickel is just as good as brass at killing bacteria and viruses,” he says. And copper nickel doesn’t need to look like an old trumpet; it’s indistinguishable from stainless steel.
As for the rest of the world’s buildings that haven’t been updated to rip out the old copper fixtures, Keevil has a piece of advice: “Don’t remove them, whatever you do. These are the best things you’ve got.”


Mark Wilson is a senior writer at Fast Company