Why Recycling Electric Motors Is A Must
Many people think there is nothing they can do with an old or broken appliance except throw it away.
Stop! Don’t make that mistake! The electric motor inside is recyclable, and you can receive good money for it.
Why Are Electric Motors Recycled?
Chances are you may have never heard about recycling electric motors. Many people think only of bottles, cans, and scrap metal when they consider recyclable goods around their houses. However, inside every electric motor, some metals are valuable and recyclable.
And, we will pay you good money for them.
The valuable and recyclable metals include:
- The steel case around the motor
Yes, It’s Worth Your Time To Recycle Old Electric Motors
You might be thinking, “I don’t have the time to recycle electric motors or anything else. I’ll just throw it away.”
If you do, you are throwing away a resellable object. In other words, you’re throwing away money. It doesn’t take that much time to collect the electric motor and get it to our recycling center. Also, we have a system that gets you quickly in, paid, and back to your regular day.
The money is good for you and your family and recycling the motor is good for the environment. Why wouldn’t you take the time to add some cash to your wallet?
In the St. Louis Area, You Can’t Do Any Better Than Scrap Mart Metals
We know you don’t want to come to our yard and wait around for hours to get your money. That’s why we’ve developed a fast and efficient system that gets you in and out as quickly as possible.
You pull straight onto our certified scale. Then, you go directly to the steel yard where your truck is emptied, and return to weigh-in again and calculate the difference in weights.
Yes, it’s that simple and fast.
Additionally, Scrap Mart Metals:
- Has been recycling electric motors in the St. Louis area since 2011.
- We offer the best payouts in the area. It’s one of the reasons we have so many repeat customers.
- We are St. Louis’ only drive-thru recycling center!
So, look around your home and business, grab all the recyclables you have and head over to our center. Stop throwing good money away!