Unlock the Potential of Sustainable Aluminium Can Recycling

Almost two out of every three aluminium cans in Australia are recycled, with huge benefits to the environment and community. Aluminium doesn’t degrade so it can be recycled infinitely.

Why Choose Us

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Competitive Prices

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Friendly and Experienced Team

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Multiple Convenient Locations

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Flexible Payment Options

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Privately Owned Australian Company

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Over a Century of Scrap Metal & Recycling Experience

The Benefits of

Mixed Brass Recycling

Mixed brass recycling
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Conserving natural resources

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Saving energy

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Reducing greenhouse gas emissions

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Supporting a sustainable circular economy

Mixed Brass We Accept



Taps were commonly made of brass, and can be found in older homes.


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Automotive parts

Certain car parts are made of brass, such as pistons, cylinder heads, valve guides and bearings.

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Candlesticks, cookware and even picture frames are sometimes made of brass.

The Process of

Brass Recycling

The aluminium recycling process involves several steps:


Brass products, including household items, plumbing materials and automotive parts are collected from homes, businesses and industrial sites.


The collected brass is sorted to separate different grades and remove impurities.


Any contaminants or attachments, such as metals, debris or rust are removed to ensure pure brass.


Brass is shredded  (making it more energy efficient to melt), melted and purified then poured into ingots ready for repurposing.

Discover the value of brass recycling

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