Unlock the Potential of Sustainable Lead Recycling

Why Choose Us

Why Choose Us

Why Choose Us

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

Lead Recycling

Lead 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

Lead pipe

Lead pipe

Lead pipes are still used in industry today thanks to its malleability, flexibility and resistance to corrosion.


Car wheel

Automotive parts

An estimated 64 million kilos per year of lead is used worldwide in the manufacture of wheel weights.

Lead sheets

Soft lead sheets

Soft, ductile and inert with the added benefit of its density making it an extremely versatile product.

The Process of

Lead Recycling

The lead recycling process involves several steps:


Lead products are collected from homes, businesses and industrial sites.


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


Any contaminants or attachments, such as other metals, debris or oil are removed to ensure pure lead.


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

Discover the value of lead recycling

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