Alnor industries have remained in the market for the last three decades and more. They have been giving their customers value to their scrap metals. Alnor industries have majored on recycling of both ferrous and non-ferrous metals. They major on tungsten, copper, stainless steel and even carbide. The ferrous carbide scrap Toronto metals which are recycled include steel and iron reclaimed from appliances and other unused machineries.
At alnor industries, we accept we accept all types of ferrous scrap metals, even the cast iron, babbled tin and heavy steal. We are known for our continuous buying commitment in the purchase and recycling of the scrap metals. We buy all kinds of carbide scrap in the whole of Toronto and make them to be used again as other products.
Though there are competitors who also try to buy scrap metals, they don’t give their clients’ money equivalent to their scrap metals. We always advice the clients not to sell their scrap metals to anyone who comes to their way at first. They should sample different buyers who offer the highest amount of money for the scrap metals. Alnor remains at the top of them all. We constantly buy the scrap at the highest prices in the market. That’s why we have remained strong in the market.
We have a big facility which enables us to purchase the scrap metals in large amount. We have enough room for storage, enough capital and even well trained personnel who help us in recycling the carbide scrap. We also have sophisticated machinery which is not found in anywhere else. We always give the Toronto residents the best recycled products.
Being a company that is dedicated to consistency, fairness and trustworthy, over the past years we have been the best in the business. Customers come day in day out to sell their carbide scrap metals to us. We have been able to transform the lives and livelihood to those who don’t have a formal source of income.
By recycling the carbide scrap metals, we have saved Toronto from pollution. Scrap metals when left on the field, they pollute water bodies and contaminate the environment. They are potential causes of deep cuts and injuries, especially to playing children. For the reason, Alnor’s plan is to save Mississauga and Toronto at large by recycling the carbide scrap metal.