Lancashire-based scrap metal recycling firm Maxilead Metals has started boosting its ferrous metal exporting on the back of increased international demand.
According to the company, it has sent 11,000 tonnes of ferrous material to Singapore, India and Bangladesh since it began exporting two and a half years ago.
Collecting and processing near 60,000 tonnes of waste metal from households and organisations around the UK annually, 7% of Maxilead Metals’ material is now disposed of via export to these destinations.
Maxilead Metals managing director Tom Clay said: “With China announcing tightened restrictions on imports of foreign waste from . . .
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