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Iron and steel scrap, or ferrous scrap, comes many consumer products like automobiles and household appliances to industrial structures and equipment such as buildings, railroads, trains, bridges, ships, and farming equipment. Ferrous scrap is the most recycled material in the world.
Producing steel from ferrous scrap requires 60% less energy and reduces CO2 emissions 58% compared with producing steel from virgin materials


Nonferrous metals do not degrade or lose their chemical properties in the recycling process, which allows them to be recycled an infinite number of times. Nonferrous scrap comes from a wide array of consumer, commercial, and industrial sources that include electronic devices and wiring, beverage containers, automobile batteries and radiators, aluminum siding, airplane parts, and more.
Manufacturing products from recycled aluminum saves up to 95 percent of the energy needed to manufacture them from virgin materials.


Paper and paperboard are some of the most widely recycled materials in the world. About 80% of U.S. paper mills rely on recovered fiber to make some or all of their products, due in part to recovered fibre’s significant cost and energy savings compared with virgin fibre.

Manufacturing paper and paperboard with recycled materials uses up to 68% less energy than using virgin materials.


Plastics manufacturing continues to grow rapidly, reaching 348 million mt worldwide in 2018. With that growth comes the need to ensure that these materials are recycled in an environmentally responsible manner once they reach the end of their useful lives. Recycled plastic products can provide enormous environmental benefits compared with their virgin counterparts. For example, composite lumber made from recycled plastic bags conserves trees and reduces the need for hazardous wood-treatment chemicals.

Using recycled plastics in manufacturing also saves up to 88% of the energy needed to produce plastics from virgin materials