Video: Ghana Update With Head Of Operations, Luke Anyasi

Our new site in Ghana (second in the portfolio) is just about ready to start producing recycled materials for the first time. Our skilled Project Manager, Luke Anyasi, gives us a tour of what it will look like once completed — along with an explanation of our recycling process.

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Why Copper At Romco?

We added copper into our lines in April this year. We’ve been impressed with the results, so we’re sharing why it’s been a good fit for us at Romco. TLDR: It’s versatile, valuable, and anti-viral.

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Over USD$1 trillion needed for energy transition metals, study finds.

An investment of over $1 trillion will be needed in key energy transition metals – aluminium, cobalt, copper, nickel and lithium – over the next 15 years just to meet the growing demands of decarbonisation, enabling the shift away from fossil fuels and into renewables and other green sources of energy.

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Romco On Course To Be The Biggest Reducers Of All, New ESG Report Shows

Who says a company should only focus on becoming bigger? Romco are flipping the script by evaluating their growth and success by how much they’ve shrunk... Environmentally speaking. Romco’s 2020 Environmental, Social, and Governance Report has been released and they’ve got very little to be proud of.

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New Logo, New Era

We’ve grown… So too how we report, communicate, and relate to our stakeholders. Some things won’t change, like the personal service we pride ourselves on, but that’s what this is about; personal service. We want you, our customers, stakeholders, and onlookers to be more informed about where we are as a company.

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Excitement for ‘The Romco Mission’ catches investors’ eye.

One of Romco’s strategic goals of 2019, to raise £3million for the commissioning of new smelters and additional recycling facilities, achieved a significant landmark over the weekend; Romco has announced their first public investment raise achieved an over-subscription totalling near 150% of the investment target.

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Romco COVID-19 Announcement

The current disruption pales in insignificance against the need for our families and communities to be safe. The wellness of our communities is top priority. The Coronavirus pandemic has caused disruption to movement, jobs, and markets. Naturally, this can be alarming. To put minds at ease I’d like to make the ROMCO Group position clear.

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An Update From The Invest In Romco Team

Romco Metals launched a mini-bond investment opportunity in 2019, and along with our wonderfully dedicated staff, it has helped the organisation fulfil our mission — growing our capacity to reduce global dependence on landfills by way of recycling and smart waste management.

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Greta Thunberg Takeaways

Key Lessons Learnt From the UN Speech of Greta ThunbergSo, what do you expect a 16-year-old girl to be doing in her life? Your answer would probably be something like going to school, hanging out with her friends, and just being her happy and carefree self. Well, in that case, you need to know more about young Greta Thunberg and her work!

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Sell Your Copper Scrap

Sell Your Scrap MetalThe best way to get a good deal when selling your copper scrap is to sell to a scrapyard. We recommend that you do thorough research to find the scrapyards offering the best deals. It is your duty as the seller to discover the yard with the best price, and recent technological advancements have made that easy. 

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Tips on how to Monetise Your Scrap Metal

The easiest way to start making money from scrap metal is to keep your eyes open and be aware of everything around you. There is a well-known saying that states that ‘one person's waste is another person's treasure’. However, have you ever thought that you can also make money from recycling or by selling scrap that you think is no longer useful? You should sit down and analyze which metals are in high demand in your country or state and how they can be used to make money.

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How Does Metal Recycling Work?

In general, the recycling of scrap metals is less energy-intensive and more effective than processing and refining raw metals using conventional mining methods. Mining creates a variety of environmental hazards including toxic runoff, contamination of groundwater, degradation of ecosystems, and fragile geological conditions. Moreover, most types of mining require large fossil fuel inputs.

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How is Radioactive Metal Recycled?

While beneficial, metal recycling comes with its share of hazards. During the recycling process, a component such as an aerosol can create harmful reactions if it is not properly treated. Similarly, metal recycling can be influenced by radioactive materials. This situation occurs especially when the item is quite old. So, during the metal recycling process, the professional must check all the items to determine whether there are any radioactive metal. Special metal detectors are used during the process that alerts the expert when they come in contact with radioactive metal or material.

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List of Different Types of Metals

Metals and technological advancements in manufacturing procedures provided humans with the industrial revolution. This prompted an exponential development of human civilization leading us to where we are today. There are now different types of metals all around us.

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Tips for an Effective Site Clearance

Site clearance for foundation construction requires excavation and setting out. As well as health and safety measures to ensure that the site is ready for construction and no one is injured. To construct an excellent project, the site needs to be prepared for construction. Hence, the condition of the project site, including its surface and subsurface condition. This must be assessed and investigated thoroughly.

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Discover The Best Metal Detector In The Market

If you are developing an interest in metal detecting as a hobby, your most important buy will be your metal detector. You will also need accessories, such as digging tools, headphones, and different sized search coils. These are secondary; first, you will need to look for the best metal detector for you.

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How is Aluminium Recycled?

Aluminium has been recycled for almost 100 years and a striking 75% of all the metal ever produced is still in use today. Since recycled aluminium has the same characteristics of new as well as taking only 5% of the energy to make, it commands a high value as scrap or on the secondary market.

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Commercial Waste Management from Beginning to End

Commercial waste, trade waste, or sometimes referred to as business waste, every business firm has refuse that must be disposed of. While commercial waste management isn't typically the first thing on any business owner’s mind, it is highly important due to the increasing pollution of all types.

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Reduce, Reuse & Recycle

First of all, something I want to make clear is the fact that we only have one planet and it is our collective duty to do whatever we can to make sure the Earth is inhabitable not only for us and our families but for our future generations. One small step we can take immediately is to grasp the concept of reduce, reuse and recycle.

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What You Should Know About Lead-Acid Battery Recycling

Lead-acid batteries are used to power various vehicles, including trucks, trains, cars, buses, boats, etc., across the globe. These batteries provide a stable electricity supply to the electrical system of the vehicles. Moreover, during power outages, lead-acid batteries offer pollution-free power to cities. Today, they are used in almost every organisation and home around the world.

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How is Metal Recycled?

Lead-acid batteries are used to power various vehicles, including trucks, trains, cars, buses, boats, etc., across the globe. These batteries provide a stable electricity supply to the electrical system of the vehicles. Moreover, during power outages, lead-acid batteries offer pollution-free power to cities. Today, they are used in almost every organisation and home around the world.

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American Steel Stocks Plummet

According to US President Donald Trump, the steel industry of America became the topic for a conversation all around the world when he imposed tariffs. He further added that the industry was provided with a new life and worked hard.

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About Construction Recycling

Every year the construction industry generates an enormous amount of waste. In fact, as per research, by the year 2025, the construction waste generated across the globe will reach an alarming 2.2 Billion tons. Evidently, the construction industry needs to take its construction recycling a bit more seriously. Even small steps by countries from around the world can make a significant impact in improving the existing condition.

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The World of Recycling: The Facts

When you want to get a metal structure removed, contact any contractor that expertly handles all the aspects of your plan. The demolition of scrap metal constitutes as a major role in any deconstruction and metal recycling process. The modern buildings comprise of steel, which is why taking down any such building means ending up with heaps of unwanted metal. For such reasons, demolition contractors are prominent. Since metal is one of the world’s most lucrative salvage items in the world of recycling, the contractors recycle it as much as possible.

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British Steel: What went wrong?

British Steel a company that is at the risk of shutting down, has been taken from the control of Greybull, the owners. Due to this, jobs of approximately 5,000 people are at risk.The British government have had conversations with Greybull in order to help rescue the firm from closing. However, the talks are now over and the Government’s Official Receiver has taken over the company.The taking over is a part of liquidation, which may result in the closure of the company. This will occur if the people who are currently controlling the British Steel are not able to find a solution.Around 3,000 people work at Scunthorpe’s site while the rest are employed at other sites. These 5,000 people are not the only ones to be affected by the closure – it is predicted that the lives of about 20,000 people would be impacted by the shutting.

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10 Ways You Can Reuse Aluminium Foil

Aluminium foil is probably one of the most versatile and useful mass-produced substances. Before it was produced, people used tin foil that was made using tin. However, tin transferred undesirable odours to food products and this is why developing an alternative became necessary.

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Keeping Your Steel Stainless

Corrosion refers to the deterioration of any metal due to the chemical reactions between it and the surroundings. The rate and form of deterioration are determined by both the environmental conditions and the kind of metal. The environment that these metals react with mainly includes the gases that are in contact with them. Therefore, we will give a few tips on keeping your steel stainless.We use metals in our lives in various things like cans, utensils, vehicles, etc. When these corrode, they may become useless. Therefore, it is essential to prevent the corrosion of metals.

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Top Metal Manufacturers in 2020

Metal manufacturers work with reusable and crucial resource with density, luster, high electrical conductivity, high thermal conductivity, and can be deformed under pressure without the need for splitting. It is broadly categorized into two segments, ferrous and nonferrous metals:

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Supermarkets Face Backlash as War on Plastic Rages on

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Metal manufacturers work with reusable and crucial resource with density, luster, high electrical conductivity, high thermal conductivity, and can be deformed under pressure without the need for splitting. It is broadly categorized into two segments, ferrous and nonferrous metals:

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Recycling: Bringing back the UK Steel Industry

Most of us are aware that steel is a completely recyclable metal and has the most unproblematic packaging material in the whole world to recycle. Therefore, it is most suitable for packaging all kinds of pet food, aerosols, drinks and other food items.

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3R – No Time To Waste

A global initiative to save the environment called 3R has been taken on by a lot of giant organisations and this is making a lot of buzz because of the problems that are arising due to improper discard of plastic. In order to reduce the plastic reductions some of the big companies like Veolia, Nestle, Tetra Pak and many more are planning to devise a strategy to help protect the environment by launching an initiative which will be supported globally.

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Metal recycle market size will exceed $950 billion by 2026

According to the forecasts of Acumen Research and Consulting, the global metal recycle market value is expected to reach nearly USD 950 billion by 2026, and the growth can be at a CAGR of above 3.8% during the predicted time frame. For the forecast 2018 was taken as the base year and 2019-26 as the forecast period.

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The Importance of Recycling Metal

It's more than possible for us to be recycling metal and transform metals into new metals of equivalent quality.The recycling industry as a whole is a net contributor to the UK's trade balance, helping the nation meet end-of-life objectives in cars, packaging and electrical appliances. The direct result being the production of raw secondary materials used as part of the manufacturing process which allows for a sizeable decrease in the usage of natural energy and organic resources.

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India’s Metal Processing Market, 2023 forecast

Business Wire's latest report India's Metal Processing Sector Report 2019/2023 has given way to a lot of conversation.This report provides India's metal processing sector with a complete and detailed analysis. The researcher presents in-depth business intelligence across countries and regions in a standard format, providing a balanced mix of analyses and data.

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What is the Scrap Value of Vehicles?

If you are planning to sell your vehicle because it has become too old, you should consider the following factors before analysing the scrap value of vehicles. By scrap value of vehicles, we mean your vehicle’s worth when it is deemed as unusable. The following are factors that affect your vehicle’s scrap value:

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What happens at Landfill?

It is important to deposit rubbish to keep our surroundings clean and hygienic. There are two common ways for burying rubbish. One is by dumping, which means an open hole in the ground where rubbish is dumped and animals swarm around. The other option is to design a structure on the ground where the waste can be kept isolated from the general public, animals, groundwater, etc. That’s what landfill is all about.

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The Scrap Value of Coins – Can the metal exceed the value of the currency?

Money is nothing but a medium of exchange; we give money in exchange for products and services. Coins are part of the currency that is exchanged. We all know that coins are made from metal. This means that the metal also has value and this could be different from the value of the currency. It is quite fascinating to determine the scrap value of coins versus their actual currency value.

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What is the Toughest Material in the Known Universe?

Talking about the toughest material in the universe, the first thing that might come to mind might actually be metal. It turns out that the strongest material in the universe isn't graphene, it's not steel, it's not even that fictional Vibranium we all hear about in the movies, it's Nuclear Pasta. I know what you’re thinking but it's not pasta. It's a dense material that is about 10 billion times stronger than steel. Scientists named it after one of our favourite foods but It's all about neutron stars. 

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