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Recycle Your Scrap Steel Today

At Jacobo & Son, we buy scrap steel at our scrap yard in Osborne Park. If you have steel products at your home or business, we offer high-quality scrap steel recycling services to turn your unwanted goods into cash.

Stainless steel is an alloy metal that can be found in a huge range of household, commercial and industrial equipment, including sinks, pipework and more. This nickel-based metal is resistant to rust and corrosion, meaning it can be reused for many years.

100% of stainless steel is recyclable. This is an environmentally friendly and economical method of forming construction materials, preventing the need for additional mining that harms the earth. Jacobo & Son offers the best industry prices for steel off-cuts in Perth.

Scrap Steel We Accept

At Jacobo & Son, we offer honest, onsite valuations to help you understand how much your steel scrap is worth. There are two main types of scrap steel that can be recycled:

  1. 304 scrap – this is the most common stainless steel (made of 18% chromium and 8% nickel)
  2. 316 scrap – this is the higher-grade stainless steel (made of 18% chromium, 10% nickel, 2.5% molybdenum)

You are likely to find scrap steel in:

  • Sinks
  • Piping
  • Cylinders
  • Sheet metal

It’s important that your scrap metal is clean of contaminants, paint and residue in order to maintain its value; however, speak to our team about the state of your items and we will offer a fair price.

Materials Accepted

We accept a wide range of materials at our recycling centre including ferrous and non-ferrous metals, old appliances, car engines, radiators, air conditioning units and more.

With our metal recycling service, you can reduce wastage and help the environment as well as receive cash for your unwanted items.

Contact Us Today

When it comes to the best cash for scrap Perth can offer, look no further than Jacobo & Son.

Contact our team today to discuss your scrap metal collection requirements. We’ll consider the weight of goods you want to dispose of, as well as the kind and quantity of metals.