Solutions for Handling Your Metal-Containing Byproducts
Alpha Omega Recycling offers reclamation, processing, and recycling services for businesses with metal-bearing byproducts and wastes. We’re capable of handling complicated waste streams in an environmentally friendly way that also streamlines our clients’ operations and helps them meet regulations.
Our Core Units of Business
Alpha Omega works with a wide variety of metal-containing wastes and byproducts from an assortment of industries. There’s virtually no type of metal-laden waste that we aren’t familiar with, but the most common types of materials we process are:
Catalysts used in refining petroleum and other types of manufacturing often contain metals, metal oxides, or sulfides. When the catalyst is no longer usable and is deactivated, it is known as a “spent catalyst,” and it can then be sent for processing to recover the leftover metals. From there, the metals are recycled or properly disposed of.
Scrap & Residues
Manufacturers are regularly left with residues that they need to deal with. But instead of paying someone to simply dispose of the material, we can recycle it for you. This reduces negative environmental impacts and also has economic advantages. We accept all categories of non-ferrous and precious metals, byproducts and prime materials. Included in the list of things we accept are ashes, tubings, slags, filter cakes, sludges, drosses, residues, dusts and fines.
Ores & Concentrates
An ore or concentrate is a kind of aggregate or similar product that comes from manufacturing. They contain high levels of metal, which make them ideal for recycling, and they’re often repurposed to create secondary products. At Alpha Omega, we can process nearly any type of metal-bearing ore or concentrate.
Smarter, Environmentally Conscious Waste Processing
For businesses looking to recycle their industrial byproducts in an environmentally friendly manner, we have solutions. Not only can we help you meet your environmental goals, we’ll help you streamline your whole waste management process, so you can operate more efficiently and improve your bottom line. To find out if our services might work for you, click below to learn more about the metals we work with, or simply contact us with your questions.