Non-ferrous metals: unmixed materials for industry
From A for aluminium to Z for zinc
Like their ferrous cousins, non-ferrous metals such as copper or brass can be recycled as many times as desired with almost no loss of quality. Reusing them conserves already scarce resources, making a vital contribution to environmental protection. The metal specialists at Interseroh sort these valuable secondary raw materials thoroughly, process them in line with customers' requirements and supply them directly to the international market - closing the material recycling loop.
Non-ferrous metals - highly adaptable
Non-ferrous metals such as aluminium, lead, copper, nickel, tungsten carbide or zinc have a variety of properties and are suitable for a wide range of applications. Interseroh can supply raw materials of varying quality levels, and to extremely precise metallurgical and physical specifications, thereby meeting the very specific requirements of each customer.
In demand worldwide
From old saucepans to machine components - regardless of the metal's original form, and whether it comes from private households or manufacturing plants, the specialists at Interseroh expertly analyse non-ferrous metal scrap and process it for straightforward reuse in industry as a secondary raw material. The entire process requires only one tenth of the energy needed to extract primary metals. Our international customers in Germany, Europe, Asia and the USA have learned to appreciate the comprehensive range of products and services available from Interseroh.
Interseroh is one of the world's leading providers of non-ferrous metals, supplying secondary raw materials around the world, to any quality level our customers request. To find out more, just get in touch.