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Eco-InnovativeQuick and convenient metal recycling is coming to Salford

Quick and convenient metal recycling is coming to Salford

Tradespeople and members of the public in Greater Manchester will soon benefit from quick and convenient metal recycling thanks to the arrival of EMR Express’ first site in Salford.

World-leading metal recycler, EMR is committed to finding new ways to improve the customer experience at all of its sites to allow as many people as possible to play their part in saving the planet by recycling their old and unwanted metal items. EMR Express has been carefully designed with busy customers in mind.

Located just off Liverpool Street, the streamlined site will accept, weigh and pay customers for their metal in a matter of minutes. Well-trained, professional staff will guide customers through the process, helping them continue with their day having been paid a competitive price for their material.

The metal collected at the site will then re-enter the supply chain, reducing manufacturers’ reliance on the carbon-intensive and nature-depleting mining of virgin materials around the world.

The site will open its doors for trade on November 9th and will accept materials such as:

  • Cable
  • Copper piping
  • Taps and valves
  • Kitchen sinks
  • Boilers
  • Radiators
  • And much more..


Ian Sheppard, Managing Director at EMR, said: “At EMR we are always working hard to develop new ways to better serve our customers. By creating a scaled-down site without the heavy processing machinery that you see at most of our other sites, our teams will be ready to focus on what really counts: customer experience.

“EMR Express is built around the needs of tradespeople and members of the public who simply want to deposit material, get paid a competitive price for it, and then continue with their days. Helping them to play their part in protecting natures resources.

“The metal recycling industry is changing fast as businesses and individuals look for ways to make sustainable choices about how they dispose of material. EMR customers can rely on us to ensure the metal we collect at our new Salford site will be processed responsibly and re-enter the circular economy for the next generation of manufacturing or construction.”

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