The metal recycling industry contains a wide range of metals. There are two main classes of metals, which are ferrous and non-ferrous. The scrap commodity can be used over and over and typically goes throw various processes that include collecting, metal sorting, packed for transportation, shredded, medaled to be used for new products. This division is fairly new for Falvon. We are able to use our network and geographic location which is Canada to be able to export metal scrap. Metal scrap comes from all sorts of industries such as automotive, building, ships, planes, homes, etc. We currently work with scrap yards in Canada and some cases from the United States.
The plastic scrap sector has various material and some are PET, PP, LDPE, HPDE etc. This sector is beneficial both economically and reducing pollution. Plastic recycling is collected, sorted, sometimes regrind and used for new manufacturing for a wide range of products that are reusable. Typically the end-use is in the industry of packing, construction, textile, automotive, electronics, etc. Falvon being based out of North America has access to recycling plants locally and nationally.
The e-scrap recycling industry has many materials and uses found in computers, cellphones, monitors, servers, etc. It is created when an end of use for devices is reached. The e-scrap industry is growing every minute due to the rapid technology growth and consumption-driven from the population. E-scrap/waste comments contain non-hazardous material such as metal, chemical compounds, and precious metals. Also hazardous material such as lead, mercury, sulfur, etc. The process is the same as most scrap commodities that are collected and transported, sorted or shredded then prepared for sale. The e-scrap is useful for the technology industry such and used computers, resellers, refurbishers, and precise metal refiners. We are currently exporting our of Canada and the USA at small volumes.