Scrap Metal Profit is a trading style of Admatrix Ltd, company number 08475546, VAT registration 195579545. Your use of the this website is subject to your acceptance of the terms of use and the privacy policy. You can contact Scrap Metal Profit by emailing admin@scrap-metal.org.uk and you will normally receive a reply within 48 hours.
Getting Involved in Your Spare Time A scrap collector operating part time - for example in the evenings or weekends - could easily make £30 a day. That’s £210 a week, £900 a month or £10,800 a year. To bring the statement to life, here is an experience of collecting discarded items: Two car batteries found in a friend’s garage, each weighing 17.5kg - a total weight of 35kg. o Value at the scrap yard = 35kg x £0.45 per kg = £15.75. A washing machine found for free in the local area via the Freecycle website. o Steel drum weighing 18kg: value at the scrap yard = 18kg x £0.20 per kg = £3.60. o Electric motor weighing 3kg: value at the scrap yard = 3kg x £0.50 per kg = £1.50. o Various cabling and other metal parts inside: additional value of £3.00. o Total value = £8.10. A sink and brass taps found in a skip on the way to collect the washing machine (note: the property owner who put the items into the skip was asked permission before removing the items). o Stainless steel sink weighing 7kg: value at the scrap yard = 7kg x £0.60 per kg = £4.20. o Brass taps weighing 1.5kg: value at the scrap yard = 1.5kg x £2.00 per kg = £3.00. o Total value = £7.20. Grand total for the morning = £31.05. Here is an idea of the scrap value of other popular items that you can find for free on the Freecycle website: LCD TV = £2.00 Vacuum cleaner = £1.00 Freestanding oven = £9.00 Tumble dryer = £5.00 Microwave = £2.00 The best thing is that people will be happy for you to take these things off their hands for free! In fact, you may remember an episode of The Apprentice a few years ago where the task involved collecting scrap and cashing it in at the end of the day.
Case Study - Part Time
Scrap Metal Profit is a trading style of Admatrix Ltd, company number 08475546, VAT registration 195579545. Your use of this website is subject to your acceptance of the terms of use  and the privacy policy. You can contact Scrap Metal Profit by emailing admin@scrap-metal.org.uk and you will normally receive a reply within 48 hours.
Getting Involved in Your Spare Time A scrap collector operating part time - for example in the evenings or weekends - could easily make £30 a day. That’s £210 a week, £900 a month or £10,800 a year. To bring the statement to life, here is an experience of collecting discarded items: Two car batteries found in a friend’s garage, each weighing 17.5kg - a total weight of 35kg. o Value at the scrap yard = 35kg x £0.45 per kg = £15.75. A washing machine found for free in the local area via the Freecycle website. o Steel drum weighing 18kg: value at the scrap yard = 18kg x £0.20 per kg = £3.60. o Electric motor weighing 3kg: value at the scrap yard = 3kg x £0.50 per kg = £1.50. o Various cabling and other metal parts inside: additional value of £3.00. o Total value = £8.10. A sink and brass taps found in a skip on the way to collect the washing machine (note: the property owner who put the items into the skip was asked permission before removing the items). o Stainless steel sink weighing 7kg: value at the scrap yard = 7kg x £0.60 per kg = £4.20. o Brass taps weighing 1.5kg: value at the scrap yard = 1.5kg x £2.00 per kg = £3.00. o Total value = £7.20. Grand total for the morning = £31.05. Here is an idea of the scrap value of other popular items that you can find for free on the Freecycle website: LCD TV = £2.00 Vacuum cleaner = £1.00 Freestanding oven = £9.00 Tumble dryer = £5.00 Microwave = £2.00 The best thing is that people will be happy for you to take these things off their hands for free! In fact, you may remember an episode of The Apprentice a few years ago where the task involved collecting scrap and cashing it in at the end of the day.
Case Study - Part Time
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