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Getting Involved Full Time This is a grandfather and grandson team, Charlie and Alfie, who believe it or not work with a more traditional mode of transport - a pony and cart. They were seen when Channel 4 aired its documentary about how people were making money in different ways following the recession. The smaller the transport, the more picky you might need to be about the sort of things you’re collecting, however these two make a decent amount of money going after things like old appliances, discarded cabling and other small items. The money soon adds up! Anybody Can Collect Scrap Metal For those who think the scrap metal industry is dominated by men, think again! Here we see Cheryl, a single mother of three who goes out collecting scrap after her children have gone to bed. Cheryl was also seen at work on the Channel 4 documentary. Her philosophy is that everything that people throw away is something she can make money from. Apart from the money aspect, she enjoys the work as it takes her mind off her recent marriage break up. A quick fact: old washing machines and tumble dryers from launderettes are popular finds as they often still have coins in them. The record is apparently one that was taken to a scrap yard and still had £880 pound coins in the mechanism!
Case Study - Full 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 Full Time This is a grandfather and grandson team, Charlie and Alfie, who believe it or not work with a more traditional mode of transport - a pony and cart. They were seen when Channel 4 aired its documentary about how people were making money in different ways following the recession. The smaller the transport, the more picky you might need to be about the sort of things you’re collecting, however these two make a decent amount of money going after things like old appliances, discarded cabling and other small items. The money soon adds up! Anybody Can Collect Scrap Metal For those who think the scrap metal industry is dominated by men, think again! Here we see Cheryl, a single mother of three who goes out collecting scrap after her children have gone to bed. Cheryl was also seen at work on the Channel 4 documentary. Her philosophy is that everything that people throw away is something she can make money from. Apart from the money aspect, she enjoys the work as it takes her mind off her recent marriage break up. A quick fact: old washing machines and tumble dryers from launderettes are popular finds as they often still have coins in them. The record is apparently one that was taken to a scrap yard and still had £880 pound coins in the mechanism!
Case Study - Full Time
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