Scrap metal purchase – our wholesale offer

Not only do we sell the highest quality non-ferrous metal products, but we also buy scrap in the form of aluminum, bronze, copper and brass. We collect scrap wholesale and retail, ensuring attractive and competitive prices and a reliable approach to each order. Recycling of metals is not only a responsible approach to the natural environment, but also a great way to save, and sometimes even additional, considerable earnings. It is worth remembering that some metals do not lose their properties in the recycling process, so it is even more worth appreciating the secondary raw materials market as a valuable source of sought-after materials. We encourage you to contact us by phone. We will answer all your questions and provide you with the necessary guidance. Secondary raw materials from non-ferrous metals are accepted both in our warehouse in Zielonka near Bydgoszcz and in the branch in Toruń.

Is collecting scrap worth it?

Some of you may be asking yourself if collecting scrap metal is worth it. Certainly, this is a job for systematic and persistent people. While it is difficult to expect a large earnings after putting one can at a scrap collection point, the result of a larger collection can already be a serious financial injection. It’s no exaggeration to say that money is lying on the street and you just have to bend down to pick it up.

What is worth collecting?

Among the items most popular among collectors are: aluminum cans and copper cables and wires. But experienced collectors often also come across more unique and valuable items such as old engines, electronics and household appliances, fragments of car wrecks, agricultural equipment, etc. However, before you set out to scour the surrounding streets in search of valuable metals, it is worth starting with your home. Many people do not even realize how many unnecessary items they have in their attic or basement, which can be sold for a profit, and at the same time clear their surroundings of unnecessary things.

Aluminium scrap



Aluminum min. 99.5%

4.01.1 to 4.01.2

Aluminum min. 99%

4.02.1 to 4.02.7

Wrought alloys without copper alloying elements: Mg, Mn, Si.

4.03.1 to 4.03.7

Wrought alloys with copper alloying elements: Cu, Mg, Mn, Si, Fe, Ni

4.04.1 to 4.04.6

Wrought alloys with zinc alloying elements: Zn, Cu, Mg, Mn

4.05.1 to 4.05.6

Casting alloys with magnesium alloying elements: Mg, Mn, Si.

4.06.1 to 4.06.5

Casting alloys with silicon alloying elements: Si, Mg, Mn.

4.07.1 to 4.07.5

Casting alloys with copper alloying elements: Cu, Mg, Mn, Si.

4.08.1 to 4.08.5

Casting alloys with zinc alloying elements: Zn, Si, Mg.

4.09.1 ​​to 4.09.5

Piston feet

4.10.1 to 4.10.5

Unsorted aluminum alloys

4.11.1 to 4.11.6

Bronze Scrap



Tin and tin-bronzesphosphor

1.13.1 to 1.13.6


1.14.1 to 1.14.5

Tin Bronze-ol lead

1.15.1 to 1.15.2

Tin Bronze-ol lead-zinc

1.16.1 to 1.16.4

Aluminum and aluminum bronzes with other alloy additions

1.17.1 to 1.17.3

Silicon and silicon bronzes with other alloy additives

1.18.1 to 1.18.3

Bronzes grades 1.13 to 1.18 coated with tin and tin alloys, Ni and Cr

1.19.1 to 1.19.3

Unsorted Scrap

1.20.1 to 1.20.2

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Copper min. 99.9%

1.01.1 to 1.01.2

Copper min. 99%

1.02.1 to 1.02.6

Copper min. 97%

1.03.1 to 1.03.2

Copper min. 70%

1.04.1 to 1.04.4

Brass Scrap



Two-component brasses

1.05.1 to 1.05.3

Lead Brass

1.06.1 to 1.06.3

Tin Brass

1.07.1 to 1.07.2

Nickel Brass

1.08.1 to 1.08.2

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