According to the World Steel Organisation, steel is the most recycled material on the planet. In the developed economies, significant volumes of steel scrap are generated from end-of-life products and infrastructure. Data from Bureau of International Recycling (BIR) indicates that, on average, more than 500 million tonnes has been recycled every year since 2007.
Overview of scrap sources, across the spectrum of internal and external scraps
Furnace heat issues arising from unwanted metal elements in the scrap charge
The various types of scrap arising from the steel production process
Scrap quality control issues with merchant scrap
End of life vehicles
The recycling of End-of-Life vehicles for scrap