Scrap metal recycling has brought a number of automotive industries to high pedestals. That of the United States was able to propagate a tremendous amount of income of $250 billion biannually. On the year 2010, the United States Scrap Industry was able to increase its sales and production by 40% thus earning the nation’s income for about $77 billion. Together with the increase of the cash flow is the new employment of approximately 130,000 from local recycling centers despite of the current economic condition. The figures speak for themselves. These scraps are being refined and processed as raw materials for newly base metals. It is more cost-effective and lesser in energy consummation hence helping the industries to save more finances for its operations. What further pushed these entities to do this type of business is that not only will they have the luxury of the monetary gains but also they made a self-proclamation that they are Mother Earth advocates. Just as what Ethics dictates human beings to become responsible stewards of the world, these people have a strong belief of taking care of the environment. They have understood the importance of preservation for the future generations to come.
Analysts have also made the affirmation that there will be the continuity of increase of scrap metal demand all over the world. Furthermore, more automotive industries will base their operations with this kind of trend. Because of its many advantages in an industry and in the environment, this will persist to exist.
As the technology and industrialization advance in today’s world, more of our natural resources are being depleted. Awareness of what can be done simply by just the mere recycling of metals can lead to saving the earth as well as augmenting higher employment rates and helping the economy to its recovery. Consider that as a natural phenomenon existing. Attached to this phenomenon is that the demand for scrap metal recycling is escalating in many countries thus pacifying the adversities and constraints casted upon our environment. This cycle goes on and on as they are counted as the secondary materials. A conclusion can be made that for the benefit of the world, it necessitates recycling.