We were visiting a small town in Arizona called Fountain Hills.
While we were there, our little family ran across this awesome piece of art. Unfortunately, I don’t know who the artist is, but he/she created this horse.
Metals are essential, versatile and can be used in a number of ways. The good thing about metal recycling is that metal can be recycled over and over without altering its properties. The most common recyclable metals include aluminum and steel.
The most common recyclable metals include aluminum and steel. The other metals, for example, silver, copper, brass and gold, are so valuable that they are rarely thrown away to be collected for recycling. Therefore, they do not create a waste disposal crisis or problem.
The amount of energy saved using various recycled metals compared to virgin ore is up to 92 % for aluminum, 90 % for copper and 56 % for steel. According to scrap copper recycling Wollongong, if you recycle a single aluminum beverage can or a cooper pipe, you help conserve enough energy to power a 60-watt light bulb for more than four hours. The preserved energy can be used for other purposes in the economy.
…all from recycled pieces of metal.
Forks, pots and pans, mufflers, wheels, license plates,
and all sorts of recycled pieces made up this incredible horse.
What an inspiring idea!