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Alloy Resources forges metal recycling plant at lakeshore

July 23, 2013
| By Pete Daly |
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Alloy Resources opens metal recycling plant at lakeshore
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Alloy Resources Corp has opened an aluminum and zinc recycling plant at the lakeshore.

The company’s vice president, Wayne Perry, said the facility — at 1985 E. Laketon Ave., Muskegon — is the state’s newest and “most efficient” aluminum smelting operation, serving the casting industry throughout the Midwest.


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Scrap metal

Alloy Resources reports offering a range of metal recycling services.

Alloy’s 90,000-pound-capacity reverberatory furnace has state of the art charging, degassing and pouring systems.

The company can process both primary and secondary scrap aluminum and zinc and is equipped with a flow filtering ceramic filtration system.

Alloy Resources will sort, inspect, clean and melt all aluminum and zinc scrap metal, including post-consumer, industrial, turnings and new scrap.

Materials it processes and recycles include dross, building materials, auto wheels, aluminum cans, extrusions, cookware, gutters, siding, aircraft, wiring and more.

Alloy Resources is an ISO 14001- and TS16949-certified company. 

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