Globe Metal, a recycler of metals based in Saint-Catherine, Quebec, Canada, now offers the handling and recycling of waste material produced via the metal Additive Manufacturing process. The company is aiming to reduce the environmental and financial impact of Additive Manufacturing through with its range of hazardous waste services.
Building on its experience within traditional industrial manufacturing, Globe Metal has begun working with an increasing number of Additive Manufacturing companies, including those producing parts for the aviation, aerospace, medical, dental, automotive sectors. For its part, Globe Metal recycles these companies’ metal waste, which includes titanium and its alloys; copper, aluminium, and nickel- & cobalt-based cobalt alloys; tool steels, stainless steels, and precious metal alloys like gold, platinum, palladium and silver.
In addition to this new service, Globe Metal also offers recycling of metal powders to local and international customers. The company can recycle scrap nickel powder, scrap cobalt powder, scrap molybdenum powder, scrap tungsten carbide powder, brass powder, bronze powder, copper powder, iron powder, stainless steel powder from stainless and steel mill scale.
Globe Metal handles mixed materials in compliance with all required permits and provides documentation of recycling and destruction, helping companies avoid costly fines and investigations which could interfere with productivity. Its services include waste audit, metal testing & analysis, logistics, metal reclamation, recycling, disposal and suggestions for on-site waste handling and management.