A Fortune in Scrap
Secrets of the Scrap Metal Industry

A Fortune
in Scrap
Secrets of
the Scrap Metal
Industry

Welcome to A Fortune in Scrap...

... where you'll learn insider secrets of the scrap metal industry.

A Fortune in Scrap

Do you who love a good scrap metal hunt? It pays to know the secrets of this lucrative industry. Look, there’s no point in picking up heavy metal if it’s not worth anything monetarily. Don’t go breaking your back picking up worthless scrap. It’s time to learn how to source profitable areas where the goodies lie hidden.

Ken discloses his top secrets and tells you why it’s important to know the difference between ferrous and non-ferrous metals. This book also includes sheet steel gauges and weights.

Got any non-running cars lying around? These are great scrap sources and Ken lists what needs to be removed before it can go to the crusher. Generators, transformers, and cables are also significant sources of scrap metal.

Another source of scrap metal: old fields with abandoned tractors! You never know what you'll find on acreage :-)





See How Thermic Lances work in A Fortune in Scrap

Ever heard of “thermic lances”? We also known them as Thermal Lances and these heavy-duty torches cut scrap apart—think of big ships and bridges—like a knife through butter. When you enter this highly lucrative field, you can use this knowledge for the safe dismantling old cranes, etc.

Take advantage of his knowledge of bridges and buildings to old locomotives and the rails they run on. Ken also shares with you his black and white photos of buildings being demolished. Old scrap is worth a lot of money and lurks in many places, provided you know where to look!

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Scrap Metal Recycling is Big Business
Yes, there's a fortune in scrap recycling to be made!

The information in this book is an example of BIG RECYCLING. The recycling of scrap metal is a necessary process—both from an economic and environmental point of view. Why? Recycling means a reduced demand on the Earth’s natural resources.

Head on over to Amazon.com and pick up a copy of A Fortune in Scrap—Secrets of the Scrap Metal Industry today so you can get going on a profitable hunt tomorrow!

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NOTE: Ken passed away in 2015. He was one of the hardest-working men I've ever known and I'm so proud to call him my dad.

He taught me a lot, growing up. His notion of recycling comes into play in my everyday life, even if it's only recycling cans, boxes, and bottles. Plus sheets of previously printed paper we use as notepads.