Tuesday 12 January 2016

The Scrap Arm: Tackling Snow

Winter does not affect you much if you belong to the industry catering to heaters. However, winter does have a significant effect on the scrap arm where the scrap yards and associated employees are seriously affected with lessor no scrap jobs due to snow. How should scrap yards tackle this snowy haul? Here are some useful suggestions.

Start preparing

Winter is the best time to prepare for great profits ahead. How?

Winter is the time when the huge snow lands make it difficult for scrappers to collect scrap thus affecting steady business flow. Instead, take time to prepare a client list. This includes the various clients you are going to contact and recommend your services after the winter thaw.


Throughout the year, you may not have got time to organize your work area. Winter is the time to get everything in place so that you can focus on business as soon as the weather lightens. Put your scrapping instruments ready and brace them up, sharpen them and you are all set to bring in steady business with higher revenues.

Be done with major paperwork

The busy days often make us neglect the mundane paperwork. Winter is the best time to ensure all your bills are paid and you don’t receive a hugely numbered fine check at your doorstep later. Don’t forget to pay your taxes!

Get rid of the scrap inside

While you are busy outdoors at work, you forget to manage the scrap present inside your home. So while you’re enjoying sipping hot chocolate, take time to work on the scrap metal accumulated at your home like breaking down the redundant computers or stripping the aluminium wires.

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Source: energyfm.net

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