Sell Metal in Swansea

If you are looking to sell scrap metal in Swansea you can find your nearest scrap metal dealer through our web based resource. We have established scrap metal dealers operating in Swansea and are able to provide services in most locations in Britain.

In the ever changing world of scrap metal, we are the constant that offers services that put you, the customer, at the front. In our blogs we keep you informed of the implications of movement in the metals market, in other words, the scrap metal dealers in Swansea will give you real time prices.

With this in mind, we are looking to maximise your profits, and ensure that you receive the best possible prices for your scrap metal. Our web resource is built to suit your requirements, and your local Swansea merchants will ensure that you have all the information that you need to sell metal. Find out what they can do for you with one quick phone call.

Who's Approved in Swansea

Welcome to Approved Metal Recyclers - AMR. We have been set up to help genuine metal sellers find genuine metal buyers in Swansea. We have sourced a network of reputable metal merchants in Swansea who have been Sell  Metal in Swanseaapproved after meeting the criteria. By entering your post code into the search box above AMR will automatically search all our members to find your nearest approved metal merchant.

Once you enter your postcode this will search local approved metal merchants in Swansea within a 20 mile radius of your postcode. The search results will show you your nearest approved metal merchant first and then the next closest and so forth. Each metal merchant has their own unique information page giving you up to date prices of copper and other metals. The information page also has contact details, about the company, map and directions.

 

Fighting Metal Crime in Swansea

The spiralling value of scrap metal has led to an increase in metal crime in Swansea and everything from valuable works of art to drain covers are being stolen for sale to unscrupulous scrap metal dealers. Here at Approved Metal Recyclers we are committed to fighting metal crime and are working with various bodies to this aim.

The consequences of stealing metal can be fatal, we have seen the instance of a hospital having to suspend operations due to having the copper stolen from its emergency back up generator. Scrap metal crime also causes massive disruption to daily life as thieves target the transport network for what they regard as easy pickings.

In league with local scrap metal merchants all over the U.K. we will work towards eradicating metal crime and with your help we will help to reduce it.

Through the 20th century, heavy industries in the town declined, leaving the Lower Swansea Valley filled with derelict works and mounds of waste products from them. The Lower Swansea Valley Scheme (which still continues) reclaimed much of the land. The present Enterprise Zone was the result and, of the many original docks, only those outside the city continue to work as docks; North Dock is now Parc Tawe and South Dock became the Marina. Little city-centre evidence, beyond parts of the road layout, remains from medieval Swansea; its industrial importance made it the target of bombing, known as the Blitz in World War II, and the centre was flattened completely. The city has three Grade One listed buildings, these being the Guildhall, Swansea Castle and the Morriston Tabernacle. Whilst the city itself has a long history, many of the city centre buildings are post-war as much of the original centre was destroyed by World War II bombing on the 19th, 20th and 21 February 1941 (the 'Three Nights Blitz'). Within the city centre are the ruins of the castle, the Marina, the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea Museum, the Dylan Thomas Centre, the Environment Centre, and the Market, which is the largest covered market in Wales. It backs onto the Quadrant Shopping Centre which opened in 1978 and the adjoining St David's Centre opened in 1982. Other notable modern buildings are the BT Tower (formerly the GPO tower) built around 1970, Alexandra House opened in 1976, County Hall opened in July 1982. Swansea Leisure Centre opened in 1977; it has undergone extensive refurbishment which retained elements of the original structure and re-opened in March 2008. Swansea was granted city status in 1969, to mark Prince Charles's investiture as the Prince of Wales.