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About Antons Recycling

What could be better than helping the environment and clearing out your scrap metal at the same time? Getting paid for it of course! Antons Recycling in Alice Springs will give you a cash payout for every piece of good non-ferrous metal or car part you bring. Over our decade of operation, we've developed a reputation for high pay rates and completely fair and trustworthy dealings. We weigh the scrap in front of you, and you'll get paid on the spot! We accept a great variety of non-ferrous metals, such as copper, brass, aluminium, stainless steel and many more. Aside from raw scrap metal, we also buy electric motors, lead batteries, catalytic convertors and radiators from all types of vehicles. If you have non ferrous metal products or car parts that you need to get rid of, just bring it all to our team at Antons Recycling. Visit us today in Alice Springs or call us up to find out the current rates on offer.


  • Materials accepted:

  • Copper

  • Brass

  • Aluminium

  • Stainless steel

  • Lead batteries

  • Electric motors

  • Radiators

  • Catalytic convertors

  • High-temperature alloys

  • Wheel rims

  • Zinc (all grades)

  • Titanium (all grades)

  • Nickel (all grades)

  • Catalytic converters

  • Batteries

  • Insulated wire – copper, aluminium, lead

  • Electrical appliances

  • Pots & pans

  • Knives

  • Railings, benches & doors

  • Restaurant kitchen counters & appliances


  • Recycling services

  • Cash for scrap metals

  • Weigh & pay


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14 Wilkinson St, Ciccone NT

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  • ABN 46 913 277 294

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between ferrous and non-ferrous metals?

The short answer is that ferrous metals or alloys contain iron and non-ferrous ones do not. Ferrous metals, such as mild steel, carbon steel, cast iron and wrought iron are very common and low priced. Non-ferrous metals, like copper and aluminium are difficult to manufacture or mine.

How do I know what grade of material my metals are?

Although there is no easy answer, as scrap yards often have their own grading system, it mostly refers to the quality of metal. For instance low-grade copper might be pipe or solid metal used in plumbing with around 94% purity; whereas clean, shiny and undamaged copper with 100% purity will fetch the highest price.

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