The metal in your clothes, your shoes, your wallet and your car might be processed by different types of companies, but the metal in the bodies of animals is largely produced by a few small operations.
Here are the five largest and the five smallest.1.
B.F.I. Metal Processing, Inc.
B.FI. is a U.S.-based metal processing company, and the company is known for producing the most durable and environmentally friendly metal, but also for being one of the most environmentally destructive.
BFI processes a wide range of metal, including titanium, titanium-alloy, brass, bronze and copper, but according to the Environmental Working Group (EWG), it processes the most toxic metals.
BFI processes a range of metals, including brass, aluminum, stainless steel, aluminum-alloys, titanium, nickel, copper and bronze, but its biggest impact on the environment has been in the aluminum and zinc industry, where it uses mercury-based compounds to extract aluminum and nickel from rocks.2.
BFL Metal Processing Corporation, Inc., BFLP, Incorporated is an American-based metal extraction and processing company based in Poughkeepsie, New York.
BFP’s biggest customers are car dealerships, automotive parts makers, scrap metal manufacturers, recyclers, recycler wholesalers and metal suppliers.
BFFP processed the most metals in the metal industry last year, processing more than 1.6 billion tons of aluminum, 1.4 billion tons aluminum-tin, 1 billion tons copper and 1 billion kilograms copper-tin.3.
AEG Marine Products, Inc, AEGM, Inc is an environmental management company with headquarters in Wilmington, North Carolina.
It processes the metals that make up the world’s bulk metal waste.
It also processes the minerals used in the manufacture of scrap metal and recyclables.
The company processed 1.2 billion tons metal in 2013.4.
Taconite Corp., TACON, Inc was founded in 2005 by former New Jersey State Senator Donald Tacon, who has become a prominent environmental activist.
TACN processes the metal that makes up the bulk of the planet’s metals, which include nickel, iron, titanium and zinc.
The metals in TAC N’s metal recycling operations, including TAC S, TAC T, Tacon T, and Tacon B, have been used in metal-making processes since 2006.5.
J.L. Haskins Metal Processing LLC, JLH, Inc , was founded by former Pennsylvania Attorney General Tom Leventhal, who is now an environmental activist, and is headquartered in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
The facility uses more than 70,000 tons of scrap metals, and it processes more than 3 million tons of metal each year.
The most environmentally harmful metals that JL Haskis processes are nickel, titanium dioxide, copper oxide, zinc oxide, copper sulfate and zinc chloride.
The Environmental Protection Agency has said that the majority of the metals used in metals processing are toxic.
According to the EPA, of the metal processing facilities used by the American Society of Composites Engineers, Metallurgical Engineers, Chemical Engineers, and others, “the majority of metals processed by the metal companies are highly toxic, causing cancer and other diseases, and contributing to landfills and pollution.”
In addition, the EPA said that these metals are “the major cause of groundwater contamination, as well as the potential for environmental degradation in urban areas.”
The EPA also said that “the EPA’s estimate of the total amount of metals that could be disposed of each year is based on the assumption that most of these metals can be recycled.
EPA estimates show that more than 40 percent of the toxic metals are disposed of in a single year.”