You could be sitting on a gold mine and not realize it. Like most people, you throw away empty tin cans, used aluminum foil, and other scrap metals unaware that these are worth big money. How is that possible when they cost next to nothing when sold to junkyards.
You can turn empty tin cans, aluminum pipes, aluminum wires, aluminum sheets, and other aluminum metal scraps into aluminum ingots. An ingot is a block of metal, gold, steel or silver. The most popular example of an ingot is the gold bullion. Aluminum ingots are used to make other products.
The process would cost very little, aside from time. You can melt the aluminum using an old furnace and a waste oil burner. A pound of ingot costs between $15 – $20, depending on its purity. Watch this video to see how you can turn scrap into a money making venture.
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