Get ready for an exhilarating journey with REPURPOSED Season 2. Join ISRI members, Sierra International Machinery in partnership with CMC and SA Recycling, as they dive into the transformative world of metal recycling. REPURPOSED is available on YouTube.
Witness the remarkable transformation of recycled metal into the backbone of global infrastructure – rebar. In this season, REPURPOSED explores the pivotal role of steel mills in building the backbone of modern infrastructure, showcasing the transformational impact on our world today. The series explores the fascinating aspects of how materials are not simply recycled, but transformed and born again.
Watch the first episode of Season 2, “THE FOUNDATION OF POWER,” where the critical role the recycled materials industry plays in America’s foundation is unraveled. Episode 1 sets sail with SA Recycling’s remarkable ship-recycling operations, showcasing their commitment to environmental stewardship and the meticulous recovery of metals. Witness how these recycled materials embark on a transformative journey to CMC’s facilities, where they are reborn as rebar, the backbone of American infrastructure. Join REPURPOSED as it lays the groundwork for a series that not only educates but inspires a deeper appreciation for the industry that upholds and sustains our nation.
The REPURPOSED series is a multi-episode video series that highlights various American metal processors and recyclers to show how recycled materials from ferrous and non-ferrous metals to paper are processed and transformed into new steel, aluminum ingot, copper anodes, and paper products. To the individuals within the recycled materials industry, it is no secret that the items produced from recycled material are vital to manufacturing and the production of everyday goods. But unfortunately, average citizens have become increasingly uninformed of the supply chains. REPURPOSED takes viewers behind the scenes to witness how the items utilized on a day-to-day basis rely on recycled material facilities, steel mills, foundries and paper mills.