Endless Metals' Onehunga Expansion Attracts National Attention

Monday 9 December 2019, 3:07PM
By Beckie Wright

Endless Metals, a rapidly growing scrap metal recycling company servicing Napier and the greater Auckland region, are attracting major attention with their latest drive-thru recycling centre in Onehunga. Visiting for the first week of the new recycling location was National Party Leader Simon Bridges and National MP for the Maungakiekie electorate Denise Lee. Bridges and Lee took time out of their busy schedules to celebrate the growth of sustainable industry in Auckland. With their mounting success, Endless Metals are well positioned to be the top recycling services for scrap metal Onehunga has to offer.

Bridges and Lee were keen to meet with the passionate Endless Metals staff on site at Onehunga and learn more about the innovative scrap metal recycling processes they have developed to holistically extend the life of New Zealand metals, lower the costs of New Zealand construction and industry, and preserve New Zealand’s environmental purity. Endless Metals also shared with Bridges and Lee their journey and hopes for the future of the industry, including the upskilling of younger workers and the education of the public about the importance of metal recycling.

By expanding into Onehunga, Endless Metals are continuing their goal of assuming a leading role in New Zealand’s efforts to eliminate unnecessary waste. Their holistic approach to scrap metal recycling aims to enrich their communities and customers, all the while maximising the value of scrap metals and minimising their environmental impact. Endless Metals believe that the right approach can yield positive results for all parties involved.

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