DKP scrap, in the manufacturing industry;
• Forms of sheet metal residues that are formed as a result of cutting processes, which are cut into clippings.
• Pressed bale/package forms of sheet metal residues resulting from cutting processes
• End-head residues in the form of Turkish delight that emerged during the rolling process.
• Steel production consists of ingots, blooms, billets, plates, construction and similar steel manufacturing residues that come out as semi-finished products in the continuous casting process.

Extra scrap;
• Wrapped forms of edge cutting material from the steel fabrication sector (Wrapping)
• Sheet metal residues resulting from cutting processes in the manufacturing industry
• Rebar scraps
• Cut or pressed pipes
• Forged steel
• Railway tracks (Used Rails), locomotive or wagon wheels

Bonus scrap, used, resulting from dismantling and disassembly;
• Steel construction manufacturing residues
• Rebar pieces
• Sheet metal and pipe parts
• Cut or pressed pipes
• Steel profiles, plates and traverse parts
• Bridge and construction scrap
• Vehicle rims and chassis
• Non-sunken ship scraps
• Railway tracks (Used Rails), locomotive or wagon wheels

I. Group Scrap
Group I Scrap;
• Forms of Extra and Bonus scraps that do not comply with the specified dimensions
• Wraps that open due to not being tied properly
• Rebars, coils, ties, wires, etc. It is formed by the wrapping/ball-shaped forms of the material.

II. Group Scrap
II. Except for Group Scrap, DKP, Extra, Bonus, Scissors and I. Group qualities;
• Sunken ship scraps,
• Long edge cutting scraps (3 mm. and below)
• Sheet metal scraps (3 mm. and below)
• Oxide free/low oxide strapping scraps (3 mm and below)
• Wires, ties, etc. open or pressed form (3 mm and below)
• Fine non-oxide/low oxide sheet scraps (3 mm. and below)
• Metallic domestic scrap