I tend to shoot at a lot of steel-cased ammo, it's cheap and available after all, and I definitely make a habit of cleaning up after myself and can't stand it when I find a shooting spot where someone clearly hasn't done the same. Frankly, I am even a little scared to shoot in that sort of setting because to me, one can infer something about an individual who blasts up a car battery and leaves it there; guns and irresponsibility don't mix. Besides, one way to lose public access to a shooting spot, is to leave messes. That said, say I fire 200 rounds of steel-cased ammo, while picking it all up isn't a problem, my question is, what do I do with it afterwards? It's not reloadable so I can't learn to make use of it, or pass it on to someone who can. I've just been letting it collect to larger and larger quantities while pondering the question. I don't feel like throwing in the garbage since it will end up in the dump and it's not biodegradable. Do I put it in the recycling like one would with tin cans? Can/will they recycle it? Do I come up with some sort of arts/crafts hobby?