Nowadays, the most important problem is the high cost as casted products. Foundries are increasing the use of secondary sources to reduce their raw material costs. Especially, for continuous caster edge milled swarf has a big potential for possible new secondary source. Usually this swarf has a high amount of oil ingredient and low density and this properties lead this material as a low quality and low recovery rate source. To solve this problem some of the companies try to reduce oil usage, some of them changing the oil type. However especially for reverberatory melting furnaces the density must be higher than molten aluminum density. We will evaluate the chip briquetting solutions to improve melting efficiency for chips. Also we will conducting the density and oil amount results together with edge miller oil usage, swarf oil amount, cyclone filter parameters, pressing parameters, oil reduction methods and melting efficiency of briquetting.