Current Scrap Metal Prices
Scrap Metal Scrap Price Updated Price Date
Copper National Average $2.83/lb Updated 06/10/2023
Steel National Average $175.00/ton Updated 06/10/2023
Aluminum National Average $0.48/lb Updated 06/10/2023

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iScrap App Shows How to Connect with Customers

Recently Tom Buechel, Creator of the iScrap App, explained to scrap yards and the recycling industry how he connects and maintains relationships with his customers at his scrap yard, Rockaway Recycling, in North New Jersey. It was feature in the industry leading publication, Recycling Today and later reposted on Earth911’s Business Website. “Its easy to […]

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Scrappy Holidays Video

This Holiday Season the iScrap App wants to wish you, your family, and friends a healthy and happy New Year! Being huge scrap metal fans, the iScrap App Team wanted to get you in the Holiday mood with a little presentation of Scrappy Holidays! Hope you enjoy! Related Articles: Scrapping During The Winter New Year’s […]

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Recycling Pots & Pans the Right Way

The iScrap App was able to help out with a recent article about recycling pots and pans Earth911. “You might be someone who cooks with a nonstick pan everyday, but have you ever considered what you should do with your pan once it’s no longer suitable for cooking? A quick internet search reveals there’s a […]

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Scrap Metal Industry App

The iScrap App is a great tool for contractors, plumbers, electricians, construction workers, and many others to use while on the go. You will be able to find scrap yards and auto wreckers throughout the US and Canada. With thousands of companies listed throughout North America, users are able to search for local salvage yards […]

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Cup Of Joe Episode 3: Brass, Bronze, Ballasts, & More

Joe answers several questions this week about various items like brass, bronze, ballasts, motherboards, steel and more. If you have any questions of your own about something with scrapping or taking apart materials apart, let us know by commenting. Thanks for watching!

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Safety Tips – Communicate

Talking with those around you and that you work with is important. Letting the team around you know what is going on will make life much easier when you are trying to get a job done. By having dialogue with those around you, helps so they don’t have to assume. See More Safety Tips

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Use a File on Aluminum & Stainless Steel

“Mad Faced” Ernie gives you instructions on using your file to use another way to determine aluminum from stainless steel. Be sure to check the consistency of the metal to have a better idea.

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Couple Finds $10M Worth of Coins

A California couple recently was walking through their backyard of over 10 years, and stumbled upon a few paint cans of gold coins from the 1800s. Most of them being in pristine condition, they are valued at over $10 million for their collector value. One of the coins alone is worth over $1 million. The […]

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Scrapping A Stainless Steel Sink

Taking out a stainless steel sink can be worth a good chunk of change at a scrap yard. When you are looking to make an extra buck on the stainless steel sin, be sure to remove the steel ring on the outside and drain from the bottom to make more money. Take a hammer and […]

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Scrap Dealer Finds A $33.3 Million Treasure

A London antique dealer said Wednesday that that the scrap metal entrepreneur bought the egg for about $14,000, thinking he could make a small profit by reselling the piece for its gold content. Rare find: Imperial Fabrege egg scrap dealerAP Photo: Wartski, PA Undated handout photo issued by London antique dealers Wartski via the Press […]

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Baseball Season Is Back, With Junkyards?

This Baseball Player gets ready for the 2014 Baseball Season by holding his batting practice at a junkyard. Needless to say, we wouldn’t mind doing this either at the end of the day to take out some anxiety.

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Metal Monday – Stainless Steel

We have talked about stainless steel a few times, but it can get confusing so we want to go over it again. There are many different grades of stainless steel, but we are going to talk about the one common kind and the misconceptions about stainless. 304 Stainless is the most common type of stainless […]

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