Mostly found in printing presses and publication businesses, Aluminum Litho scrap is very heavy compared to other aluminum scrap. It will be uncommon to come across if you are not in the printing business. You can scrap your aluminum litho at a scrap yard in your area and find out the price for your other scrap in one step.
Where Can You Recycle Aluminum Litho Plate?
Use the iScrap App to find a scrap yard in your area, while also viewing the prices for your aluminum litho scrap and other materials. Have a bulk amount of Aluminum scrap from a construction job or demolition work? Request a scrap metal pick up from a scrap yard near you and get the current Aluminum Litho Scrap Prices, through the iScrap App. See more Scrapping Videos here.
What Does The Word “Litho” Stand For?
Litho is short for lithograph, and these are the plates that are used in stamping and printing companies. They are generally anodized aluminum and are generally very thin so they can go through the machining process.