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Copper National Average $3.50/lb Updated 07/13/2024
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Brass Radiators

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Recent Price History

$2.22/lb Milely Recycling Inc, Louisville, Kentucky 5/28/24
$1.85/lb St. Louis, Missouri 6/8/23
$1.65/lb CMC Recycling, Joplin, Missouri 6/1/23
$1.65/lb Easton Area Metal Recycling – EAMR, Easton, Pennsylvania 11/28/22
$1.67/lb Sioux City Compressed Steel Company, Sioux City, Iowa 6/24/22
$2.05/lb Derichebourg Recycling USA, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 3/19/22
$1.80/lb Gold Star Recycling, Jefferson City, Missouri 1/31/22

About Brass Radiators

How To Sell Brass Radiators For Scrap

Bring big and bulky shouldn’t stop you from scrapping Brass Radiators. Scrap Brass Radiators can be worth good money if you search around for the best scrap prices. Brass Radiators are heavier than aluminum/copper radiators and usually were used a longer time ago. They will be bulky and heavy compared to regular rads.

Where Do Brass Radiators Come From?

Normally out of larger commercial trucks, brass radiators are not very common in smaller vehicles. If you have Brass Radiators from your home or business, you can locate a scrap yard in the area to bring them to with the iScrap App. If you have a larger quantity of scrap Brass Radiators, you can request a scrap metal pick up or container service to your construction location, demolition job, or clean out location. Use the iScrap App to find the best scrap yard in the area and contact them for the scrap brass prices.

Whats’ The Best Way To Prepare Brass Radiators?

Also be sure to cut off the steel endings on the Brass Radiators to make the most money from them and get the best Brass Radiators Scrap Prices. If you leave the steel ends on the brass radiators they will be considered dirty radiators and will be worth a lot less money. Start making money from yours today and contact an iScrap App scrap yard for the most current scrap brass radiator prices. See more Scrapping Videos here.

Other Items You Can Sell Along With Brass Radiators:

If you are scrapping car or truck radiators then there is a chance that you will come across a few other items for scrapping:

All of these are worth money as well, so make sure to ask your scrap yard what they are buying.

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Yards around Ashburn, VA that accept
Brass Radiators


Potomac Metals-Sterling

45655 Woodland Road Sterling, Virginia 20166

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Potomac Metals-Manassas

11900 Livingston Road Manassas, Virginia 20109

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Potomac Metals-Springfield

6619 Iron Place Springfield, Virginia 22151

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Potomac Metals-Ranson

410 16th Ave Ranson, West Virginia 25438

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Potomac Metals-Beltsville

5215 Holland Drive Beltsville, Maryland 20705

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Kirby Metal Recycling

5832 Kirby Road Clinton, Maryland 20735

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Potomac Metals-Waldorf

2 Henry Ford Circle Waldorf, Maryland 20602

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Terrapin Recycling LLC

7600 Rolling Mill Road Baltimore, Maryland 21224

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Staiman Recycling

213 Poplar Street Hanover, Pennsylvania 17331

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White Metal Recycling Company

150 S Orchard Dr Yoe, Pennsylvania 17313

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Full Circle Recycling Inc- Quarryville

965 Lancaster Pike Quarryville, Pennsylvania 17566

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