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|$3.05/lb||Cedar Rapids, Iowa||1/6/23|
|$3.00/lb||Glen Falls, New York||12/10/22|
|$2.70/lb||Cedar Rapids, Iowa||9/14/22|
|$2.25/lb||St. Louis, Missouri||9/1/22|
Scrapping Copper is one of the best feelings for scrappers. Copper Scrap Prices are usually changing daily so be sure to check with your local scrap yard for the current price of copper scrap. Copper scrap can consist of anything from wire, bus bar, tubing, roofing copper, insulated copper cable, and more. Keeping your copper scrap separate will be the best bet for you to make the most money and get the best copper scrap price on the market.
Be sure to check with you junk yard for the current copper wire price, copper tubing price, roofing copper price, and other scrap prices before heading into their facility. If you have a large quantity of copper scrap from a construction job or demolition site, be sure to check the scrap copper wire price and scrap copper tube price before arranging a scrap metal pick up or drop off.
Are is a general list of all different types of copper that you can sell to a scrap yard and a little better of an idea of what to look for.
If you are bringing your copper scrap into the salvage yard or junk yard, check with them for the scrap copper price and start making more money on your scrap metal today. Use the iScrap App to find the closet scrap yard to you so you can make sure to get the right price for all of your materials. See more Scrapping Videos here.
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These scrap prices are for reference only based on market trends and resources. No scrap yards are required to honor or pay these prices. Contact your local yard for their prices.
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