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|$1.39/lb||Lake Station, Indiana||12/31/22|
|$1.70/lb||San Marcos, Texas||12/28/21|
|$1.52/lb||San Marcos, Texas||5/21/21|
|$1.75/lb||Bronx, New York||2/6/18|
Whether you are scrapping scrap brass from your home remodeling or you are a business with a lot of left over brass, the iScrap App can help you find a local scrap yard to get rid of your scrap metal along with giving you the current Dirty Brass Scrap Prices. Brass is a commonly used metal that is worth scrapping. There are different types of brass so if you can separate it you may be able to get more cash for your scrap, otherwise just separate all of your dirty brass from other metals.
Often people will get brass and copper mixed up…so to know what to look for you will need a file to scratch the metal. Copper will be more of a red color while brass will look yellow. Here is a guide to learning about the difference of brass and copper.
If you are a home owner with a broken pipe, ask your plumber if you can keep the old piping and bring it to a scrap yard for some extra cash. If you are a plumber you already know how and where to get leftover dirty brass that is good for scrapping. When it comes to brass don’t let it go to waste. Find out today’s exact pricing for dirty brass on the iScrap App.
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