Scrapping nickel is good for the environment as well as your pocket with the current Nickel Scrap Prices. Nickel prices can easily be found. Calling the scrap yard near you would be the first option to finding prices for nickel. If you are not sure where your closest scrap metal yard is, you can use the iScrap App. The app will locate scrap metal yards near you.
When you pick the scrap metal yard you would like to go to, you can then look up pricing for nickel. If you have a large load of nickel from a construction job, tear out, removal or dismantling of a building the app can help you schedule a pick up of your nickel with a container request form. See more Scrapping Videos here.
Nickel is the base metal for stainless steel and is one of the elements on the Periodic Table. Not always a common metal for scrapping, Nickel is vernally used in high temperature environments like the aviation industry. Some other metals that might be mixed in with Nickel could be: Stainless, Inconel, Monel, and Hastelloy….but to know what these metals are you would need an XRF Analyzer to see what each actually is.