Regardless of whether you have material from a residential job or a larger scale construction remodel, scrapping your non magnetic stainless steel will benefit your wallet. To tell the difference between steel and stainless steel you can use a magnet. Generally stainless steel will not stick to a magnet unless it is non-magnetic or from the 400 series. Prices of non magnetic stainless steel vary so ask your scrap yard for their current Non Magnetic Stainless Steel Scrap Prices.
How To Tell Stainless Steel
Non magnetic stainless still will not stick to a magnet and will most likely have steel or other items attached unless it is from the 400 series. Its best to call ahead to find out the market rate for each type of steel. Different types of steel have different pricing. Large amounts of non magnetic stainless steel and other metals can be picked up and scrapped by your local yard.
Will Scrap Yards Pick Stainless Up?
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Yards around Seattle, WA that accept Non Magnetic Stainless Steel