Stop losing money with your scrap metal sitting around, find the St. Louis Scrap Yards today and start making money on your scrap. With items like copper, brass, aluminum, and steel you can find many of these metals for recycling at the local junk yards. You can locate the scrap metal yards in the area and see current scrap metal prices from the scrap yards in St. Louis. Remember the current scrap prices can change at any time during the day depending on the market condition. You should call ahead before heading to a scrap yard to be sure their updated prices in their listing are current. Also remember that the best prices for scrap may be further away from you, but could be worth it if you are bringing a lot of material to the yard. The junk yards in St. Louis will have locations in the areas like, Midtown, Clayton, Brentwood, Webster Groves, Rock Hill, Kirkwood, Sunset Hills Crestwood, and Marlborough so you can conveniently bring your scrap to their shop. Never been to a scrap yard before? Call ahead and ask them for any specific instructions for their facility in case you need to bring ID or pull up to a special doors or scale.
You can also request a scrap metal pick up or container service for scrap from the St. Louis junk yards through the iScrap App. With the container request through the site you will be able to get your contact information to the scrap yards in the area quickly. You can coordinate the pick up and container drop off with the company to get your metals scrapped like steel, iron, and copper. So if you have a construction job, demolition work, rip outs, or more in the areas like Affton, Lemay, Cahokia, University City, Pine Lawn, Overland, and Florrisant, get in contact with the salvage yards in St. Louis for all your scrap metal needs. Having the scrap metal picked up at your job site can save you time and money with the trucking fees and efficiency.
If you need to scrap a car or are looking for a replacement auto part, you can find the St. Louis auto recyclers listed on the iScrap App as well. Having the car picked up for scrap can be an easy procedure with the local salvage yards. They will be able to tow your vehicle or if your car is operable you can save money on the trucking fee and deliver the car to the junk yard yourself. Also don't forget if you are looking to buy a salvage auto part for a repair you can save money and time buy purchasing one from the local salvage yards. Just enter your year, make, and model through the part request. The local auto recycler will be able to contact you with the information and for any special paperwork you may need to scrap your car. So start locating the recycling centers in St. Louis and start cleaning out your scrap and make some cash!