Located in the northeast region of the United States, Connecticut is one of the original 13 colonies and is ranked as the 4th most densely populated state in the country. The 3rd smallest state in the country, Connecticut is nicknamed the Constitution State because it was very influential in the startup of the federal government. Three of the counties of Connecticut are included in the New York City statistical data and is often referred to as the Tri-State area. The capital Hartford is located in the center of the state and the most populated metro area. The largest single city in Bridgeport and the state overall is ranked 29th in the country. Connecticut is busy with scrap yards and construction jobs that require scrap metal recycling. The iScrap App is a great resource for you to use to check the current scrap prices yards in the area are paying. iScrap App users also have the ability to report their own scrap prices they’ve received to help other scrappers. This is a great benefit so that scrappers can look up recent scrap prices in the area and see what others are being paid for their scrap.
As far as the economy goes for Connecticut there are a lot of companies in the financial industry, as well as transportation manufacturers for helicopters and jet engines. There is also a large presence of the agricultural industries and gun manufacturing throughout the state. For all your brass shells you may have for scrap or any other metals, be sure to search the iScrap App for the best locations in your area. Most scrap yards throughout Connecticut area located around Hartford, Waterbury, and Bridgeport. Search for your location with your zip code and locate the closest auto wreckers or junk yard today. You can see scrap metal prices, request containers for job sites, and auto parts for repairs and more. Be sure to stay updated on the current Connecticut scrap laws courtesy of ISRI before you bring your scrap metal in.