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In the Gem State, or Idaho as it’s called, there are only over 1.5 million residents in the 14th largest state in the United States. Idaho ranks 39th in population and 44th in density. Voted into the union in 1890, Idaho is out in the northwest region of the United States, surrounded by Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, and a few other western states. The entire state is larger than the New England region on the opposite side of the country. It is nicknamed the Gem State because nearly every known gemstone has been found there, and it is also a large distributor of potatoes, thus the nickname Potato State. The capital of the state is Boise, and it is also the largest city and metro area. In the state of Idaho, it can be hard to find a scrap yard, but with the iScrap App, you can find the yards across the region and metro areas like Boise. Scrap yards listed on the iScrap App have the ability to list their scrap prices and the materials they accept at their facility. Scrappers and users of the iScrap App have the chance to report the current scrap prices they received. By posting your scrap prices on the iScrap App, you can track where prices have been reported and what kind of increases and decreases the market has seen.
The economy in Idaho is based on several different industries like food processing, lumber, machinery, electronics, silver, and other mining. Some of the economy is based around tourism, but the state also has a large presence in technology with companies like Hewlett-Packard and other computer company leaders. With some metal mining and electronic production happening throughout Idaho, looking around for scrap metal makes sense. You can use the iScrap App to find some local scrap yards and auto wreckers throughout Idaho. You will be able to contact them for more information about scrap prices, request containers for larger scrap jobs, send part requests, and ask about car pick-up services. Search Idaho’s popular areas and cities for scrap yards listed, like Boise, Twin Falls, and Pocatello.