Nicknamed the Bayou State, Louisiana known for it’s vast marshes and deltas formed by the washed down sediment from the Mississippi River. Voted into the United States in 1812 as the 18th state, Louisiana has a population of over 4.6 million residents. The capital of Louisiana is Baton Rouge, however New Orleans is the largest city and metro region in the state. Located in the southern region of the US, Louisiana has a wide variety of cultures in and around it’s cities from both Spanish and French influences. Before it became a state, the French and Spanish both had control of the region as colonies. Due to the marshy lands throughout the state, there is a large variety of wildlife from birds to fish to reptiles. When scrappers are looking for scrap yards in the Louisiana region, the iScrap App directory is a great solution to help find the right location. The yards listed on the iScrap App have been listed to help users locate yards in the area where they can sell scrap metal to. Some of the yards in Louisiana have the opportunity to list their scrap prices but some may choose not. However scrappers have the chance to report scrap prices at anytime after they’ve sold their metals. This can help those in the metro areas of New Orleans and Baton Rouge. The busier areas could see scrap prices fluctuating more often. This will help users in the area keep track of current prices for metals like copper, steel, and aluminum.
The economy throughout Louisiana relies heavily on seafood and other agricultural industries for the gross state product. Several items, like crawfish, soybeans, cattle, sugarcane, eggs, and dairy products make up the major agricultural focuses. There is also rich industry of natural gas and petroleum throughout the state and in the 1970’s they saw a huge economic advantage. There are also some other industries like film, tourism., and transportation equipment that contributes to the Louisiana economy. The iScrap App listed many of the Louisiana Scrap Yards and auto wreckers throughout the state on our directory. Many populated areas like Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Shreveport, and Lafayette, have a large quantity of yards in their metropolitan areas. You can see their contact information, look through current scrap prices, request containers for jobs, auto parts for repair, and scrap cars for pickups.