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Mississippi, also known as the Magnolia State, is a unique southern state in the United States. It ranked 32nd in area and 31st in population, with over 2.9 million residents. The capital of Mississippi is Jackson, and it happens to be the largest city in the state, too. Voted into the union in 1817, Mississippi has some of the country’s worst health and education systems. The name of Mississippi comes from the Ojibwe Native American word “Great River.” The state has heavy forests outside the Mississippi River Delta. The delta region was cleared for cotton production in the 19th century. The Mississippi River plays a large part in the economy of the state. Scrappers searching for scrap yards in Mississippi can use the iScrap App to find scrap yards quickly in their area.
Along with the local yards listed, scrap prices can be found on the iScrap App with the current prices from local yards. If yards decide not to list their current prices, scrappers and users can report their scrap prices. So, if a user recently sold copper, steel, or other metals, they can use the iScrap App to post the latest scrap prices in the Mississippi region.
Despite being the poorest state in the country at the moment, Mississippi had its days of being one of the wealthiest states, with cotton plantations along the river banks in the 1800’s. Once slavery was ended, the state was left confused, and not until the 20th century did the state’s industrialization begin. Gambling recently became one of the state’s largest revenue areas in the 1990s. There is a lot of agriculture in Mississippi and widespread industries due to the easily accessible transportation routes within the state. This led to a large area of Mississippi scrap yards and salvage yards. Throughout the areas of Jackson, Laurel, Topelo, and outside of Memphis, TN, the Mississippi scrap yards can help you recycle your metals. You can contact Mississippi scrap yard for current prices if you have copper, steel, aluminum, stainless steel, or other metals. If you need a container dropped off for a large job or a car picked up, use the iScrap App today. Search by your zip code or the map of Mississippi’s scrap yards.