Splitting the middle of the great plains and the midwest, Nebraska is located almost in the direct middle of the country. Founded as the 37th state in the United States in 1867, Nebraska was a key state to the home of many trails going west during the California Gold Rush. The capital is Lincoln, but Omaha is the largest city and metro area in Nebraska. With the 16th largest area in the country, Nebraska is ranked as the 37th with a population of over 1.8 million residents. There is the largest amount of Czech-Americans per capita is in Nebraska, as well as German American making up the largest ethnic group in the state. There is a huge different in the hot summer temperatures and cold winters in the state. It has a large influence on the agriculture industry that is a prominent feature of the state. If you are searching for the scrap yards in the Nebraska region, the iScrap App can help you locate them and also the scrap prices in the area. Yards listed on the directory have the option to list their current prices, as well as allow users to post their prices. When scrappers visit a scrap yard and recycle their metals, they can report the scrap prices they received at the yard on the iScrap App. This is a great tool to help scrappers in the Nebraska area to check current prices, market trends, and get the best price for their metals.
Other than a rich agricultural economy for livestock and grains, Nebraska also has its hand in freight transportation, manufacturing, telecommunications, information technology, and insurance. Some of the production industries for manufacturing and equipment will be in demand to have metal at their disposal. The scrap metal recycling industry is important to help continue the economic demands in the region. You can search for Nebraska scrap yards on the iScrap App on the map above or you can search for your zip code through the locator page. When you find local scrap yards and salvage yards listed on the iScrap App, you can see their current scrap prices and other company information. You will also be able to contact them for containers for large scrap jobs and also request auto parts or scrap car pickups. If you have questions about the types of metals they accept you can send over some photos of your materials.