Entered into the union of the United States in 1787 as the 3rd state and part of the original 13 colonies, New Jersey sits in the Mid-Atlantic Region of the US. Despite being ranked 47th in area of land throughout the state, New Jersey ranks 11th in the country in population with over 8.8 million residents. It makes sense when the state is ranked 1st in population density in the area. The capital of New Jersey is Trenton but the largest city is Newark with the New York City metro area being the most populated. Plotted in between New York City and Philadelphia played a large role in some large battles during the Revolutionary War. During the 19th century “The Garden State” had a significant influence on the industrial revolution and creation of suburban areas in the 1950’s. The state also has a large quantity agriculture throughout the state that lives up to it’s motto. If you are looking for reported scrap prices, the iScrap App can help. Search for scrap yards in the urban areas of New Jersey and you can list your scrap prices your received for selling your metals. For materials like steel, copper, and aluminum it is beneficial to report scrap prices over time to see how they are fluctuating and changing.
The economy throughout the state is diverse in industries like financial, telecommunications, electric equipment, and food processing. New Jersey is known for being top producers in some agricultural industries like vegetables, fruits, seafood, and others. The ports throughout the state are also very important for the economy with several important locations near Philadelphia and the New Jersey-New York ports. These industries are important to the scrap metal recycling throughout the state. Due to a large influence of shipping and several industries, there is a need for metal to constantly being processed back into the economy for more processing and manufacturing. The scrap yards in New Jersey can be found in several locations near Philadelphia, New York, Newark, and Central Jersey near Trenton. Some important scrap metal markets throughout the state are steel, copper, aluminum, stainless steel, and wires. You connect with the scrap yards and auto wreckers throughout New Jersey through the iScrap App in minutes. By searching for your zip code or the map above you will be able to see current scrap metal prices, contact companies for pick up services, and ask about auto parts for repairs.