A midwestern state, Ohio is a very populated state with over 11.5 million residents and ranks 7th in the United States. The capital of Ohio is Columbus and it is the largest city, but the largest metro area is Cleveland. It was entered into the union in 1803 as the 17th state. Ohio ranks 34th in the nation in area but the density is ranked 10th in the nation. The name of the state was native to the Iroquois Native Americans which means “great river” or “large creek” which relates back to the the Ohio River that runs on the southern border of the state. Despite being named after the state, the river is mainly controlled by West Virginia and Kentucky. With Indiana to the west and Pennsylvania to the east, Ohio is strategically placed on the shores of Lake Erie which allow a great deal of exporting and importing through the states ports. Ohio is a busy state when it comes to scrap metal, so knowing the current scrap prices is important. Some of the scrap yards listed on the iScrap App list their scrap prices on their profile, however users and customer have the ability to post prices themselves. For customers that recently visited a scrap yard they can report current scrap prices their were paid for their metals.
Ranked among one of the highest for businesses in the country, Ohio has a very business friendly tax system and has a great small business system. Manufacturing and financial sectors make up the majority of the economy, while also catering to trade, utilities, and transportation. Most of these industries can directly relate to the scrap metal industry with the production and processing of equipment and products. Some popular metro areas for scrap yards in Ohio are Cincinnati, Springfield, Columbus, Cleveland, and outside of Pittsburgh, PA. You can use the iScrap App to locate the dozens of scrap yards in Ohio on the map above or by entering your zip code for a search. When you locate yards in your area, you can request containers for job sites, see current scrap prices, ask about auto parts, and request scrap car pickups in the area.
Find out more information about how the Association of Ohio Recyclers is helping bring more information and sustainability to the community in Ohio by visiting them online.
The mission of the Association of Ohio recyclers (AOR) is to provide statewide leadership on waste reduction, reuse and recycling policies and practices in order to promote economic growth, environmental improvement and community development in Ohio.
The Association of Ohio Recyclers (AOR) is a 501(c)(6) non-profit trade organization, founded in 1989, promoting waste reduction, reuse and recycling. AOR is nonpolitical and nonpartisan. AOR prides itself by promoting sound solid waste management practices incorporating source separation and recycling of marketable materials in the waste stream.