Scrap Metal Prices – USA clossmarko
Scrap Metal Prices
Scrap Metal Prices Per Pound
Browse the table below for all of the latest scrap metal prices, obviously these will be fluctuating on a local level and so we cannot guarantee that they are all one hundred percent accurate. We scrape our data from a range of providers throughout the United States and update them on an hourly basis.
Price Per Pound
$0.52 - $0.98
$1.14 - $1.69
$2.64 - $3.95
$1.22 - $1.98
$2.49 - $3.01
$4.92 - $6.02
$1.55 - $2.38
$1.18 - $2.33
$3.95 - $4.66
International Scrap Metal Prices
If you are selling scrap internationally, you will be pleased to know that we currently record up to date scrap metal prices from a variety of countries around the world. Navigate through any of the links below to find out what the prices are in any of these countries, whether they are local to you or simply somewhere you would like to sell scrap metal. We update this information very frequently, similar to how we do for our United States data in the adjacent table, so you can always expect to receive accurate figures.
As you can see, we are only providing scrap metal prices for the United States and Canada, however we are of course interesting in looking at international scrap yards too. We’ve been contacted on a number of occasions from people around the world, asking for information in regions as far away as Australia. As it stands we are only searching out for prices throughout Europe, in addition to the USA and Canada, however if we get enough emails about other regions then we will certainly consider them too. At the moment we are trying to put together some local prices for people living in the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Spain and Italy. Again, if you want to find out the best scrap metal prices per pound or per kilogram, then drop us an email and we will try to help you out however possible.
Scrap Yard Locations
There are a number of different locations in almost every single city of the USA where you can sell scrap metal. Scrap yards have been growing in popularity in recent years, there was an upsurge in the mid-2000s when people throughout the country realized the potential to make money from it. There are typically one or two large scrap metal facilities within 20 miles of any person in the country. Because of this it really doesn’t make any sense to not take advantage of this great source of income situated near you. If you, like I was, are keen to find out where the nearest scrap metal yards are in your vicinity, then please drop me an email using the contact form at the bottom of this page. I’ve provided thousands of different people the best places for them to make some money and they’ve all been back to thank me since. When I first came across a place to sell my metal a few years ago, I was shocked at how much money Americans were making every single week from it. Our database currently has a list of approximately 5000 metal yards and we’re adding more and more every single day. Take advantage now and you won’t be sorry that you did, each of these recycling plants accepts copper, aluminum, lead, steel, tin, brass, steel and many more forms of scrap metal too.
Most Valuable Metals
Without a doubt the heavier, rarer elements, are the most expensive metals that can be sold to a scrap yard. However, as you probably expected, these metals are often sold in far smaller quantities. Magnesium doesn’t frequently come in large blocks and it is almost always difficult to separate from other metals too. Knowing this, you are probably better off search for scrap copper to sell or recycle. Copper is a very common metal in the USA and so it’s easy for you to get your hands on. Scrap metal recycling facilities always pay good money for copper and so don’t ever be worried about not getting paid very well. Dealers are keen to take this metal off your hands due to the fact that it is so reusable, for a variety of different purposes.