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If you are looking for a place to scrap your Bronze, you can find one on the iScrap App along with Bronze Scrap Prices. Locating a scrap metal yard with the iScrap App has never been easier. Search you local scrap yards in our directory and contact them for the most current scrap bronze prices. There are different types of bronze and it is important to know what you have before selling it. One common misconception is about marine bronze…and most people think that it is more expensive and worth more then normal bronze which is not always the case because it is often made to have more hard alloys like steel and nickel inside opposed to more copper.
If you have bronze scrap you are looking to get paid for, you can find scrap metal prices on the iScrap App or contact your local scrap yard. Bronze can be a very dense and heavy scrap metal, so therefore can add up on the scale very quickly. Usually used in plumbing fixtures and other mechanical pieces, scrap Bronze should be separated from other scrap metals before being brought to a scrap yard.
If you have a bulk amount of scrap bronze, contact a scrap yard to request a scrap metal pick up or container request. Containers can be delivered to your construction site, demolition job, or rip out work so you can get the bronze (and brass mix as well) loaded up. Take a few minutes and gather your scrap metal and contact a scrap yard near you on the iScrap App. You can contact a scrap yard to find the price of Bronze for the latest in the scrap industry. See more Scrapping Videos here.
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