Current Scrap Metal Prices
Scrap Metal Scrap Price Updated Price Date
Copper National Average $3.42/lb Updated 10/07/2022
Steel National Average $158.00/ton Updated 10/07/2022
Aluminum National Average $0.53/lb Updated 10/07/2022

Cast Iron

Last updated: 2 months ago
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$114.76/ton

(-733.33%)

Recent Price History

$240.00/ton Niles,Ohio 07/29/22
$3.00/each , 07/28/22
$0.05/lb , 07/24/22
$1.69/kilogram , 07/18/22
$25.00/kilogram , 07/11/22
$0.35/lb Springhill,Florida 07/4/22
$0.04/lb Kalispell,Montana 06/23/22
$0.75/lb Columbus,Ohio 06/19/22

About Cast Iron

Looking for a place to bring your scrap Cast Iron to? Locate a scrap metal yard in the area with the iScrap App and contact them for the latest price of cast iron. Homeowners with scrap metal can bring their cast iron to a scrap yard and get paid for their material with the current Cast Iron Scrap Prices. If a construction site, demolition job, or rip-out job have a large amount of Cast Iron scrap, a scrap metal pick or container can be requested through the iScrap App.

How Do I Sell My Cast Iron? And Where Do I Go?

Contact the local scrap yard for their latest scrap iron prices and other scrap metals, so you know what you are getting up front for your material. Checking the current cast iron price can make or break your scrap metal clean up. See more Scrapping Videos here.

Where Does Cast Iron Come From?

Cast iron can come from all different places and you have to make sure that you check with your scrap yard before you mix anything with the cast iron and expect the same pricing. Cast iron is most commonly found in pipe and casting forms, but there are many other applications for it as well. Grates and sewer plates are often made of cast iron, and if you have a relationship with the town or a contract to get rid of those items make sure to keep them separate.

Some Places/Items To Get Cast Iron From:

Finding Cast Iron & Scrapping It

Finding cast iron is not as hard as you may think. Cast iron is all over the place and when you are out looking for scrap there are a lot of common items to look for including:

  • Cast Iron Tubs
  • Cast Iron Sinks
  • Cast Iron Pipes (Generally older pipes and black in color)
  • Old Fireplace grates
  • Cast Iron Radiators

Cast iron will normally appear very rusty when it is outside for a while and when you drop it from a high enough area it should break into a lot of pieces. This is one of the best “cast iron” tests when you are trying to figure out exactly what you have.

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Yards around Ashburn, VA that accept
Cast Iron

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Potomac Metals-Sterling

45655 Woodland Road Sterling, Virginia 20166

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Montgomery Scrap Corporation

15000 Southlawn Lane Rockville, Maryland 20850

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Potomac Metals-Manassas

11900 Livingston Road Manassas, Virginia 20109

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Potomac Metals-Springfield

6619 Iron Place Springfield, Virginia 22151

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Potomac Metals-Ranson

410 16th Ave Ranson, West Virginia 25438

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Potomac Metals-Beltsville

5215 Holland Drive Beltsville, Maryland 20705

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Kirby Metal Recycling

5832 Kirby Road Clinton, Maryland 20735

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Potomac Metals-Waldorf

2 Henry Ford Circle Waldorf, Maryland 20602

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United Iron & Metal LLC (Millington Ave)

909 Millington Ave Baltimore, Maryland 21223

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United Iron & Metal LLC (Pulaski Hwy)

4300 Pulaski Highway Baltimore, Maryland 21224

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Maryland Core, Inc.

6519 Quad Ave Baltimore, Maryland 21205

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C & C Cullet

12115 Washington Hwy Ashland, Virginia 23005

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