Current Scrap Metal Prices
Scrap Metal Scrap Price Updated Price Date
Copper National Average $3.42/lb Updated 11/30/2022
Steel National Average $158.00/ton Updated 11/30/2022
Aluminum National Average $0.53/lb Updated 11/30/2022

Yellow Brass

Last updated: 4 months ago
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$1.64/lb

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Recent Price History

$1.60/lb Christiansburg, US 8/2/22
$1.40/lb Modesto, California 8/2/22
$1.80/lb - 8/1/22
$1.30/lb Cincinnati, Ohio 8/1/22
$1.10/lb Walpole, Massachusetts 7/30/22
$1.50/lb - 7/30/22
$1.40/lb St. James City, Florida 7/29/22
$1.75/lb Statesville, North Carolina 7/28/22

About Yellow Brass

Who Buys Yellow Brass For Scrap?

Regardless if you are an individual or a business contractor, if you are looking to get rid of a bunch of scrap yellow brass you can find a yard that is willing to take it and buy it for their Yellow Brass Scrap Prices. Yellow brass prices change on a regular basis so bring your scrap to a local yard as soon as you can. Yellow brass can be found in mixed brass castings, faucets, tubing, bolts, etc. To get the best yellow brass pricing be sure to contact more than one scrap metal yard near you.

How To Tell The Difference In Yellow Brass vs. Red Brass Or Copper

Yellow Brass is much different than regular brass in both the scrap price and the way it looks. It is not always the easiest thing to find the difference between yellow and red brass, but you can always ask your scrap yard to help you figure it out. Brass is a mixture of copper and zinc, the more yellow the color of the brass, the more zinc there is mixed in. Check the scrap price of Yellow Brass with your local scrap yard and they will be able to give you an estimate.

Are All Brass Prices The Same?

Some scrap yards however do not pay a different price for different types of brass, simply because they do not bring in enough quantity to segregate it. Also be sure to keep your yellow brass separate from other brass and scrap metals to get the best pricing for scrap metals. Find out today’s exact pricing for yellow brass with iScrap App. If you are unsure of where your closest scrap metal yard is, the app can locate one for you. You can also schedule a large load of yellow brass pick up right from the app with the container request page. See more Scrapping Videos here.

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Wichita Material Recovery, LLC

624 E Morris Street Wichita, Kansas 67211

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Glickman Metal Recycling, LLC

410 E.25th St. N Wichita, Kansas 67219

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ABC Recycling LLC

815 East Gilbert Wichita, Kansas 67211

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