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Questions to Ask a Scrap Metal Processor

If you want to recycle your scrap metal items for a profit, then you will need to ask processors about their procedures, prices and what items they take. Here are some useful questions to ask.

  • I am not worried about a profit. I just want my scrap metal picked up for recycling. Do you provide this service?
    If your main concern is disposal of your refrigerator, metal fencing, grill, dishwasher, or other items made largely of metal, you may be able to find a processor to simply pick them up for recycling.

  • What materials do you buy, and for what price?
    The processor will have a list of ferrous items, including short iron and mixed metals, and non-ferrous items, like copper wire, aluminum cans, and brass plumbing, that they buy. Some dealers specialize in materials such as electronic scraps, precious metals and automotive parts. Ask about the various rates.

  • How will I be paid?
    Most processors will mail you a check after a specified period of time. You may receive cash at the time of exchange for smaller amounts.

  • What do I need to do before turning my vehicle over to your salvage yard?
    Some dealers will require you to take out the fuel tank before they can submit the vehicle for destruction. Often, you will need to submit the title and proof of ownership.

  • What is your process of buying scrap from merchants and businesses?
    Business owners, such as aluminum irrigation tube, lead battery and copper wire suppliers and manufacturers may have a steady surplus of scrap for disposal. According to law, you will need to provide documentation like your business license when setting up an account with a scrap processor.

  • How short must my steel pipes be for you to consider it short iron?
    This length will vary by processor, so find the one that accommodates your needs.
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    Have you ever wondered what becomes of all the scrap metal that people throw away? If you've ever done any renovation to your home or demolition work, then you likely know that the result can be tons of waste. That waste may have value. You've no doubt seen the pickup trucks that drive in the alleys searching for random objects and metal scraps that they might find. These found metal scraps can be exchanged for cash. Salvage companies buy a lot of the waste we throw away. They extract the metal and process and recycle it into forms that are usable again. This is a form of recycling that's not just good for the planet, but it also saves some of our resources. A professional scrapper knows there's a lot more out there in alleys and garbage cans than just aluminum. There's copper wiring, brass tubes, lead and iron pipes. These materials can be recycled and put to use again. Manufacturers buy at bargain prices. The exchange rates may vary, but a good return can be had for the effort of collecting scraps metals. Some companies will come and pick up your unwanted junk. They'll take care of the disposal of these items, but not before careful inspection. They know there are merchants and suppliers who are in need of what you don't want. They'll take any item of value to the recycling companies where they'll be processed and recycled for reuse. Copper wire gets turned into cash. Steel found in debris after the destruction of an office building, can be taken to a dealer and sold.