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Scrap Copper Prices

Posted on 29 September 2014

Copper and copper alloys (metals that have copper as a major constituent) have been recycled since almost the beginning of time.  Used copper (which then becomes scrap copper) has never really been considered waste.  It has always been considered an excellent raw material for re-manufacturing and can be as cost efficient, or more, than virgin copper ore.  And in terms of economics, the higher the scrap copper prices, the more worthwhile it is to collect, process and re-use.

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The Environmental Benefits of Copper Recycling

Posted on 24 April 2017

In bigger cities around the world, people don’t give much thought to the volume of garbage they generate at home. And with weekly garbage collections, few people ever wonder what actually happens to all the garbage.

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Where Can I Sell My Scrap Copper in Toronto?

Posted on 17 April 2018

If you have scrap copper, and you want to get rid of it while making some money, you can sell your scrap copper to a local scrap dealer for market prices. One way or another, it’s best to have it recycled, if only to avoid waste going to landfill.

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What is Non Ferrous Metal?

Posted on 14 September 2018

Have you ever wondered what non ferrous metal is as opposed to ferrous metal is? By definition, non-ferrous metals are types of metals and alloys that don’t contain iron.

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Common Household Items You Can Recycle as Scrap Metal 

Posted on 27 November 2019

If you’re looking to recycle scrap metal from around the house, it may also turn into some extra cash for your trouble. For many homeowners, scrap metal recycling begins at home with some very common items – all of which can be taken to a local scrap yard.

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6 Reasons To Recycle Your Copper

Posted on 06 August 2020

Even with today’s scrap metal recycling programs, there is plenty of metal waste still going to landfill sites. And while residential scrap metal does contribute to waste volumes, it’s business waste that needs to be ramped up with more robust recycling efforts.

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