From concrete to scrap metal, everything is possible. Founder Kyle Altvater began his professional career as a concrete pourer with his brother, but when looking for a new business endeavor, his uncle introduced him to the world of recycling.
How do I recycle copper?
- Collect all of the pure copper pieces you can find.
- When it is feasible, remove the useless pieces of mixed materials from copper artifacts by cleaning them out and cutting them.
- Make a consistent group of copper breakage
- then, repeat the process.
- All of the copper alloys should be grouped together.
How to separate your copper scrap for recycling?
– Disconnect your copper pipes from one another. – When you have a large amount of copper wire, strip it. – Make use of your magnet! – Prepare your metals by separating them before you arrive. – Disconnect electric motors from their circuits. – Keep those technological devices apart. – Make sure your catalytic converters are in good working order.
How much is scrap copper worth?
- Other current scrap rates that you may be interested in learning about are: Electric motors have a cost of between 14 and 17 cents every pound of energy consumed.
- Copper transformers can cost between 5 and 50 cents per pound, depending on the manufacturer.
- RADIATORS MADE OF ALUMINUM AND COPPER CAN COST UP TO $1.00 PER POUND.
- Mixed Copper Brass is available for purchase for up to $1.80 per pound.