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Thread: Atlas Metals Denver, CO 10/19

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    Atlas Metals Denver, CO 10/19





    #1 copper $2.80 lb
    yellow brass $1.90 lb
    #2 copper $2.70 lb
    sheet aluminum $.55 lb
    aluminum extrusion $.68 lb

    Not bad for 4 days work. I did have $135 invested from buying 52 ballasts from a police auction but also still have a bunch of cast aluminum and iron from them.


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    Nice haul CC.
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    Very nice haul. I emailed atlas on there computer prices and they stink. Just like action they pay $1.50 to $2.00 for MB $4.00 for ram. When I got there pricelist back I asked if they would sell me all there ram for $8 a pound. Havnt heard back from them yet. ALso I called them to find out there alluminum prices and all recycling seemed to be higher then atlas. I havnt used atlas yet but I was told they give better prices for wire.

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    Are you getting more than $8 per lb for ram around here? Atlas can be weird on their pricing sometimes but they are normally pretty competetive. I was a little surprised by them today though, had some car batteries and they don't accept them.

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    No but If I can buy the ones atlas pay $4 for then mail them to easy or anyone else for 3 bucks or more per pound profit. Ill do that all day long. All recycling takes batteries.


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