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    Price update...
    Cardboard $.01 lb.
    Glass jars and wine and liquor bottles $.03 lb.
    Glass beer bottles $.04 lb.
    #2 Plastic color $.02 lb.
    #2 Plastic clear / natural $.10 lb.
    #1 plastic mixed crv and non crv $.30 - $.40 lb.
    Aluminum cans $.85 - $95 lb.



    you may need coupon, may have to crush item, or bonus price day in order to get some of these prices...
    Better than the dump!


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    Wow thatís impressive on the aluminum cans, and lower than we are here in Florida on cardboard.
    Iím getting 4 cents a pound for cardboard and 35 cents for aluminum cans

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    Quote Originally Posted by hobo finds View Post
    So AZ prices

    #2 plastic clear (milk / water gal) .10 lb
    #2 plastic color .02 lb
    #1 plastic bottles .30 lb
    Glass bottles / jars .03 lb
    Cardboard .02 lb
    Hm so you mean places buy these things from you? Do all states have such places?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike1 View Post
    Hm so you mean places buy these things from you? Do all states have such places?
    Not all states.

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    Some states dump millions into recycling programs that lose money. According to Google Search, 5 tons of #1 scrap plastic ( clean ) is about $350 wholesale on the open market.

    On a side note: purified and processed plastic pellets start at around $0.60 /lb wholesale .

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    Price update...
    Cardboard $.01 lb.
    #2 Plastic color $.02 lb.
    #2 Plastic clear / natural $.02 lb.
    #1 plastic mixed crv and non crv $.30 - $.40 lb.
    Aluminum cans $.85 - $95 lb.

    you may need coupon, may have to crush item, or bonus price day in order to get some of these prices...

    No longer a glass buyer, and not worth it for cardboard $.01 lb. or #2 plastics color and natural only place buying is at $.02.

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    #1 plastic down to $.15-.25 lb
    Alum cans down to $.65-.75 lb

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    Here in Mesa Az they stopped buying plastic bottles. The city has said to throw glass bottles in the landfill. No one is buying. Shred is sad literally giving it away. I haul at least a ton at a time. Copper has picked up so I do sell my bare bright and make money. My local scrap yard used to be over full now it's near empty on average. What's going on in your neck of the woods?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Repurposer View Post
    Here in Mesa Az they stopped buying plastic bottles. The city has said to throw glass bottles in the landfill. No one is buying. Shred is sad literally giving it away. I haul at least a ton at a time. Copper has picked up so I do sell my bare bright and make money. My local scrap yard used to be over full now it's near empty on average. What's going on in your neck of the woods?
    Bad here as well. Plastic water bottles $.15 City still taking most everything in the recycling bins just no place will buy the product and it is stacking up. Sheet iron $100 net ton. Most of the good paying alum can and plastic places have shut down. Aluminum cans $.65


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