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    Yeah I'm gonna sell below $100/gt for tin by the end of the week at commercial pricing, meaning probably below $50 for public scale price. Oddly I'm still selling cast fe over $300


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    All steel grades down 50/ton starting tomorrow. So 115/ton tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by greytruck View Post
    All steel grades down 50/ton starting tomorrow. So 115/ton tomorrow
    I got dropped to $200/ton for small amounts of #2 prepared on Monday. Not sure what I would get for larger amounts, but doubt that it would be over $225/ton. Not planning to dump my boxes until August/September unless they suddenly get filled. But will dump small amounts every Monday until the end of the year since I see no point in hauling 1000 lbs 200 miles to gain $12.50 when I could be hauling something of value instead.

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    On the Montreal island, hms #2 is at the same price as shred CAD 125 / mt (USD 88 / ton). HMS #1 bushelings are CAD 145/150. Rotors and drums are CAD 160/180. Lower prices in the surburbs.
    NEW TO SCRAPPING? READ THIS: Build up your horde of magnetic and non-magnetic metals in two piles until you have a better understanding of the business. Read old threads about non-magnetic metals and ewaste (and how to sort them), but don't forget that they generally have absolutely no tolerance for contamination (screw / iron / foreign material). Magnetic material has low value and is mostly always steel / shred / short iron.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CopperMiner View Post
    On the Montreal island, hms #2 is at the same price as shred CAD 125 / mt (USD 88 / ton). HMS #1 bushelings are CAD 145/150. Rotors and drums are CAD 160/180. Lower prices in the surburbs.
    Update: I was surprised that to see that my ferrous yard was still buying at Cdn 150 / mt today.

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    $120/Ton In Northern Indiana this morning
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    In date of today, shred is CDN 130 / mt (USD 110 / ton) and it is totally DEAD in the yard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CopperMiner View Post
    In date of today, shred is CDN 130 / mt (USD 110 / ton) and it is totally DEAD in the yard.
    We are holding at 115/ton for shred and 160/ton for clean steel. same here with traffic at the yard, dead. But i still see scrappers all over the place but not as much as before.... where are they selling? or are they hoarding their steel LOL Those silly scrappers

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    Holding at $120/ton shred at Sioux City. Also very quiet with not a lot of stock sitting at the yard.

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    Local commercial pricing is between $85-125/gt for shred. Cast Fe varying wildly between $145-280.

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    Shred actually went up 15/ton. now at 130/ton.

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    $.0375 lb. $75 net ton
    Better than the dump!

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    Stable. Was still at Cdn $130 / mt last week.

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    Sitting at 130/ton here. Asked the mgr about steel pricing for Oct. He said down. not surprised, steel always drops in October

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