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    Shred is down by 1/3 here

    Was getting $90 a ton about a month back, is down to $60 a ton. How are the prices doing everywhere else?



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    I was at $120/ton 3 weeks ago and dropped to $90 when I took a tiny run in last Thursday.. so I suppose it is!
    I'm so into scrapping.. When my Steel Toe Boots Wear out, I cut the Steel out of them and recycle the Toe!

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    $58 a net ton here since January

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    We finally climbed UP to $60 a ton last month. I got rid of it all before it dropped again. It's back down to $50 now.

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    N.E. Wisconsin, Shred holding at $100, unprepared and farm equipment at $120.

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    $40/ton
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    Yard I use just built a shredder, at 90/ton, was at 100/Ton. Non shredder yard at 75/ton, was at 95/Ton.
    Price usually drops in October according to my numbers tracking

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    $15 a ton in Reno nv

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    $0.03/lb ( $60/ton ) at the closest 2 yards.
    Been at that price for a long time.

    Note: cardboard is worth more $ now-a-days !

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    Prices for 2 different yards both close to me
    Shred $40/nt
    Sheet iron $60/nt
    Unprepared $100/nt


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    Misc. Assorted: $55.00 gt
    Plate & Structural Iron $115 gt
    Cast/Hvy Melt $100 gt

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    Shred is down by 1/3 here

    we droped 20 a ton last week....pissed me off.....I need a new steering box for the truck.....this doesnt help 135 to 115 a ton for shred.
    Gota love over night price drops

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    Shred is down by 1/3 here

    man i cant belive yards get away paying 40 a ton or less... id be switchig to liquor bottle beer cans. and a shopping cart

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    People still take in shred? I've been using it to hold down tarps..

    Who knew there was value in it these days.

    Anyone buy a anchor made of various pieces of scrap?

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    Hudson Maine (B&S Recycling)
    $70 / ton light iron and motor vehicles
    $110 / ton prepared #1 Iron

    Bangor Maine (AIM Recycling USA LLC)
    $90 / ton Light Iron / complete vehicles
    $130 / ton #1 Prepared
    $120 / ton #2 Prepared

    Our prices have stayed steady for the last couple of months but we dont know how much longer there going to stay that way. Prices are valid as of 9/21 I just visited both scrap yards with light iron in the last 3 days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RLS0812 View Post
    $0.03/lb ( $60/ton ) at the closest 2 yards.
    Been at that price for a long time.

    Note: cardboard is worth more $ now-a-days !
    Worth the same last time I checked in SE Wisconsin!! Might be better off going with cardboard lol, see a lot more of it

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    I'm not picking up anything that's mostly tin. Its just left overs from ac units, computers, water coolers, microwaves etc.. Occasionally some one will drop off a water heater, W/D or fridge when I'm not home I just strip it and throw it on the trailer. haul it in only when its full. Once a month or so. its either that or PAY to take it to the dump.......

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    Prepared iron $30/ ton
    Unprepared is $15/ ton includes Vehicles
    Shred......no value; you can drop it off but won't get paid.

    I bought a running Mazda with a battery today for $30. The tires go back to the owner. Has electrical drain on the battery and tranny shifter sticks at times.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gabrielservices View Post
    $15 a ton in Reno nv
    Holy cow, that is ugly!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayne1956 View Post
    Holy cow, that is ugly!!!!

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    Vermont (or my section of it) is coming in at about $.025/# but that was from a load a couple of weeks ago. We have another going in, tomorrow morning, and it may have dipped further.

    Our yard seems to use "shred" and "lite iron" interchangeably.
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