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Scrapping Your Brass Scrap Metal

Recycling brass scrap metal is a typical method for people to get money.

Brass has a dazzling, gold-like look, making it a popular material for decorations. It is often used for doorknobs and drawer pulls. Brass is used to make the majority of eating utensils because of its low melting point, great workability, durability, and electrical and thermal conductivity.

Brass is a copper alloy that is frequently used in fittings and plumbing. Additionally, it can be found in doorknobs, trim hardware, and automotive radiators.

The most popular copper alloy families are copper-nickel, copper-tin, and brass (copper-zinc).

Brass is used in industrial settings to make a variety of scrap materials, including turnings, borings, and grindings.

How To Recycle Your Brass Scrap Metal

Brass is rated according to its condition, which has an impact on the price you get when recycling it. Cut out any solder or other flaws before separating the brass to receive the best pricing.

The best option to get rid of outdated or old brass is through recycling. Bring it to us so we can dispose of it properly and we’ll pay you. We provide scrap metal container services for big quantities of brass to make it simpler to transport the material back to our facilities for scrapping. Call us at 585-762-9080 to learn about the costs of recycling brass metal.

To learn more about scrap metal recycling and where to find it in your home, check out our free Metal Recycling Guide. 

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