#1 Bare Bright Copper Wire
$6.38/lb
Average for 30 days
#1 Copper Tubing
$2.91/lb
Average for 30 days
Brass Shells
$1.85/lb
Average for 30 days
Cast Iron
$220.94/ton
Average for 30 days
Stainless Steel
$0.30/lb
Average for 30 days
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💡Tip: Current scrap metal prices are available at Scrap Metal Prices in Boulder
University of Colorado Boulder

University of Colorado Boulder / 207 UCB, UMC 355, Boulder, Colorado, United States

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Western Disposal Services

Western Disposal Services / 5880 Butte Mill Road, Boulder, Colorado, United States

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Western Aluminum Recycling

Western Aluminum Recycling / 3280 Valmont Rd, Boulder, Colorado, United States

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Boulder scrap metal sales FAQ

1. Where can I sell scrap metal in Boulder, Colorado?

Our team has found 3 scrap yards in the city of Boulder, state Colorado that buy and process scrap metal. You can see their addresses and phone numbers in the table below. Before visiting a scrap yard, call to arrange a deal in advance.
Name companyAddress Telephones
University of Colorado Boulder207 UCB, UMC 355, Boulder, Colorado, United States
303-492-8308
Western Disposal Services5880 Butte Mill Road, Boulder, Colorado, United States
(303) 444-2037
Western Aluminum Recycling3280 Valmont Rd, Boulder, Colorado, United States
(303) 447-0252

2. What are the scrap prices in Boulder, Colorado today?

For up-to-date information on scrap metal prices in Boulder, Colorado, see the Scrap Metal Prices in Boulder, Colorado section. Below we have compiled a table with the best prices for the main types of metals you can buy in the city. The price information is to be used as a guide only, and does not constitute a public offer.
Metal Price Per Pound
Aluminum ~ $1.23
Aluminum Alloy ~ $1.04
Copper ~ $4.31
Brass ~ $3.31
Lead ~ $1.08
Nickel ~ $9.13
Tin ~ $18.21
Zinc ~ $1.50

3. What laws apply to selling scrap metal?

All scrap metal yards in Boulder are regulated by the Colorado Scrap Metal Act, which can be found on the official website of the Colorado Senate.