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Cast Iron
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💡Tip: Current scrap metal prices are available at Scrap Metal Prices in Newark
Delaware Junk Removal Service

Delaware Junk Removal Service / Newark, Delaware, United States

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Newark Recycling Center

Newark Recycling Center / 6 ALBE DR, Newark, Delaware, United States

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RadiatorsAluminumBrassCopperNickel 6 items
Advanced Recycling Techniques, LLC

Advanced Recycling Techniques, LLC / 560 Peoples Plaza, Newark, Delaware, United States

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Non ferrous metals
ASI Comprehensive Waste Management

ASI Comprehensive Waste Management / 1 Shea Way, Newark, Delaware, United States

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Aluminum CansTin Cans

Newark scrap metal sales FAQ

1. Where can I sell scrap metal in Newark, Delaware?

Our team has found 4 scrap yards in the city of Newark, state Delaware 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
Delaware Junk Removal ServiceNewark, Delaware, United States
Newark Recycling Center6 ALBE DR, Newark, Delaware, United States
Advanced Recycling Techniques, LLC560 Peoples Plaza, Newark, Delaware, United States
ASI Comprehensive Waste Management1 Shea Way, Newark, Delaware, United States

2. What are the scrap prices in Newark, Delaware today?

For up-to-date information on scrap metal prices in Newark, Delaware, see the Scrap Metal Prices in Newark, Delaware 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 Newark are regulated by the Delaware Scrap Metal Act, which can be found on the official website of the Delaware Senate.