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PRICING FOR OUR TOP METALS

Our intention here is to give you an indication of scrap prices for some of the scrap and wire recycling metals we purchase most frequently. Since these prices are driven by fluctuations on commodity and currency exchanges around the world, they are necessarily subject to change without notice. All prices are $CDN.

Price As Of: Sep 21 2019 11:55 AM

Metal / Alloy Current Price + / -
NO 1 BRITE COPPER $2.90 lb $0.05 lb
#2 Copper $2.65 lb $0.05 lb
Yellow Brass $1.95 lb $0.05 lb
#1 High Grade Wire $1.90 lb $0.05 lb
NO 1 HOUSE WIRE $1.15 lb $0.05 lb
Bx Cable $1.05 lb $0.05 lb
ALUMINUM EXTRUSION BARE $0.62 lb $0.03 lb
304 STAINLESS STEEL $0.43 lb $0.00 lb

Alnor Industries’ Solution for Metal Recycling in Mississauga

Since 1978, Alnor has been a trusted purveyor of scrap metal, recycling both ferrous and non-ferrous metals, as well as cables or insulated wires, catalytic converters, carbide sludge, and e-waste, along with other carbide and HSS products

Our services are ideal for both large-volume producers and average consumers with just a few pounds of scrap material. Whether you need full-service cobalt recycling, or just routine electronics recycling, our Mississauga team is dedicated to exceeding our customers' expectations, handling their scrap efficiently and transparently so they can always be assured of quality. In over 35 years of business, we've seen just about everything there is to see in the industry – our knowledge and experience is unsurpassed, as are our services and integrity.

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