Rod Brass scrap rate today in US

Get today's or the latest prices for Rod Brass from different scrap yards across United States. These rates are from 200+ Scrap Yards in different provinces.

As per the current market rates, The average price of Rod Brass is $2.03/lb across varieties.

Scrap metal rate today
Metal Price ($) Updated
Rod Brass $2.03/lb 12/04/2024
Rod Brass $2.03/lb 11/04/2024
Rod Brass $2.03/lb 10/04/2024
Rod Brass $2.03/lb 09/04/2024
Rod Brass $2.03/lb 08/04/2024
Rod Brass $2.03/lb 07/04/2024
Rod Brass $2.03/lb 06/04/2024
Rod Brass $2.03/lb 05/04/2024
Rod Brass $2.03/lb 04/04/2024
Rod Brass $2.03/lb 03/04/2024
Rod Brass $2.03/lb 02/04/2024
Rod Brass $2.03/lb 01/04/2024
Rod Brass $2.03/lb 31/03/2024
Rod Brass $2.03/lb 30/03/2024
Rod Brass $2.03/lb 29/03/2024

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