So after my last post I’ve managed to get all of the scrap metal out of the office and have worked out where it’s possible to get the best scrap metal prices across the world. Admittedly I’ve only looked at America (USA), the UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and South Africa too. There’s still an awful lot of research for me to do, but I think that I’ve got a load of different things to carry on researching – in all honesty I just didn’t realize how much money you can make with this stuff, there’s a ridiculous amount if you know where to go, how much to expect to receive and have a lot of the stuff. Scrap metal prices are fairly high for copper, aluminum, lead, steel, iron and a variety of other alloy based materials too. I think that once people realize how easy it is to make money this way then it will die off pretty quickly – but until then we can expect to keep making more and more.
America has a ridiculous amount of places, scrap yards and scrap metal dealers that are willing to accept all forms of scrap. In almost every different city you’ll find a whole host of these places and scrap copper prices or scrap aluminum prices are always fairly decent here too. I think it’s definitely worth looking into if you’re keen on finding a new revenue stream to dip your toes into in your spare time. Diversifying where you get money from is ultimately the best way to make money quickly, if you just work a normal 9 to 5 job then you will only ever make a small amount of cash, however if you have a few extra bits coming in every single month then you will be well on your way to making serious cash. It’s important to constantly keep your eye on the scrap metal prices in your local area if you want to do this successfully, they are always changing and so it’s highly important to do this frequently to be honest with you.
The best way to find the most up to date prices is to check them out online, there is a variety of different services available to people and if you keep your eyes firmly peeled at all times then you will be in a good place. Aluminum, copper and steel are usually the highest valued materials that you can readily find in and around your home, but there are plenty of others too – it’s important to think out of the box in this regard as you can find scrap metal absolutely everywhere in your local environment.
Having now moved into the new office and finally have got everything set up, we now have to deal with all of the mess, rubbish and scrap that we have left behind. Since setting the office up we have accumulated a large amount of scrap, including plaster, general waste, office materials and various types of metals including copper, aluminum, iron and steel. With the general waste we will just have to go to the tip and get rid of it all; however as for the metal, we have discovered that it is worth a fair amount of money.
One of our intellectual employees found that the metals we came across when removing excess waste in the office such as copper wire, thin steel beams, aluminum lighting material and just some other scrap metals all held a scrap metal value. This turned out to be quite a considerable amount of money when valuated. We are yet to sell the metals as we haven’t been able to secure a finite deal on a price with the scrap yard for each of the metals or had enough time to visit the scrap yard with them either. We’ve just had rough quotes of potential prices per kilo, if things go well hopefully the costs will pay for all the new equipment we’ve had in the office.
We’re writing this article really just to portray the potential profits for you to scrap your scrap metals; you really can make a lot of money by doing this. If you happen to have any scrap metals lying around either at home or at your work place try to take them to your local scrap yard to try and get the best price you can for them. You’ll have to look around for the best price you can find but if you scavenge for information over the internet you should be able to find an average price guide for the scrap metal you’re looking to sell. There tends to be a lot of information regarding the price, however the information tends to be very sparse and difficult to find, we only know how much it is because of one of our employees.
We can’t give a very good price guide for you readers unless you are from the UK as the price per kilo will vary drastically based on what country you are in. In some countries the prices may be double or even triple what they could be in the UK and in some cases maybe half the price or less. But definitely if you can find any scrap metals in your household or from anyone near you, you may be in for a treat and a great payday if you can scrap the metal yourself! Well we here at the Hallett review hope you find yourselves in a position to make yourself some money and hope we’ve been of some assistance!