Non-Ferrous - Price ListingsLast Updated: April 19, 2014, 10:39 am

Brass (Plumbing, Pipe) $1.60 /lb.
Bronze $1.80 /lb.
Brass Shells $1.45 /lb.
Brass Water Meter $1.10 /lb.
Clean Brass Radiators $1.40 /lb.
Insulated Copper Wire (Cat 5/6) $0.85 /lb.
Hollow Heliax Wire $1.00 /lb.
Romex Wire $1.20 /lb.
THHN Cable $1.45 /lb.
Insulated Cable $1.67 /lb.
500-750 MCM (Bare Bright Inside) $1.90 /lb.
Insulated Steel BX $0.25 /lb.
Christmas Lights $0.20 /lb.
Aluminum/Copper Coil (Clean) $1.20 /lb.
Aluminum/Copper Coil (Dirty) $1.00 /lb.
Copper Yokes $0.35 /lb.
Copper Transformers $0.16-0.34 /lb.
Electric Motors $0.22 /lb.
Alternators/Starters (Separated) $0.28 /lb.
Car Batteries $0.24 /lb.
Forklift Batteries $0.17 /lb.
Lead $0.55 /lb.
Lead Wheel Weights $0.20 /lb.
Sealed Units/Compressors $0.15 /lb.
Aluminum Siding $0.52 /lb
Aluminum Windows (broken) $0.48 /lb.
Sheet Aluminum (Windows/Pans) $0.45 /lb.
Cast Aluminum $0.48 /lb.
AL Thermo-pane/break (Not Glass) $0.40 /lb.
AL Litho Plates $0.57 /lb.
AL Machine Cuts $0.49 /lb.
Aluminum Grills $0.48 /lb.
Aluminum Ladders $0.45 /lb.
Aluminum Rims $0.60 /lb.
Aluminum Transformers $0.12-0.16 /lb.
Stainless Steel (Non-Magnetic) $0.45 /lb.
Chillers CALL FOR PRICE
Catalytic Converters Prices Vary- Call
Scrap Generators $0.15-$0.25 /lb.

Ferrous - Price ListingsLast Updated: April 19, 2014, 10:39 am

Steel $0.065-0.12/lb.
Light Iron $0.065-$0.08/lb.
Cast Iron $0.09-$0.11/lb.
Whole Cars $0.07-0.11 /lb.
Motorcycles $0.07-0.15 /lb.
500lb. Minimum for Steel Purchases.

Computer Scrap - Price ListingsLast Updated: April 19, 2014, 10:39 am

Harddrive PC Board $2.50 /lb.
Memory Chips $5.00-9.00 /lb.
CPU Processor Chips $5-40.00 /lb.
Cell Phones (NO BATTERY) $1.00/ lb.
Insulated Wire $0.63-1.00 /lb.
Whole Computer Towers w/HD $0.21/lb.
Laptops $0.40 /lb.
Harddrives w/Board $0.50 /lb.
Telecom Equipment CALL
Power Supplies $0.20 /lb.
Servers $0.18-0.35/lb.
Back Panels CALL
Low Grade Non PC Boards $0.09 /lb.
AL Heat Sinks $0.48 /lb.
Sorry, We DO NOT currently accept Monitors.

Rare Metal - Price ListingsLast Updated: April 19, 2014, 10:39 am

Monel $2.25 /lb.
FSX 414 $2.25 /lb.
Titanium $0.75 /lb.
Tin $0.50-5.50 /lb.
Nickel $3.00-4.00 /lb.
Inconel $1.50-2.50 /lb.
High Speed Steel $0.35 /lb.
Hastelloy Shavings $1.25 /lb.
Hastelloy Solids $1.50 /lb.
Tin Solder $0.50-5.00 /lb.
Babbit $0.50-5.50 /lb.
Alnico Magnets $1.00 /lb.
*MANAGEMENT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE PRICES DUE TO MARKET CONDITIONS*

Rockaway Recycling WILL NOT buy stolen material under any circumstances.

We are NOT an auto salvage yard for car parts.
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What Do Do When You Arrive

What Do Do When You Arrive

Ernie walks you through the procedure when you arrive at Rockaway Recycling with your scrap metal. If you have miscellaneous items, be sure grab a rack or load your one type of material into a bin. We have 3 bay doors that you can back up to. If you have any questions just ask!

Use Our Pickup Services

Use Our Pickup Services

Sean walks through some of the options you can have when you are looking to scrap large loads of materials with us. You can request a container drop off or box truck pick up. Contact us for more details.

Do We Accept Appliances? Which Ones?

Do We Accept Appliances? Which Ones?

Sean and Virginia walk through some of the common questions we receive at Rockaway Recycling about the different types of appliances that we accept. From dishwashers to furnaces we answer those questions and how we pay for them.

How To Cut Steel From ACR's

How To Cut Steel From ACR's

Ernie explains how to cut off the steel ends of Aluminum Copper Radiators (ACR's/Baseboard Heaters) for more money. Be sure to use a sawzall and all of the proper safety equipment. Separate your steel ends for a different price.

How to Separate Copper Wire

How to Separate Copper Wire

Joe tackles a hard challenge of determining the difference between various wires. Use this as a guide to determine what wires you have. Also be aware of your approximate weight of material, you may want to strip the wire for more money.

Inside Pieces Of An Air Conditioner

Inside Pieces Of An Air Conditioner

Ernie shows you the different types of metals that are inside of an air conditioner unit. Be sure to separate your different materials to make the most money. If you aren't sure, be sure to ask at the scale manager.

How to Separate Your #1 Copper from #2 Copper

How to Separate Your #1 Copper from #2 Copper

Joe gives you a simple explanation about the difference between #1 and #2 Copper. Be sure to separate your copper the right way before heading in to make the most money.

Scrapping With Rockaway Recycling Crew

Scrapping With Rockaway Recycling Crew

Since 1977, Rockaway Recycling has been serving all of the Tri-State area with all their scrap metal needs. Sticking to our slogan, "Fair Weight, Fair Price." We have a great crew and team of workers to help you with your scrapping.

 

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