MATERIAL UPDATE: Brass Faucets

Posted: January 3, 2023


Brass Faucets vs. Dirty Brass Faucets

Traditionally, Rockaway Recycling has bought brass faucets as “brass” that can be mixed with other various brass items.

However…

Moving forward, we will be paying a different price for brass faucets. Many of the newer brass faucets contain a large amount of plastic, stainless steel, and steel attached to them. Therefore, the price for them is much different than regular brass. Take a look at our new page on our site for details and a video on how they are different.

(Last Modified: February 7th, 2023, 8:06 am)
Metal/MaterialCurrent Price
$3.28/lb
$3.03/lb
Brass (Plumbing, Pipe) $2.00/lb
Bronze $2.35/lb
Brass Shells $1.95/lb
Brass Water Meter $1.45-$2.25/lb
Clean Brass Radiators $1.85/lb
$0.55/lb

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