#1 Copper Tubing / Flashing

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30 DAY AVG. PRICE $3.28/lb


Used in Plumbing for Commerical / Residential / Industrial. No paint / no solder / nothing inside.

Historical Prices for #1 Copper Tubing / Flashing

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At Rockaway Recycling we take pride in helping our customers make more money on their scrap metal and separating the right way. #1 Copper Tubing / Flashing are usually an important material to be sure to separate and scrap the right way. Many times copper tubing will be mixed when scrapping it, but it is important to separate it correctly to make the most money. If you have #1 Copper Tubing / Flashing, be sure to separate it from #2 copper tubing, which will have brass fittings and solder on it. #1 Copper Tubing / Flashing will be clean pipes with no solder, paint, or fittings. This also includes oil.

Recycling Scrap #1 Copper Tubing in New Jersey

Rockaway Recycling has been serving the Tri-State area for their scrap metal needs since 1977. We are conveniently located in Rockaway, NJ minutes from Rt. 80 and right off Rt. 46. If you need directions to our facility, be sure to print them out directly from our site, along with our operating hours. Be sure to check our current scrap prices and acceptable materials list on our website too. If you have questions about your scrap metal, check our Let’s Learn to Scrap section for more information and how-to videos. Contact us through our online form with any questions or further information you would like to hear about.

To have a clean #1 Copper Tubing you have to have multiple things. You cannot have any attachments such as: brass, solder, paint, or things inside. Some type of copper fittings that are solderless have rubber inside and cannot go as a clean copper tubing. Clean tubing has to have absolutely no attachments and often heavy corrosion will not be able to constitute for clean tubing either. Clean Copper Flashing should have no glue, nails, tar, or paint on it. If there are any contaminants, the price will be different at the scale.

Copper tubing is used in most commercial and heavy duty plumbing. Copper tubing is much stronger for the amount of water that goes through the pipes and is used for many hospitals and industrial operations. Clean copper pipe will always be worth more money for scrap, and you want to make sure that it is always clean when you sell it. Also, remember we offer scrap metal pickups in the Tri-State area for your #1 Copper Tubing.


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See Historical Scrap Prices for #1 Copper Tubing

With so many customers and potential customers calling us to learn the prices on copper tubing, we figured why not make it available 24/7? So now we have our copper prices online and updated all of the time, and not only that, we have included prices for the previous thirty days. Now you will be able to go this page to learn where the prices have been for copper tubing and where they are going to be going based off of the charts that we have listed. Many people will ask about the price of clean copper tubing, and we always tell them to make sure to have the copper tubing as clean as possible, and even to send us pictures ahead of time.

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(Last Modified: May 24th, 2024, 9:26 am)
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