A Brass Scrap Recycler You Can Trust

Brass is a metal alloy composed of copper and zinc, which is widely used in various industries for its strength, durability, and corrosion resistance.

A Brass Scrap Recycler Making Your Life Easier and More Profitable

Our scrap metal brokers help you maximize your brass scrap, which means:

  • Finding the best price, even in tough and volatile markets
  • Identifying and maximizing sources
  • Minimizing the amount of time dealing with scrap
  • Removing scrap efficiently and in a timely and dependable manner
  • Reducing risk of fraud, non-payment and environmental liability
  • Fast payments with no surprises or hidden fees

Brass Scrap Pricing

Supply chain issues increased manufacturing demand and strong growth in emerging economies has led to significantly higher brass scrap demand and prices. Contact us for updated pricing.

A Full Service Brass Recycler

From consultation and processing to fast and efficient pick-up and delivery—whatever you need to recover your brass scrap, we’re here to help.

Benefits of Brass Scrap Recycling

Recycling brass has several benefits, including:

Conserving natural resources: Brass is made of a combination of copper and zinc, both of which are finite resources. Recycling brass reduces the need for mining new copper and zinc ore, preserving natural resources.

Reducing energy consumption: The energy required to produce brass from raw materials is much higher than the energy required to recycle it. Recycling brass uses less energy than producing new brass, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and helping to combat climate change.

Saving landfill space: Brass products take a long time to decompose in landfills, so recycling them helps to reduce the amount of waste sent to landfills.

Creating jobs: The recycling industry creates jobs in collection, sorting, processing, and manufacturing of recycled materials.

Generating revenue: Recycling brass can generate revenue for businesses and individuals who sell it to recycling facilities.

Conserving water: Producing new brass requires a significant amount of water, and recycling brass reduces the need for water-intensive mining and processing.

Reducing water pollution: The mining and processing of copper and zinc can produce water pollution, and recycling brass reduces the need for new copper and zinc to be mined, reducing the amount of pollution produced.

Overall, recycling brass is an important part of sustainable resource management and can benefit the environment, the economy, and society as a whole.

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Accepted Items

Here are common household and industrial items that contain brass and can be recycled. If your items are not listed, please contact us.

  1. Plumbing fixtures (e.g. faucets, valves, pipes)
  2. Keys and locks
  3. Door knobs and handles
  4. Decorative items (e.g. candlesticks, picture frames)
  5. Kitchen utensils (e.g. pots, pans, cooking tools)
  6. Bathroom fixtures (e.g. shower heads, towel bars)
  7. Electrical components (e.g. connectors, sockets, switches)
  8. Light fixtures (e.g. lamps, chandeliers)
  9. Ammunition casings
  10. Fire extinguishers
  11. Marine hardware (e.g. cleats, anchors, propellers)
  12. Sports equipment (e.g. golf clubs, fishing reels)
  13. Automotive parts (e.g. radiator cores, trim pieces)














We know that our customers are the only reason we’re in business. That’s why we treat you with respect, display integrity in every aspect of business, and work to make brass scrap metal recycling convenient, viable, and sustainable. Flexibility and responsiveness to our customers is how we do business.