Same as regular clip, however, may contain small amounts of paint, caulk or coatings. Clip Aluminum is a mixture of various aluminum alloys. Consists of plate, bar, solids, chunks or machined parts.
Scrap Metals Guide
Use our metals guide to classify your metals correctly and make sure you make the most from your recycled scrap. Aluminum, Copper and Brass come in a variety of alloys and purities. The cleaner the metal and the more we can recover from your load, the more we pay. learn more about how to clean and properly classify your metals before you bring them in.
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Redwood Recycling is happy to accept your old radiator. Make sure it is drained of all liquids though. Radiators can be made of Aluminum, Copper or a mixture of both. Our staff will be able to tell you what type you have and pay you for the metals
Redwood Recycling can accept your old wheel rims. NO TIRES please. Wheels can be Aluminum or Steel and will be priced accordingly.
Electric Motors & Transformers are made of a combination of Copper Wire and Tin. Your pricing will depend on the content of each Metal.
Brass that comes from faucets and fixtures. A unique alloy and recycling process places this type of brass into it’s own class.
Brass that comes from sprinkler fixtures. It’s mixture of Brass/Copper & Steel sets it apart from other brass items
Brass that looks reddish in appearance. Has a higher copper content. Commonly valves, meters, faucets. No Contamination. Free of iron, paint, plastic, washers, glass, etc. (78% – 82% Copper)
Brass that has a yellowish look in appearance. Commonly valves, meters, faucets. No Contamination. Free of iron, paint, plastic, washers, glass, etc.
Copper wire that is at least .5” thick with one layer of rubber or plastic insulation. Each wire strand should thicker than the width of a penny. At least 70% recoverable Copper.
Insulated Copper wire smaller than 16 gage (1/16 inch) and has a copper recovery of 50% – 60%. The copper wire may be coated by tin or nickel. Most multiple jacket wire will be classified as #2 wire.
Insulated copper wire that is 14 gage or thicker (1/14 inch). If wire is stranded, each wire must be 1/14” or thicker. Must have a copper recovery of 70% or more. Most single jacket wire will be classified as #1 wire.
Copper that has paint, dirt, solder, corrosion, etc. Insulated copper is not accepted as #2 copper. Can be tubing or wire. Bare wire under pencil lead thickness is accepted.
Clean,uncontaminated,no paint, solder, insulation, dirt, etc. Can be tubing or wire. Wire must be bare & thicker than a pencil lead.
Copper wire that is shiny in its appearance. No contamination in any form. Must be thicker than a pencil lead. (10 Ga.)
Thin aluminum house siding, rain gutters, fascia, ect. May have paint but must be free of staples, nails or other contaminates.
Most common grade of aluminum. Mixture of various aluminum alloys. Consists of plate, bar, solids, chunks or machined parts. Must be free of contamination, paint, nails, screws, etc. Misc Aluminum will fall into this category.
Same as regular extruded aluminum, however, may contain small amounts of paint, caulking, weather stripping, dirt, etc.
Consisting of window frames, door frames, structural type aluminum, with no contamination. Must be 6063 series aluminum.
Any aluminum beverage container that has been emptied of its contents and is uncontaminated in any form.