What Is The Current Price For Scrap Aluminum Around Montgomery, Alabama?


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The price of scrap Aluminum is base on its rate of recovery. For example, UBC and 356 Wheel are around $1.00 per pound. Transmission is $0.30, Clean Al radiators is$0.88.

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