Copper Prices

Below are the prices that we offer all of our customers for scrap metal in the UK. What you see here is what you get. We are proud to put our prices on our website because we are confident that we can offer you the best price for your scrap.

Due to volatile markets prices are a guide and loads must be booked in to guarantee prices.

Scrap Metal


Price (£/KG) Updated Examples
Aluminium £0.35* 05/11/2015 Automobile parts, Packaging, B


Price (£/KG) Updated Examples
Brass £1.70* 04/01/2016 taps, Ornaments, Artefacts.
316 stainless turnings £0.55* 25/11/2015 316 stainless turnings


Price (£/KG) Updated Examples
Bright Copper Wire £2.65* 23/11/2015 Stripped wire.
PVC Wire £0.75* 11/01/2016 Copper wire coated in PVC.
Low Grade Cable £0.45* 11/01/2016 Electrical cables with steel a
High Grade PVC wire £1.40* 11/01/2016 Largesingle core Copper cable
Aluminium Cable with copper. £0.50* 21/11/2015 High quality coils, Headphone


Price (£/KG) Updated Examples
Heavy Copper £2.30* 11/01/2016 Piping with solder joints, Pai
Braziery Copper £2.15* 11/01/2016 Piping with solder joints, Hou
Copper Tanks £2.20* 11/01/2016 Domestic/Industrial boilers, W
Foamy Tanks and Lead Wash Copper £1.60* 11/01/2016 Insulated tanks, Lead washed r
aluminium turnings £0.30* 12/08/2015 aluminium turnings
Motors £0.19* 08/07/2015 electric motors
Stainless steel turnings £0.38* 29/09/2015 304 stainless turnings

Stainless Steel

Price (£/KG) Updated Examples
Lead £0.70* 23/11/2015 Old roofing lead, Lead piping,
Cast Iron and Steel £0.05* 05/11/2015 Tools, Building materials, Car
316 Stainless Steel £0.60* 20/11/2015 normally used in chemical or f
Stainless Steel £0.47* 12/11/2015 Cooking equipment, Household i

Cash for Scrap Metal in

Through an on-site cheque-cashing service our customers are able to walk away with cash for their scrap metal. If you wish to take advantage of this service then please bring valid photo id (drivers license/passport) and proof of address which is less than 3 months old.

REDUCE RE-USE RECYCLE! Help the environment by scrapping your metal

Using secondary raw materials means less use of natural resources which would otherwise be needed to make new metal compounds – such as iron ore in steelmaking; nickel in stainless steel; or alumina and bauxite in aluminium smelting. There are also considerable savings in energy, and reduced CO2 emissions, so by bringing your old scrap metal in to us not only are you helping to save the planet your also getting the best prices possible.

Specialist Recycling Equipment

Why not take some time to read up about the specialist equipment we use to process your scrap metal?