Cash for Metal

No matter what type of scrap metal you may have – whether it is white goods from your home, large amounts of scrap from a commercial project or even an End of Life Vehicle.

Midwest Metals will be happy to recycle it for monetary return.

Price List

Tuesday, March 26, 2019


  • Aluminum Unclean9
  • Cans39
  • Cast28
  • Extrusion Clean58
  • Extrusion Unclean22
  • Low Copper43
  • Old Aluminum32
  • Rims55
  • Siding42
  • Aluminum Block Transmissions15
  • Brass Clean2.11
  • Brass Taps54
  • Brass Unclean54
  • #13.23
  • #23.03
  • #32.83
  • Aluminum Jacket BX Wire40
  • Ballasts11
  • Box Transformers10
  • Christmas Lights12
  • Com Wire28
  • Dry Cell Batteries3
  • Insulated Aluminum33
  • Insulated Copper #175
  • Insulated Copper #245
  • IS Wire71
  • Large Motors13
  • Small Motors18
  • Steel Jacket BX Wire30
  • Transformers22
  • Wet Cell Batteries26
  • Circuit Boards13
  • Mixed E-Waste9
  • Televisions2
  • Towers13
  • Aluminum Clean31
  • Aluminum Unclean11
  • Copper Clean1.45
  • Copper Unclean67
  • Mixed Combo Clean1.03
  • Mixed Combo Unclean30
Non Ferrous
  • Compressors11
  • Lead12
  • Stainless Clean39
  • Stainless Unclean11
  • Stove Elements15

Ferrous, Prices per ton (2,000 lb.)

  • Auto Cast320
  • Cars210
  • Heavy Melt250
  • Dealer Clips220
  • Oversized210
  • Shred210
  • Steel Rims215
  • White Goods210

The metals we recycle fall into one of two categories: ferrous and non-ferrous.


The main element of ferrous metals is iron. Cast iron, steel, and the various steel alloys are ferrous metals. A metal is still classified as ferrous even if it has less than 50% iron content, as long as it contains more iron than any other single metal. Ferrous metals can be found from sources including industrial activities, building demolition and consumer end of life-cycle items. We help to recycle these sources and turn them into income.

Examples of ferrous metals include:

  • End of Life Vehicle

  • Household Appliances

  • Heavy Melt

  • Auto Cast

  • Rims

  • Unsorted loads receive our shred price per ton.


A metal is considered non-ferrous if it contains less iron than any other metal. Many metals utilized primarily for metal plating, alloying elements or used in the fabrication of parts are classified as non-ferrous. Our high-tech analyzing equipment and extensive knowledge lets you get the best recovery possible from these metals.

Examples of non-ferrous metals include:

  • Tin
  • Zinc
  • Silver
  • Gold
  • Aluminum
  • Magnesium
  • Titanium
  • Nickel
  • Copper
  • Tin alloys

We Don’t Accept

We don’t accept glass, concrete/bricks, dirt, wood, or fiberglass.

We Do Accept

We accept but don’t pay for tires (we are a member of the OTS program), propane tanks, fire extinguishers and single CFC appliances.

Contact Us

Call (705) 466-5227 today.

Or reach us through the contact form below