Cast Iron Recycling in Kansas City
Bring in Your Scrap Cast Iron, Get Paid
Cast Iron Scrap Price as of 4/14/2021: $0.42/lb
(*Note: Quoted prices are subject to change at any time. Scrap prices can change on a daily basis so feel free to call ahead if you have any questions)
Did you know that you can earn money from cast iron that you no longer need? All you need to do is bring it to Langley Recycling and we’ll pay you for it!
If you’re not a metal expert, identifying which type of metal you’re looking at may feel a little tricky. But we can help. Cast iron can usually be found in various different areas of your home. You’ll likely find it in certain appliances (like laundry machines, dishwashers and toasters), cutlery, magnets, hammers/nails, barbeques, car parts, golf equipment and even plumbing supplies.
But if you don’t know your cast iron from your aluminum, we can help. Simply give us a call or send us a picture of your items and we’ll be able to advise you. Plus, if it’s not cast iron you’re dealing with, we can still help. Langley Recycling are specialists in recycling all sorts of different metals and we’re here to guide you through all your recycling queries.
Our Simple Cast Iron Scrap Recycling Process
Not sure where to bring your scrap cast iron in Kansas City?
If you’re based in or around Kansas City and you’ve got some cast iron to get rid of, look no further. At Langley Recycling, not only will we responsibly recycle your cast iron so it’s out of your hands, but we’ll also pay you for it too.
Cast iron is a sustainable material, and it costs a lot less (in both price and to the environment) to recycle it than to make it from scratch – this is why it’s so valuable.
As a specialist metal recycling facility, looking after the environment is close to our hearts, and we couldn’t do that without you. That’s why we’re dedicated to not only looking after our customers, but also giving them the best price for their cast iron. Prices change quite frequently, so be sure to get in touch to find out current prices before you arrive.
Disposing of cast iron is simple. You just take your items to a dedicated metal recycling facility like Langley Recycling. Not only will you manage to free yourself of your unwanted metal, but you’ll also be helping the environment and earning yourself some cash in the meantime.
If you’re in the Kansas City area and we can help, get in touch today.
Like any metal, you should avoid taking cast iron to landfill and make an extra effort to recycle it. This is because when metal is thrown into landfill, its chemicals will start spilling into the surrounding soil, starting to pollute the air, waterways and so on. This will then lead to global warming via the production of greenhouses gases which are harmful to our environment.
That’s why, at Langley Recycling, we make it easy (and financially worth your while) to recycle your metals.
Cast iron is a sustainable metal. This is because it is infinitely recyclable without any damage to its properties (or drastic impact on the surrounding environment when compared to developing cast iron from scratch).
Also, instead of rusting, cast iron slowly oxidizes which gives off iron ashes. These ashes are carbon-based and beneficial for the environment because they encourage green growth on plants and have a beneficial impact on planktonic life in the sea. This process is combating global warming by increasing oxygen from our oceans and reducing the amount of greenhouse gases emitted.