Nickel Recycling in Kansas City
Bring in Your Scrap Nickel, Get Paid
Nickel 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)
Gone are the days of not knowing what to do with your scrap metal. If you’ve found yourself with a supply of nickel objects that you’re unsure what to do with, bring them to Langley Recycling and we’ll give you cash for your scrap.
Identifying metals can be tricky if you’re not metal experts like us. So, if you’re struggling, we can help. Simply get in touch by phone or send us some pictures via email and we’ll talk you through it. You’ll find nickel in lots of household items such as jewelry, glasses frames, tools, cell phones, guitar strings, keys, musical instruments, pens, kitchen equipment and even zippers.
Even if your item doesn’t turn out to be nickel, chances are we’ll still be able to help as we’re experts in recycling all kinds of metal objects. Just get in touch to find out more.
Our Simple Nickel Scrap Recycling Process
Not sure where to bring your scrap nickel in Kansas City?
Scrap nickel is only easy to get rid of if you know where to turn. At Langley Recycling, we’re a Kansas City-based recycling facility specializing in metals. As your scrap nickel is so valuable to us, we’ll pay you for it. And because we value our customers so much, we always make sure you get the best deal for any metal you bring to us.
But not only will you be getting a fair amount of cash for something you were just looking to dispose of, you’ll also be able to rest safe in the knowledge that you’re recycling your metal safely and responsibly. Working in the recycling industry, being kind to the planet is a huge part of our ethos.
Whilst you’re bringing us your nickel, do you have any other scrap metal lying around? We can pay you for lots of different types of ferrous and non-ferrous scrap metal such as cast iron, titanium, tantalum and bronze.
Yes, you can. Just like other non-ferrous metals, nickel can be recycled. Recycling nickel benefits both the environment and the metals industry. It is both cheaper for the industry/consumers and more environmentally friendly to recycle and reuse nickel than it is to extract it.
What’s even better, is that recycling and reusing nickel isn’t a second-best option. Nickel can be recycled without losing any of its properties or value, meaning it’s truly sustainable and you don’t need to worry about sacrificing quality to benefit the environment.
The recycling price for any metal varies depending on the current markets. These fluctuate daily. So, for an accurate price, call your local metal recycling facility.
If your local metal recycling facility is Langley Recycling, get in touch today and we’ll be happy to help.
It’s always best to recycle nickel at a dedicated metal recycling facility. Using a team of people who are specialists in metal recycling will not only make sure you get the best deal possible for your scrap nickel, but also make sure that your scrap is recycled ethically, and your carbon footprint remains as low as possible.
If you’re based in or around Kansas City and have some scrap nickel to get rid of, we’d love to help. Get in touch today.