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What is the going rate per pound for recycled soda cans? i am doing a project and trying to raise funds thru aluminum can recycling . want to know what price i should expect for the cans 60% 3 Votes

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  • Reduced from 60c to 55c/pound last week in southern Washington. 0% 0 Votes
  • i read that they were going for 85 cents a pound! the las cruces sun news 0% 0 Votes
  • as for the michigan price....... my friend and i just got back from there and they actually pay an additional fee per can when purchasing. that way they are a lot more likely to recycle. that%26#039;s why they are paid more than other states. my friend and her husband live in michigan and recycle 0% 0 Votes
  • it depends on where you live, but here in porterville, ca cans go for 1.55lb 0% 0 Votes
  • Well, we recycle all of our aluminum cans, and we get about eight bucks for twelve trash bags full of cans... I don%26#039;t consider that to be very high, but I do know that it is different for just about everywhere.
    I suggest first finding out where you need to go to recycle your cans, then either going there and asking them or calling them. 40% 2 Votes
  • well i work at a scrap metal purchasing center in cortland and we pay about 40 cents per pound. 0% 0 Votes
  • here in indiana it is 68 cents a pound 0% 0 Votes
  • Our local Recycling yard is paying $.85/lb, we are in TN 0% 0 Votes
  • In Calhoun Kentucky at Phillips Auto Salvage they are paying 50 cents per pound. If I remember correctly it takes 24 cans to make a pound. Sign posted at the business on the side of the road! 0% 0 Votes
  • i know you get 40 cents per pound in herington for cans...... i also know that some places will give you more per pound for 100 pounds or more, i%26#039;m just not sure of which locations do that any more, has been a while since i%26#039;ve had that much to cash in........ did you know that if you save the tabs from your cans they can be used to help different agencies treat children and cancer patients? 0% 0 Votes
  • Here in Visalia, CA we%26#039;re getting between $1.55/pound to 1.75/pound. 0% 0 Votes
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