2002JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember
Dry bright wire850900950960910980950850880840870880
Heavy copper760800850850810880850750780770800810
No 2 copper wire720760800800770840810710740700730750
Braziery copper640650700700670740670580630600640660
Insulated copper cable 45%200200240250200240220200240210220250
Brass cuttings680700720730700750720700680680700710
Brass swarf620640660650620650620600600600640650
Brass and copper radiators450470500510480520480450450450490520
Mixed brass550560580600560600610560560560580600
Heavy brass580600620640600640650600600600630650
Gunmetal740740760780740750760720740740750770
Pure aluminium cuttings530580640660640640650600600600630650
Aluminium alloy cuttings500550610630610610600560560560590610
Old rolled aluminium450500560580580580560520520530560570
Clean cast aluminium450500560580580580560520520530560590
Aluminium turnings250300360410450420400360360360360390
Aluminium foil200200200200200200200200200200200200
Lead scrap260260250240210210200180200200210220
Batteries202020202020201515151515
Zinc mixed scrap300280300300300300300300300300300300
Zinc cuttings250350350350350350350350350350350320
18:8 stainless steel solids250270320350360340350355340320340360

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