2003JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember
Dry bright wire85092095090088092085095096096011001100
Heavy copper7808508808308108407708508608601020980
No 2 copper wire750800820800780820750830840840980930
Braziery copper650670700670650690630700710710850800
Insulated copper cable 45%240260280250250270250280280280300340
Brass cuttings680720730700700700700720730720760800
Brass swarf640670680650650650640660670680700680
Brass and copper radiators480520530500500500480500500500550580
Mixed brass580600610600600600600620630640660660
Heavy brass620640650630630630620650660670700700
Gunmetal750760770780780760740750760780780780
Pure aluminium cuttings650670700710700670640640650650650650
Aluminium alloy cuttings610630650650650620600600610610610610
Old rolled aluminium550560580590580540540540550550550550
Clean cast aluminium560580620630610600550550560560560560
Aluminium turnings390420450450450430400350350350400400
Aluminium foil200200200200200200200200200200200200
Lead scrap200220240220200200200260260260280260
Batteries15151515151515 15 15151515
Zinc mixed scrap300300300300300300250250250250250250
Zinc cuttings350330330330330330250250250250250250
18: stainless steel solids360400430450430420400440460510550630

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