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In this 3-Part Series, Tom Buechel and Energy Economist Marc Champagne tackle the future possible challenges for the world as we continue to deal with the oil and energy crisis. Support the show
In this 3-Part Series, Tom Buechel and Energy Economist Marc Champagne tackle the current events that have led to the current market conditions and how the world is handling them. Support the show
In this 3-Part Series, Tom Buechel and Energy Economist Marc Champagne tackle the past events and actions that brought the world to the current energy crisis we are dealing with today. They discuss everything from conflict in Ukraine, to the pa
Tom goes through several types of fans to see if they are worth taking apart for the electric motors inside. Remember, some motors may be made with aluminum, not copper.Watch more here: https://youtu.be/gJ9ixG0nwhQ Support the show
Born from a scrap yard, Rockaway Recycling, Tom, the Found of the iScrap App, explains the beginnings of the scrap metal app and how it came to be where it is today! Support the show
Tom walks through some of the most common metals that are found at scrap yards and how you can sort and separate them for the best profit. While some materials can be taken apart, that doesn't mean they have to be. Support the show
📈 Check Scrap Prices: https://iScrapApp.com/ - We had this comment pop up recently about why you shouldn't sell copper to yards that don't resell to street traders. While that may be something you have heard, it's not necessarily the way to go
Tom walks through some of the common frustrations we have heard from scrappers over the years and how you can deal with them. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/iscrapapp)
Tom walks through some of the options when becoming a full time scrapper and getting a license. Support the show
Tom walks through some of the fastest ways to scrap your electric motors. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/iscrapapp)
Tom catches up with some of the top tips for scrapping various copper wires. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/iscrapapp)
Looking to make a quick buck. We have some helpful information to help you earn as much as you can with your computer towers. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/iscrapapp)
Tom goes through some of the common items and things you can find on a stainless steel sink to not only make it cleaner, but make some extra money on brass that is attached. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/iscrapapp)
Tom goes through some of the recent questions that YOU the scrapper has asked over the last few weeks. Have a question of your own? Email our team at [email protected] Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/iscrapapp)
Wondering who to talk to at a scrap yard when you have problems? Tom addresses some options on fixing problems when you sell your scrap to local scrap yards. Before you quickly change yards see if you can get some explanations. Support the show
Join Tom and his dad, Tom on how the boom of scrap from the 1970s to present-day scrap metal recycling. Discussions on how copper prices have changed, the change in e-scrap, and how materials have been changed among scrappers and how scrap yard
We asked. You Answered. Recently our team asked on Reddit (yes, we're on there!) what frustrations were most common as scrappers. These were some of the top ones and Tom's suggestions on how to deal with them.  Support the show (https://www.pat
Ever wonder why you see some reported prices on the iScrap daily in areas, but in other areas your own prices haven't changed? Or have you seen competing scrap yards never change prices? Tom addresses some of the major reasons why some scrap ya
📈 Check Scrap Prices: https://iScrapApp.com/ - Join Tom and his dad, Tom for a discussion of the impact that scrap metal recycling has on the economy. Discussing the job growth and how the industry has evolved in the last 40 years. Support the
We brought fellow scrapper Dave online with us to discuss various boards and e-scrap techniques on what to look for in boards and computer parts when you are looking to boost your profit in scrap.Be sure to subscribe to Dave here 👇https://www.
Mining for metals is an essential part of the growth of the economy but also a trivial part of the environment. But recycling metals to help reduce the necessity of mining for raw materials is important and can also have an environmental impact
Peddlers aren't the only ones cashing in on scrap metal. At the Rockaway Recycling yard, trade-specific workers are frequently cashing in on excess material from everyday jobs and projects they work on. Plumbers and Electricians, in particular,
By now, you’re well aware that the iScrap App helps you find scrap yards near you and find the recently reported scrap prices, but did you know that we can also make you more money? There are several tips and ways to prepare your scrap metal an
Time and time again, we've seen and heard stories of picking up scrap for free (with the intention of the payday being the scrap value), but then being blindsided by the difficulty of the pickup: a heavy washing machine in the basement or a bra
Like many other industries, the scrap metal industry has its gray areas for collecting scrap metal, selling it, and the laws and regulations that go along with it. While scrap laws usually vary from state to state in the US, many restrictions a
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