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TABLE 4-3-7A
Potentially Recyclable Materials
Value(1)
Material
Comments
Tab cards
$47-210/net ton
If cards are colored, values
drop.
Computer paper
$50-200/net ton
Cannot contain carbon or
staples.
Cardboard
$5-45/net ton
Must have efficient baler to
be feasible.
Aluminum
$0.12-0.40/lb
Includes aluminum cans.
Value increases if aluminum
is clean and does not contain
iron.
Rubber
$0.01-0.05/lb
Does not include usable
tires.
Glass cullet
$0.01-0.02/lb
Markets are scarce.
Used oil
$0.10-0.40/gal
May fall under reutilization
Program. (2)
Used solvents
$0.l0-0.36/ gal
As permitted by Used Solvent
Elimination Programs
Newsprint
$4-15/net ton
Although it is rare, values
of $151/net ton have been
obtained.
Metal scrap (light)
$10-67/gross ton
Metal scrap (heavy)
$45-70/gross ton
Copper wire (bare)
$0.25-0.50/lb
Copper wire (insulated)
$0.20-0.22/lb
Scrap wood
$0.01-0.10/lb
Hydraulic fluid
$0.22-0.50/gal
$0.45-0.50/gal
Items which have
Some require chemical or
exceeded shelf-life
physical (i.e., recontainer
ization) processing
Acids
Bases
Cooking grease,
$0.02-0.16/lb
bones and fat
$0.04-0.09/lb
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(1) All values were obtained during a September 1984 survey.
(2) Commands are authorized to sell contaminated fuels or waste oils through
DRMO only after it has been determined that the material is excess of the
military's needs.
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