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What can you scrap from computer?
Everything you separated COULD be sold to a scrap yard. Hard drives, steel computer cases, and disk drives, can all be sold to a scrap yard. But the CPUs, RAM, Motherboards, PCIs, Gold Fingers, and other gold-bearing components should all get sold online!
This post describes the ways one can scrap a computer to make the MOST MONEY! Computers are found in bulk at school actions, business closings, and even on Craigslist for free. This explains how to scrap the computer, check here for more info on how to scrap the monitors! When scrapping computers, VOLUME is very important. Before selling any of the gold-bearing components, wait until you have accumulated over 5-10 pounds of the stuff. This will assure you have interested buyers and therefore a very good price when selling on Ebay/to vendors.

Firstly, before scrapping a computer, make sure it is actually worthless. The truth is, any working component of a computer is worth more as a used part than as scrap. With that being said, lets look at the scrap value…
The inside of a computer is full of different types of materials, including, copper, aluminum, gold, silver, palladium, and all types of wire and transformers. Computers are broken apart into several different components:

The Case: This is the outside of the computer, this is almost exclusively made of steel. (Older models, and some newer server models consist of aluminum)
Disk Drives: including DVD/CD/Floppy disk players, each of which has a high grade board.
Hard Drives: Milled aluminum, stainless steel, and high grade board.
Motherboards: The main circuit board that hold the CPU, the RAM and the PCIs.
CPUs: This is the most gold concentrated part of most computers.
RAM: These are the “sticks” that can be pulled from the motherboard. SILICONE RUBBER SCRAP RECYCLING IN POST-INDUSTRIAL SETTINGS
Most people do not know that silicone rubber can be recycled. As it is often thrown away as waste, silicone rubber that is no longer useful is often referred to as “silicone rubber scrap”. By definition, scrap is a small piece or amount of something, especially one that is left over after the greater part has been used. We should not associate the word “scrap” with “waste” or “trash”. To us, silicone rubber scrap is a valuable resource.

At ECO USA, we’re trying to make a difference in the recycling industry and the world by researching and developing new technologies to recycle silicone rubber scrap. In 2018, silicone was estimated to be a 14.17 billion dollar industry and expected to continue growing at a compound annual rate of 4.5% through 2025. With that being said, with an increasing amount of silicone rubber and liquid produced annually, an effective process must be in place to recycle this material stream.

We have come a long way in developing our silicone recycling technology at our pilot facility in West Virginia. Our facility is capable of recycling all sorts silicone rubber and fluids into silicone oil or polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS), a fundamental form of silicone used in numerous applications across many industries. Currently, we collect silicone rubber scrap primarily from post-industrial sources. The scrap we collect are usually left-over, excess materials from an extrusion / injection molding process.

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  • Registered Address 2890 Livsey Dr, Tucker, GA 30084, United States
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  • Year of Establishment 2016

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