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Global Computer Pro offers a wide variety of Asset Recovery and Computer Recycling Solutions.  This value was obtained by assuming that the precious metals recovered consisted of 60 percent silver and 40 percent gold, palladium, and platinum. Several U.S. companies reported producing more than 1,500 troy ounces per year of precious metals from electronic scrap. The United States and foreign mineral processing companies use electronic scrap from computer circuit boards for two reasons: (1) it has a high precious metal content and (2) it contains much lower levels of deleterious elements common to ores, such as arsenic , mercury , and especially, sulfur.If you have electronics that are still usable, list them on LACoMAX , the online materials exchange, or donate them to your favorite charity.  Military electronic scrap, mostly computer circuit boards, received from the former Soviet Union are especially sought for recycling because of their comparatively high precious metal content. The scrap can contain 10 times the amount of precious metals than mined ores and significantly higher amounts of precious metals as electronic components produced elsewhere. Feasibility studies and testing determined that mining” computer and other electronic scrap would bring a welcome supplement of copper and precious metals to their smelters. On the other hand, recycling may increase as more and more people recognize the value of recycling.Most consumers are unaware that computer and electronic equipment contains toxic materials and heavy metals.  So in 1984, Noranda began processing small amounts of scrap and, by 1999, was the largest electronics recycling plant in North America, receiving more than 50,000 t/yr of electronic scrap from 300 to 400 suppliers in 18 countries. Hewlett-Packard provides approximately 1,400 t of obsolete PC`s and other computer-related electronic scrap to Noranda for recycling on a monthly basis.Best Buy this week changed its in-store e-waste recycling program, charging customers $25 for each TV and computer monitor they recycle at its stores, because it is losing money on the program. After the computers are dismantled and the components are separated and tested, the useable components are sold, and the shredded metals are separated to be sold as scrap or transported to Noranda`s smelters in Canada. In 1997, these operations processed more than 62,000 t of manufacturing scrap equipment, obsolete IBM machines, and customer-returned equipment. Plastics derived from computer casings can be reused to house different electronic devices, melted down for use as raw materials for new products, or used as fuel. More than 6,500 t of plastic were reportedly recovered from U.S. electronics recyclers in 1998, an increase of nearly 25 percent over 1997.Calgarians can recycle old and unusable electronics, free of charge, at several drop-off locations in the city.  However, truly effective recycling of plastics from computers is hampered by two things: the variety of plastics used and a lack of labeling. In 1998, nearly 1.8 million monitors were collected in the United States for recycling or remanufacturing (Fig. The silica contained in the glass CRT`s has value because silica is required as a fluxing agent in the metals separation process. Although there is value contained in the monitors and CRT`s, the handling costs require Noranda to charge a net fee for recycling the materials. Most businesses, however, must arrange to have their discarded computers handled by electronics recycling firms and (or) hazardous waste facilities.
 
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A number of hazardous waste regulations apply to computer recyclers, which significantly increase operating costs and the overall costs of recycling. Additionally, as PC technology continues to evolve, the amount of precious metals used in components is decreasing; as a result, computer parts are worth less. Electronics recycling—Circuit board recycling increases: Recycling Today, v. 34, no. 5, May, p. 68-105.Processing scrap that has lower value coupled with increasing labor, plant, and regulatory costs could have a profound influence on the current structure of the electronics recycling industry, potentially resulting in decreased recycling. Mining the wreckage of the computer age: Canadian Mining Journal, v. 120, no. 2, April, p. 11-13. Mining discarded electronics: UNEP Industry and Environment, v. 17, no. 3-4, July-September, p. 7-11.Legislators, companies, governmental organizations, public interest groups, and universities have been working on ideas to reduce the amount of waste generated from obsolete computers and electronics and also increase rates of recycling. The Environmental Issues Council of the Electronic Industries Alliance has organized the Consumer Education Initiative to inform consumers about recycling and reuses of used electronics, including computers.E-waste contains many valuable, recoverable materials such as aluminum, copper, gold, silver, plastics, and ferrous metals. When you recycle your unused electronics with Opportunity E-Cycling it conserves natural resources. Recycling recovers the valuable materials from your old electronics that can be used to make new products. Opportunity E-Cycling is a professional computer and electronics recycler based in Missoula, Montana.Imagine enough discarded electronics to circle the earth twelve times, or about 15 pounds of electronics per person worldwide. We constantly upgrade technology to stay current and operate more efficiently, but those same efficiencies produce mountains of obsolete and discarded electronics. That stockpile of used electronics represents a sizeable threat to the environment, to human health, and to businesses stockpiling outdated electronics. We strive to resell as many items as possible to continue the life of the electronics.

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