E-Scrap - Circuit Board Recycling
As advances in technology continue to grow there is a proportional need to deal with end of life (EOL) electronics that accumulate from the replacement of older components and systems for example: computers and consumer electronics. Our expanding knowledge base of metal processing and acquisition of quality vendors & partners has allowed us to grow along with this E-Scrap market.
"In 2002, approximately 41 million computers became outdated; and current analysis by the National Safety Council estimates that 63 million computers became obsolete in 2005." -
( electronicsrecycling.org )
"Computers are made with a variety of elements, like plastics, glass, steel, gold, lead, mercury, cadmium and fire retardants that can be recaptured through recycling and used again. If thrown away, these computers can release toxins into the environment, potentially polluting the groundwater we drink and the air that we breathe. Recycling the resources in computers also eliminates the need to obtain these elements from nature, decreasing production impact on the environment." ( electronicsrecycling.org )
At Integrated Recycling Technologies we will pay you for most of your outdated computer equipment. We work with small to mid-size and Fortune 100 companies, government agencies, non-profit organizations, educational institutions and individuals.
We process end of life computer scrap, specializing in high-grade circuit boards. A partial list of material we accept includes:
- Finger Cards
- Server Boards
- Telecom Boards
- Processors (CPU)
- Computer Memory (RAM)
- Hard Drives
- CD-ROM/Floppy Drives
- Power Supplies
- UPS Battery Backups
- PC Towers
- Computer Wire
- CRT Monitors*
* denotes a charge item.
We are ready to help you manage your EOL computer scrap in a responsible and earth-friendly manner, while at the same time giving you a great price for your contributions to environmental stewardship and preservation.
For inquiries regarding Circuit Board recycling and E-Scrap, please contact a Buyer at:
Phone: (763) 295-6992
or use our online contact form