20 thoughts on “Strategic Stockpiling of E-Waste for Precious Metal Recovery”

  1. Thanks for explaining the different IC / BGA – I didn't even collect them, apart from major CPU & gold corners! Right you know what I'm off to do now…

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  2. I learn so much watching your videos, thank you for passing your knowledge on! About e-waste as a business…. I am really interested in learning more and therefore, seeing new video editions on that subject.

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  3. This is the future imo. If some sort of global disaster happens and governments fall and people have to rebuild scrapping tech and shit like that for precious materials to aid with rebuilding things would be a good idea.

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  4. In Sweden the price of transformer and el-motors are almost the same. Transformers are worth more than el-motors. El-motors used to be worth about 10 cents more.

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  5. Do you check the selling value of all those ICs ? There might be some in there that are worth a lot of money when selling. Especially this DIL-Packages. For example here in Germany a 68k is worth around 30€, a MOS6581 50€ or even the modern version is of the Z80 is still worth 5€ (older versions much more).

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  6. I'm after gold. I'm only after enough to make a solid gold ring. problem is, I have some e-waste that I don't know how to process. I'll make a video showing what I have if you can help.

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  7. Gold recovery is the perk of scrapping. (I can go gold panning and get more in less time and not deal with the chemicals) I'm just getting in to scrapping, really only interested in copper and alum for the most part. Steel isn't worth it for me.

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  8. tantalum is used to make the clips for heart surgery , but has an expire date.
    with your like for siver why are you not pulling keyborad milars.
    More in 5 milars than all your oval crystals put together.
    Not much in there at all.

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  9. wow are they paying you low on motor at a a kilo.
    we get more here in USA, per pound.
    2.2 pounds per kilo.
    What are they paying for gold fingers?
    All thee metal you want to recover can be done at home.
    Silver is a waste metal and is filtered out and can be refined, and so can all the others you want, as a salt or a paste like goo.

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