E waste recycling is a popular, informal name for electronic products nearing the end of their “useful life.” Computers, televisions, VCRs, stereos, copiers, and fax machines are common electronic products. Many of these products can be reused, refurbished, or recycled.
With the passage of the Electronic Waste Recycling Act of 2003, certain portions of the electronic waste stream are defined and the systems to recover and recycle them will be administratively regulated beyond the universal waste rules that apply to material handling. Please review Ontario Scrap Metal Recycling efforts to implement the Act for more information for E waste recycling.
On Earth Day—and every other day—consumers can do something to reduce their Scrap electronic footprint, though. Many of the materials used in making these products can be recovered and reused, including plastics, glass, and metal. Ask Apple: The company says it re-captured 2,204 pounds of gold—worth $40 million—from recycled devices in 2015.
It is due to the high volumes of catalytic converters that we are able to work on a low profit margin and allow our customers to reap the benefits of going direct! Ontario Scrap Metal Recycling offers an accurate grading system which is based on multi-verified assay results. In comparison to our competitors, our assay results are always verified more than once in our laboratories which work independently of each other, eliminating room for inaccurate results.
Our assays are done with the most updated technological advances available to us. Today, many other companies still use Old catalytic converter and x-ray guns to provide assay results which risk a 20% error in results. At Ontario Scrap Metal Recycling and our partnering companies you can expect QUALITY results. Not only in our grading but also in our assay results as well as our customer service.