This page is being kept for Historical Reasons.
Goldealers Ltd is no longer actively purchasing electronics scrap.
Goldealers Ltd offer extremely competitive rates on Electronics Scrap.
Scrap electronic materials processed include:
- Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs), IC’s, Connectors, Plugs, Electronic Fingers from PCBs
- Switches, Contacts & Relays
- Wires, Hybrid Circuits, Conductive Pastes, Inks & Wipes
- Reeled Components, Pins & Strips
- Targets, Pure and High Value Alloys
Due to the vast composition of these components, it is next to impossible to offer an online guide price. For example, Old Ceramic processors have a relatively high intrinsic gold content, whereas newer modern plastic processors contain very little.
Furthermore, different components require different means of processing for electrical recycling. Some items, we will be able to offer a “live” price, whereas others will require samples to be tested in order to determine the best way of recovering your electronic components.
Typical Fees for Electrical Recycling
- Refining @ 20p per gram
- Standard Processing @ £3.00 per kilo, Aqua Regia @ £5.00 per kilo
- Assay @ £20.00
Goldealers Ltd reserve the right to waive or enforce these fees on a “per transaction” basis.
We would always recommend that you send us a small but representative sample of your materials which we will assess free of charge. We will also be happy to return the materials to you free of charge should you decide not to use our services. We can typically provide you with a quotation within 3-4 working days of receiving your sample.
Goldealers Ltd will never proceed without first explaining to you the process, the costs (if any) and receiving confirmation from you as to whether we should proceed.
Please call us on 01206 585 000 to discuss your electronic recycling needs.
- ISO 14001:2004 The reclamation and recycling of precious metals. The identification, separation, storage and disposal of hazardous and non-hazardous waste.
- ISO 9001:2008 The reclamation and recycling of surplus and scrap components mainly, from the telecommunication and electronics industries including the recovery of precious metals. The identification, separation, storage and disposal of hazardous and non-hazardous waste resulting from the above operations.
- Environment Agency – Waste Management Licence
- Environment Agency – Waste Carriers Licence