We recycle all kinds of printed circuit boards, commonly known as PCBs and this includes populated and non-populated boards. Old, non-working, un-repairable or discarded PCBs have heavy metals and also precious metals such as gold, copper, palladium, silver, and copper.
Most circuit boards are ENIG (Electroless Nickel Immersion Gold) in different amounts. At Suntech Recycle, we offer circuit boards recycling solutions for different kinds of circuit boards such as circuit packs, telecommunication circuit cards, PC boards, cell sites, network communication cards as well as boards from laptops, tablets, notebooks and bare boards.
We pay for the boards by the pound and we also give a certificate of recycling which shows proper disposal of the PCB. We pay the best value since we are an actual refinery. We also buy circuit boards from phones and smartphones for recycling.
What we don’t buy
• We do not buy PCBs from CRTs and TVs.
• We don’t buy PCBs from stereo, VCRs or any other boards found in consumer electronics.
We have setup different pickup locations to be able to buy all kinds of unpopulated and populated PCBs. If you have green boards and any other type of electronic scrap, we will buy it and recycle it.
Printed Circuit Boards Market Price
There are many types of printed circuit boards with different precious metals. Some boards have more silver, gold, others only contain copper. We are experienced to know how to estimate the recoverable amount of precious metals from the board from just looking at it. This is the reason we do not have a set market price for all circuit boards.
Security in Recycling Printed Circuit Boards
Some circuit boards may still hold valuable information that is required to be confidential. At Suntech Recycle, we offer total destruction for PCBs according to the industry’s regulations.
More Information on PCB Recycling
Printed Circuit Boards mechanically support and connect the electronic components using conductive pathways etched from copper sheets laminated onto a conductive substrate. PCBs are also known as Printed Wiring Boards (PWBs), Printed Circuit Assembly (PCA).
Our recycling process recovers 99 percent of the precious metals from PCBs. The process is done in our facilities and this helps us to pay high prices for the PCBs and carry our proper disposal of scrap PCBs.