Learn How To Recycle Electronic Scrap
Do you have old, outdated electronic products (e.g., personal computers and periphals, laptops, fax machines, copiers, televisions, telephones, etc.) in your office or home? If so, youre not alone. According to the Institute for Local Self-Reliance, approximately 75 percent of obsolete electronics are currently being stored or warehoused until there is some kind of an agreement on the best way to manage this material.
As the stockpiling continues, there is a growing concern about the volume of used or obsolete electronic equipment that will need to be managed responsibly when it emerges from storerooms, attics or garages.
So why is all of this obsolete equipment such a problem? Well, besides taking up space in the places it is being stored, end-of-life electronics pose many environmental issues regarding the proper disposal and potential environmental consequences of not disposing of it properly.
When electronic products become obsolete and are ready for disposal, they become known as electronic waste, or e-waste. This includes a wide range of products such as computers, televisions, cell phones, etc.
So how big is the electronic waste problem? The National Safety Council estimates that there are 300 to 500 million obsolete computers in the U.S. ready for disposal. Discarded computers and other consumer electronics are the fastest growing portion of this waste streamgrowing almost 3 times faster than our overall municipal waste.
One report estimated that a pile of these obsolete computers would reach a mile high and cover six acres. This is equivalent to a 22-story pile of e-waste covering the entire 472 square miles of the City of Los Angeles. And over one hundred thirty million cell phones are retired every year.
This mountain of electronic waste is an opportunity to make money in. If you are like me, you have probably wasted your money on various get-rich-quick schemes or MLM programs that promised much and delivered little or nothing!
Well this ebook does not fall into these categories. Electronic scrap recycling is not a get-rich-quick scheme! Money can be made in this business. You have to have the proper tools and space for it. If you live in a small grubby apartment or similar type of residence you probably wont be interested in this information. If you have an average sized house with a decent sized garage or workshed, you may find this information very useful and profitable.
Now if you buy this ebook you will learn:
What kinds of electronic scrap to get.
What types of electronic scrap to avoid. Very Important!
How to obtain electronic scrap.
What types of precious metals are in electronic scrap.
How to separate the scrap.
Where to sell the scrap for the best price.
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