With iPads and touch screen computers on the rise, you might have an old keyboard you need to scrap. Since keyboards are mostly plastic it may benefit you to separate the keyboard and take out pieces like the circuit boards. So be sure to check with the scrap yards for the Keyboards Scrap Prices they pay their customers. There are a lot of plastic pieces from a keyboard, so if you are going to take them apart be sure to recycle the plastic properly and scrap the other components.
How To Maximize Keyboard Recycling
You can clip the copper wire off the back and put that in your insulated copper wire pile. If your company recently upgraded to a newer computer system, don’t just throw away the old ones, scrap them. Prices for keyboards can range depending on where you scrap. You can find keyboard pricing as well as other e-scrap prices by simply using the iScrap App. Not all scrap yards take e-scrap so be sure to also use the iScrap App to help you find scrap metal yards near you that are currently accepting e-waste. See more Scrapping Videos here.
What Are Keyboards Made Of?
Keyboards are mostly made up of plastic with slight traces of metals attached to them. With very little precious metals in them and very little common metals they tend to be a little difficult to scrap. Keyboards mostly consist of plastic and because of that you will have a very tough time getting rid of them for anything except normal garbage.
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