Scrapping your old laptops could be useful to you. Inside of a laptop is many different parts and pieces like the RAM, heat sink, motherboard, and CPU as well as other components that will have scrap metal on them. Most of the scrap metal in laptops is copper, aluminum, or gold. Taking apart your laptop for these metals would benefit you but if you do not have the time to do that, you can scrap laptops as one piece for cash.
Not all scrap metal yards accept laptops so be sure to check with your local yard before you scrap. To find yards near you that scrap laptops, check out the iScrap App. The app will help you find yards near you as well as prices for laptops. Be sure to keep your laptops and other e-waste separated from your other scrap metal to get the best pricing for laptops and other metals.
Prices for laptops can vary based on the weight so make sure you receive the right Laptops Scrap Prices from the scrap yards. See more Scrapping Videos here.