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Printers and fax machines can usually be recycled at yards that accept e-waste. Although your best bet is to take them apart and take the metal and circuit boards out because they are mostly plastic, you can scrap them as full pieces and still earn a few dollars with the Printers/Fax Machines Scrap Prices. If you have Printers/Fax Machines for scrap, ask your local scrap yard if they accept them.
Some scrap yards may pay you scrap price for them, but don’t be surprised if they offer to just recycle it for you. There is so much plastic in the units that it isn’t worth the money for them to pay you for it. You can take the components out from inside and separate them with your other e-scrap materials. Prices for fax machines and printers have many different factors involved.
If you are working on scrapping old office equipment make sure you look out for some of these items as well:
Use the iScrap App to find a scrap metal yard near you accepting printers/fax machines. When you find a yard to go to, you can then check their printers/fax machine prices. See more Scrapping Videos here.
45655 Woodland Road Sterling, Virginia 20166View scrap yard
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410 16th Ave Ranson, West Virginia 25438View scrap yard
5215 Holland Drive Beltsville, Maryland 20705View scrap yard
5832 Kirby Road Clinton, Maryland 20735View scrap yard
2 Henry Ford Circle Waldorf, Maryland 20602View scrap yard
351 Station Rd. Berryville, Virginia 22611View scrap yard
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