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Scrap gold from electronics

Scrap gold from electronics found in numerous places on ; 1)Mobile phones : PCB, 2)PC Motherboard: IDE connectors, PCI Express slot, PCI, AGP, ISA, and other ports, jumper pins, the processor socket, and DIMM (SIMM on older motherboards) slots 3)Computer parts : Harddisk,CPU processor.All of these connectors are often covered with a fine layer of gold a few microns thick, deposited by flashing or plating.Gold plays an increasingly important role in industrial applications, particularly in electronics, despite its larger use in jewellery and investment products. As the annual statistics show (Gold Survey 2010, GFMS Ltd, London), some 300 Ton or more of gold are used annually in electronic components such as ICs,contacts and circuitry, the latter notably as gold bonding wire.

At the end of their use, electronic and other electrical product scrap offer an important recycling potential for the secondary supply of gold into the market. With gold concentrations reaching 300-350 g/t for mobile phone handsets and 200-250 g/t for computer circuit boards, this scrap is an ‘urban mine’ that is significantly richer in gold than the sources of the primary ores today. 'Urban Mine or Urban Mining' so people call it, this is a business about recycling precious metals gold and silver from electronic waste/e-waste,...and GOLD and SILVER results obtained so amazing, kilograms of gold and silver produced from electronic waste such as computers, cellular phones, SIM Card .. Etc.

In Japan,Eco-System.Co produce gold bars weighing 199.58 - 299.37 KG per month with a value of money earned between U.S. $ 5.9 million - U.S. $ 8.8 Million Dollars from e-waste recycle. This amount is certainly not with silver is also produced.