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Scrapping computers can be worth you time if you separate the materials the right way. Taking out the computer wire scrap can make you more money, but be sure to get the latest scrap metal prices from your local scrap yard. Scrap computer wire prices can change daily so be sure to get the current price from your scrap yard. The computer wire from the desktop computers and power supplies can make you more money, all depending if you look around for the right price of computer wire and the current Computer Wire Scrap Prices.
Computer Wire can accumulate quickly if you are taking apart a lot of computers. There are various sizes and types of Computer Wire that you can take out of a computer so be sure to keep it all together. If you are scrapping computer wire in larger loads, be sure to contact the local scrap yard and arrange to have a scrap metal pick up or container drop off for you materials and scrap computer wire. Be sure to separate the materials you can make the most money and get the best price of computer wire. Start scrapping smarter and better with the iScrap App and get the best computer wire prices. See more Scrapping Videos here.
There are many wires that can bring electric to your computer or connect your computer to the internet or a network. These different wire do not have the same copper recovery and because of that you have to be aware of this before you mix them all together.
Here are some of the names of the computer wires that you can look out for:
One type of wire that you do not want to have is fiber optic wiring. These wires will not container any copper and if you have them mixed together with your copper wire you will get a large deduction.
|Large Foreign Cat||$312/each|
|Large GM Cat||$281/each|
|Small Foreign Cat||$163/each|
|Small GM Cat||$162/each|
|Regular Domestic Cat||$119/each|
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