Circuit Board Recycling

Circuit boards found in your end-of-life electronic equipment may contain precious metals. Windfield Alloy purchases circuit boards from many of these old, non-working, or discarded devices and pays its customers for the precious metals recovered from them. Recovered precious metals may include gold, platinum, silver, or palladium. We regularly buy circuit boards found in computers, cell phones, telecommunications equipment, servers, and military equipment.

Sources of Precious Metals in Circuit Boards

  • Fingers
  • Connector Pins
  • IC Chips
  • Transistors
  • Processors
  • Traces

As the very backbone of virtually all electronic devices, circuit boards are a primary source of e-scrap in the United States.  Windfield is committed to extracting the maximum value from your circuit boards in an effort to benefit you in your attempt to minimize their environmental impact. We are able to recover up to 99% of the precious metals used to make the boards. All processes are performed at our facilities, further enabling us to pay competitive prices for your circuit boards as well as properly recycle your scrap.

Circuit boards come in an endless variety of shapes and sizes. Some high performance equipment can have a high precious metal content, especially boards from telecom equipment, servers, and military equipment. Older boards also usually have more precious metal content.

To get started, please contact us to provide us the details about your circuit boards for a price estimate and possible logistics arrangements.