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[GreenYes] Re: Circuit boards

Jerry is too modest to say but his company organizes the premier
conference to attend in this field.
The E-Scrap 2006 Conference would be useful to attend if you wish to
market your product in the U.S. It is held this October in Austin,
Texas. Businesses who may be interested in your technology likely will
attend and you can learn more about regulations there too. Go to to learn more about the
conference and the magazine you can subscribe to.

Good luck,
Anne Peters
Colorado, USA
303.494.4934 vox
303.494.4880 fax

Jerry Powell wrote:

> My firm publishes a periodical focusing on electronics recycling.
> Allow me to answer your questions.
> 1. Printed wiring board scrap is sought worldwide by smelter
> operators, such as Noranda, Boliden and Umicore. In addition, dozens
> of refiners also process circuit-board scrap to recover precious and
> base metals.
> 2. Specific computer parts, especially from high-end PCUs such as
> Pentium 3s and 4s, are purchased by firms in the U.S. and elsewhere
> (especially China). There's a sizable market for specific chips, hard
> drives, power supplies, cards, etc. from demanufactured units.
> 3. Our database includes about 950 U.S. and Canadian for-profit
> e-scrap reclaimers and about 500 charitable organizations involved in
> computer resale, refurbishing and recycling.
> Jerry Powell
> E-Scrap News
> PO Box 42270
> Portland, OR 97242-0270
> (503) 233-1305
> (503) 233-1356 fax
> jpowell@no.address <mailto:jpowell@no.address>
> >

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