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Best way to recycle scrap gold?

atari2600a (1892574) writes | more than 3 years ago

The Almighty Buck 2

atari2600a (1892574) writes "I'm your run of the mill college student with a lifetime's experience in microcomputer repair & maintenance. As you'd expect, I come across a lot of old machines I either pick up off the curb or end up being donated. When I recycle these machines, I throw all the cables into my copper bin & all of the case into my steel bin, but as there's no non-drop-off recycling centers in my area, I'm always left with the drives, boards &, more importantly, CPU's with precious precious scrap gold. As I said, I can't simply drop these off at a local computer recycling center for a profit, so are there any ways I can sell all this gold to buy more delicious cake?"

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I know what to do! (1)

Mikkeles (698461) | more than 3 years ago | (#33459218)

Send it to me and I'll happily deal with it!

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