Circuit Board Buyers in New Jersey

Posted: July 8, 2015


Buying Circuit Boards in New Jersey – Rockaway, NJ

Rockaway Recycling looks to buy any and all types or quantities of circuit boards in the New Jersey area. Our team has been one of the leading circuit board buyers in New Jersey since the beginning of the 1980’s and our knowledge on how to buy circuit boards will help you to maximize your profits.

scrap hard drive board

E-Scrap Recycling Prices

If you are looking for general scrap prices Rockaway Recycling is currently paying at our scales, you can see them below. Also be sure to check our current e-scrap prices here.

(Last Modified: December 9th, 2019, 7:25 am)
Metal/MaterialCurrent Price
$1.15/lb
$0.55/lb
Memory Chips $5.50-$7.50/lb
CPU Processor Chips $3.00-$25/lb
Whole Computer Towers w/HD $0.12/lb
Laptops $0.50/lb
Power Supplies (w/ wires) $0.12/lb
Harddrives w/Board $0.40/lb
Servers $0.18-$0.31/lb
Computer $0.23/lb

Current Scrap Metal Prices at Rockaway Recycling

Recycling circuit boards is not easy but you can check out our YouTube Page and always feel free to call us at 1.800.317.JUNK (5865) and we will be able to get you in touch with someone to explain them all to you.

Circuit boards are not easy to figure out, but when you have computer servers, cabinets, towers or any other type of electronic ask the team at Rockaway Recycling and we will help you figure out what you have along with prices for the scrap circuit boards you want to sell.

Whether you have pinless boards, computer boards, server boards, back panels, or sound cards we want to be abel to buy the material from you at the right price and the right category.

Have Questions? Ask Us Below & We’ll Get Back To You

Whether you have pinless boards, computer boards, server boards, back panels, or sound cards we want to be able to buy the material from you at the right price and the right category.

Call us at: 973-625-9560

We have been doing all types of other electronic scrap recycling and we buy many materials including:

Power Supplies Memory (Gold/Silver Tipped) CPU Chips Low Grade Boards
Hard Drives Hard Drive Boards Lithium Ion Batteries A123 Batteries
Smart Phones Laptops Computer Towers Motherboards

With so many different types of computer equipment out there and so many new circuit boards it is tough to figure out what material is what and what your circuit boards are worth.

We Can Help Identify Your Circuit Boards

Circuit boards contain all different types of metals like copper, gold, brass, aluminum, silver, and more. With so many different types of metals on the circuit boards you always want to make sure to ask us about what you have so one of the team members at Rockaway Recycling will be able to get you not only accurate pricing but also a great understanding on what you want to look for.

There are many types of circuit boards from telecom to server boards, and those are just the beginning of the list. With so many metals being used so sparingly in circuit boards the value of the newer circuit boards has really decreased since the beginning of 2000 and it will continue to go down as the years move on. The circuit boards are difficult to learn sometimes and there are sudden differences to help you figure out what is what. The color of the actual board whether it be green or blue will help determine where it was made and how much that it may be worth. How many pins or chips that are on it will also help determine pricing.

Circuit Boards & Chips Matter To Us

The chips that get soldered to the board are a big indicator as to what type of pricing that you are going to get. The ceramic pins are going to help make the circuit boards worth more money then most of the plastic chips. You also have to look for the attachments that are on the boards from the aluminum heatsinks to the power supply wires that could be hanging off of them. The cleaner that the boards are….the better pricing that you are going to get.

One thing that you have to look out for is taking TOO much off of the boards. Having the chips removed from the boards that have already been soldered on is not a good thing. Those chips are where a large percentage of the value comes from.