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    Accurate Recycling, We buy what scrap yards don't | Rare-Earth, Refractory & Precious



    Accurate Recycling, Inc.
    4710 South 150 West St
    Murray, Utah 84107
    United States

    Tel: (801) 262 5552
    Fax: (801) 262 5050



    We buy contaminated metals, powders, sludge & more that the scrap yards don't want!




    Accurate Recycling is a metal recycling, processing and refining company based just outside of Salt Lake City, Utah

    Here at Accurate Recycling we specialize in the hard and impossible to refine materials that your scrap yard doesn't want.



    We buy all exotic (Rare-Earth / Refractory) and precious metals that are contaminated with anything and everything.

    So if you have Tungsten sludge contaminated with steel we will buy it, if you have steel turnings contaminated with copper we will buy it.
    If you have anything you know is worth money but your scrap yard wont take it we will buy it.

    Metals we specialize in include the following.

    • Cobalt
    • Gold
    • Iridium
    • Molybdenum
    • Nickel
    • Niobium
    • Platinum
    • Rhenium
    • Rhodium
    • Silver
    • Tantalum
    • Tin
    • Tungsten

    And in ANY form, some including the following

    • Solids
    • Chips
    • Turnings
    • Sludge
    • Slag
    • Powder
    • Floor Sweeps
    • And even Liquids and Solutions





    Scrap Metal Forums Members Special

    Mention this ad and get free worldwide pickup / shipping no questions asked.



    NOTE: After receiving many phone calls from members of this site I would like to let you all know that we do *not* buy general scrap metals or e-Scrap. I apologize for the confusion.
    Last edited by JosephLeo; 02-15-2013 at 01:08 PM. Reason: Numerous phone calls.

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    Sure would be nice to see a list of some prices you offer. I have a lot of nickel plated hard drive magnets/back plates that are to small to sell on ebay about 60-80lbs.

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    catalytic converter honeycomb? i have about 600 pounds of extracted ceramic honeycomb. And about 100 pounds of foil out of foil converters.

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    awesome you want monitors and will pay for the shipping where do I sign up and how much are you paying?

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    yeah some more info would be nice

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    I want to know 2!!!! hell I can easily have you a few truck loads of monitors!

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    I googled the company name and address, scrolled down until a link that seemed to be their website, it says there the page has been temporarily disabled?

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    I just talked to the sec/bookeeper at this company if what they say in their ad here is factual they will be a great new addition to the forum.

    I was curious about the reactions of lack there of to me and other members of the forum. here is what I surmise from my phone conversation.

    the scrap forum is a new approach for them and they may not have been prepared for the reaction from a forum 11,000+ strong and were caught off guard.

    I left a phone # and will wait for a response hope it is quick and a good one for the benefit of us all.

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    JosephLeo spoke with your senior partner this afternoon, interesting chap. looking forward to doing business with you gents over at Accurate Recycling Inc. real soon.

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    The Internet is a wonderful tool JosephLeo it has much in common with telemarketers working from sweat rooms taking orders and credit card numbers for goods they'll never lay hands on.

    In your case you have made claim to your company being a refiner which it is not according to a man I regard as an authority on refining precious metals, he actually owns a refinery. Say’s your Company is merely a Broker, this may work well for some members but is contradictory to what in in your opening claim in this thread and that of what your father indicated to me over the telephone.

    Quote Originally Posted by JosephLeo View Post
    Accurate Recycling is a metal recycling, processing and refining company based just outside of Salt Lake City, Utah
    My point being that if you fib once will you fib twice, from what I have learned I will not be doing business with your firm.

    You see those of us that plan of having our catalytic converters toll refined expect to be at the refinery in person or have a representative present at the refinery to protect our interests.

    Operating a few copper parting cells does not qualify you as a refiner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by olddude View Post
    I just talked to the sec/bookeeper at this company if what they say in their ad here is factual they will be a great new addition to the forum.

    I was curious about the reactions of lack there of to me and other members of the forum. here is what I surmise from my phone conversation.

    the scrap forum is a new approach for them and they may not have been prepared for the reaction from a forum 11,000+ strong and were caught off guard.

    I left a phone # and will wait for a response hope it is quick and a good one for the benefit of us all.
    No doubt that Accurate Recycling is a well connected company, I'm sure that they're services will benefit some of our forum members.

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    m still waiting for a return phone call from this co. my value stock in this co is dropping by the hour, but am still hopeful. I don't care that they are not a refiner, I do care that they infered they were strike one, im still looking for a place to sell my rare metal.

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    Often i will use google street view to check out the validity of someone posing on the Internet. Nine times out of ten the guy lives in an apartment complex.

    Smart people get a high profile address, even if it's only a mail drop at your lawyers place of business - like wall street.

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    hi,what is the price on hardrive magnets,ed.

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    Just a minor update, our eScrap program has been removed and dismantled. There is far too much competition in the market and we're sticking to our primary markets instead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JosephLeo View Post
    Just a minor update, our eScrap program has been removed and dismantled. There is far too much competition in the market and we're sticking to our primary markets instead.
    what about the scrap we havent found a buyer for yet, like the hard drive magnets?

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    I got a sample of these magnets from one of the members here on the forum and these are just something we currently can not do. If I were to actually process them I would have to melt them to get the magnetic material separated from the non-valuable metal and then dissect them in our refining equipment. So as of right now they're not at all valuable to us until we figure out the proper way to recycle these in an eco and energy friendly manner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JosephLeo View Post
    I got a sample of these magnets from one of the members here on the forum and these are just something we currently can not do. If I were to actually process them I would have to melt them to get the magnetic material separated from the non-valuable metal and then dissect them in our refining equipment. So as of right now they're not at all valuable to us until we figure out the proper way to recycle these in an eco and energy friendly manner.
    I think I sent them to you The magnetic material actualy comes off real easy with the wack of a chisel. Is there any value in the rest of the metal that is nickel plated?

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    Isw the whole bracket nickel plated or just the magnet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PartTimeScrapper View Post
    I think I sent them to you The magnetic material actualy comes off real easy with the wack of a chisel. Is there any value in the rest of the metal that is nickel plated?
    I'm not sure if I thanked you for the sample, so again thanks.

    Honestly, I didn't think of giving them a whack with a chisel and hammer. I had my guys bust a couple and it works like a charm.

    I might reconsider our position on these magnets since they seem easy enough to process even in bulk lots of 1000s of pounds.

    I'll keep you guys informed.

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