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    Looking to buy GOLD MEMORY, PROCESSORS, and VARIOUS eSCRAP COMMODITIES

    Dynamic Recycling has opened a new location here in Nashville, TN. We are actively looking to expand our business by purchasing a wide variety of eScrap commodities.

    We are aggressively purchasing the following items (all prices are "delivered" to Nashville, TN):




    Gold Memory: $13.65/lb.

    Processors: Free Sort/Settle
    • Green Fiber – P3: $14.70/lb.
    • Green Fiber – P4 w/ Pins: $6.05/lb.
    • Green Fiber – P4 w/o Pins: $3.45/lb.
    • Black Fiber: $24.20/lb.
    • LGA (No Pins): $2.65/lb.
    • Pentium 1: $26.15/lb.
    • Pentium Pro: $53.15/lb.
    • 486-386: $82.65/lb.
    • Gold Top: $28.15/lb.
    • Gold Top and Bottom: $44.90/lb.
    • AMD w/ Alum Top: $20.15/lb.
    • AMD 486/DX4: $53.15/lb.
    • AMD Ceramic: $24.90/lb.
    • Intel i960/Motorola/LSI: $84.90/lb.
    • DLP Chips: $31.65/lb.
    • Gold IC Chips: $73.65/lb.
    • Slot CPU: $11.90/lb.
    • CPU’s w/ Heat Sinks: $10.05/lb.

    Cell Phones (w/o Battery) $3.90/lb.


    Incomplete Laptops w/ Good Screen (Missing 1-3 parts): $1.10/lb.
    Minimum Shipment Quantity of 500 lbs total.

    Please email us directly at csanders@dynamicrecycling.com for further pricing information, regarding other eScrap Commodities that we purchase.

    Thank you.
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    do you pre-pay via paypal

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    How about mother boards, mid grade, telecom boards and what are your payment terms.

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    Our payment terms are typically net 15. If you can email me at SalesSE@dynamicrecycling.com I can send you our pricing sheet for further information.
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    so if a load was delivered in person there is 15 day hold?

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    Minimum Shipment Quantity of 500 lbs total.
    I was VERY excited until I saw this...

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    If you can email me at SalesSE@dynamicrecycling I can discuss this in further detail.

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    Nobody here is going to save 500 lbs of processors. I go through 2000 computers a month and can come up with about 12-14 lbs of processors in that time. And frankly unless your company sent me a truck I wouldn't waste my time with motherboards either. We would want to see prices on specifics like telecom, high grade motherboards including laptop boards, finger cards...things that are actually worth the 50-85 cent a pound hit to ship. The other thing is...slot processors are great, best yet I've seen...but NOBODY here even the buyers is going to have 500lbs or even 50 lbs for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armygreywolf View Post
    Nobody here is going to save 500 lbs of processors. I go through 2000 computers a month and can come up with about 12-14 lbs of processors in that time. And frankly unless your company sent me a truck I wouldn't waste my time with motherboards either. We would want to see prices on specifics like telecom, high grade motherboards including laptop boards, finger cards...things that are actually worth the 50-85 cent a pound hit to ship. The other thing is...slot processors are great, best yet I've seen...but NOBODY here even the buyers is going to have 500lbs or even 50 lbs for you.
    It can be done LOL.......Personally I don't wanna look at this crap any longer than I have to(cash takes up less space)...........I personally would rather have the cash in my pocket than a large quantity of processors.......To each his own I just was interested because Nashville is really not to far away from me (several hours).......Where is your facility located in Nashville........I dealt with one ewaste place there once or twice when I first started getting into ewaste but moved away........They also did not seem very interested in (small) amount so I kinda wrote them off.........

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    Also do you sell any re-usable equipment??......like desktops might be interested in some dual core or better units since your not to far away??

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    If you can email me directly I will go into further detail about our pricing, payment terms that we are flexible with, and what we buy and sell. We are a large company that is growing so we don't accept any weight less than 500 lbs total. You don't have to have 500 lbs of each. It also must be on pallets.

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    Yes, that is our website.
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    cool, looks like your buying plastic, wish someone here would start messing with it

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeinreco View Post
    cool, looks like your buying plastic, wish someone here would start messing with it
    34,000lb. Minimum

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    my question is this.........Is it worth the real estate to save 34,000 lbs of plastic..........If you did the math would it cost more to store that much plastic than it would be worth???????.......Very interesting questions good luck to all

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeinreco View Post
    my question is this.........Is it worth the real estate to save 34,000 lbs of plastic..........If you did the math would it cost more to store that much plastic than it would be worth???????.......Very interesting questions good luck to all
    Very good question indeed...

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    You'd need a baler. And most likely, they want it baled anyway.

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    I'd probably go for chipping or granulating over baling... I can't imagine baling that much material anyways, it would take forever smashing, filling it with maybe ten monitor shells and smashing again...chip it and be done.

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    Plastic has value that is much higher than what we are paid for it. So yes, it is worth it to store that much. There is a huge disconnect when it comes to plastic recycling and e scrap for some reason.

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