Electronic Scrap / Waste Testing of Silver, Gold, Palladium and Copper (Ag, Au, Pd, Cu)


Electronic Scrap / Waste Testing of Silver, Gold, Palladium and Copper (Ag, Au, Pd, Cu)

Precious metals like palladium and gold, are used in almost all electronic devices for their strong electrical connectivity.  Therefore, these precious metals are found in old computers, televisions, cellular phones, circuit boards, semiconductors, and many other electronic units.

Our electronic scrap / waste testing methods can be used to determine your e-waste’s value for refineries, scrap vendors and collectors.  We also regularly perform umpire analyses between refiners and suppliers, as well as between refiners and other refiners of precious metals.

Our precious metal services include precious metal testing and inspection, catalyst analysis, gold analysis, platinum analysis, silver analysis, and palladium analysis, and high precision assaying.

At Ledoux & Co., our full-service laboratory follows the strictest guidelines, procedures and quality control measures to maintain accuracy and precision.  We document, review and repeatedly meet high standards necessary to maintain our ISO 17025 accreditation. This includes the use of proper standards traceable to the National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST). We use only the most trusted methods to assay a wide variety of automotive and petrochemical catalysts, as well as precious metals and base metals, in all types of materials. Our assay results are commercial grade and used for umpires, control purposes and financial exchanges.

Check out our EScrap Blog to learn how to get the most value for your electronic scrap material.

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