How to Recover Gold from Computer Parts and other Electronic Scrap


We provide training for Gold, Silver, Palladium & Platinum Recovery from Electronic Scrap/E-waste and Catalytic Converters etc. through very easy and environment-friendly methods to those who want to start this profitable business both on small and big scale.








Our company Urooj International is in the business of extraction of Gold, Silver, Palladium, Platinum and base metals-Copper, Lead, Zinc, and Tin, etc. from all types of Electronic Waste since 1980.

The electronic Recycling industry has very rapidly grown over the years globally since the profit margin is huge. If you check out on the net, you will find countless buyers for e-waste, which is an evident proof of the growth and potential of E-Scrap Recycling trade. A great number of big scale recyclers are engaged in this industry worldwide.

Also, a great number of people all over the world are interested in learning How to Recover Gold & Silver from Computer Parts and other E-Scrap and to set up their own business either with little or big investment. In the year 2000, having fully observed the intensity of the people to come into this business, and taking into consideration the potential of Computer Scrap Recycling and other Electronic Waste, we decided to guide interested people to fulfill their dreams by providing them with Skills and perfect Knowledge to Recover Gold & Silver from scrapped Computer Parts and all other kinds of e-waste.

In India too, we have very large quantities of electronic scrap such as computer motherboards, sound cards, display cards, hard disks, microprocessors, keyboards, mobiles, TVs, DVDs, X-rays and other photographic waste, telephone exchange scrap etc. in every city. In 2015, 27 lac tons of e-waste was generated in India.

We offer consultancy to convert just any kind of E-Scrap into cash in an eco-friendly, economical and easy to learn manner based on extensive research work of many years. We also offer consultancy to those companies who are engaged in Research and Development work of low-cost eco-friendly machinery required in the extraction of precious metals from e-waste.