EG Metals (503) 693-8939
620 SW Wood Street
Hillsboro, OR 97123
Open: Monday-Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
For more information: EG Metals
Accepts: Aircraft instrumentation,
Aluminum, Amplifiers, receiver-transmitters, oscillators,
frequency control indicators, Auto starters & alternators, Batteries, Cable boxes (analog, digital and satellite), Calculators, Camcorder, CATV components
and scrap, CD’s & Floppies, Cell Phones
& Pager, Circuit Boards, Computers, Connectors (Cannon, Amp, etc.), Copier,
Copper & aluminum radiators, Copper Anodes,
DVD’s, Electric meters & gas meters, Electric motors, Fax Machines, Fluorescent
lights (tubes, compact bulbs and HIDs), Gyroscopes,
Hybrid Scrap, Insulated cable, wire harnesses, cable assemblies
(copper and aluminum), Integrated Circuits/ Semiconductors, Keyboards, Laptops, LCD Monitors, Mice, Modems, Naval Electronics, Plated Carrier
Strips, Plated Parts, Power transmission switchgear, Printed Circuit
boards, Projection equipment, Radar & sonar
equipment, Radio equipment, transponders, Relays, Scanners, Servers, Solder Dross,
Stereos & Speakers, Tape drives, Telecommunications
equipment (Central Office, PBX, Toll, carrier), Telephones, Televisions, Test equipment, oscilloscopes, meters,
digital analyzers, Thick/Thin film Materials/ Ceramic,
Tin Anodes, Typewriters, UPS systems, VCR’s
& DVD Players, Video Game Consoles, Waveguide
assemblies, Wires, Cables & Cords
Does Not Accept: Alkaline batteries, appliances, cardboard, corrugated metals, ferrous metals, glass, and paper.
Charges: CRT TVs $15, $5/Monitor, $5/Hard Drive/CPU Unit, Standard 4 ft fluorescent lights – Straight tubes are $.07/linear foot, compacts are $.50/each, HID’s $1.00/each, and shielded are $1.00/each
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This information was compiled from information provided by each agency or business and is updated periodically. Although local government staff has attempted to include as many Clark County recycling listings as possible, these resources should not be viewed as a comprehensive list. Due to space limitations, most businesses located outside of Clark County have not been included.