People are constantly trying to figure out how they can earn extra money with the least amount of effort possible but they don’t seem to realize they are throwing money away every day, and that money adds up. Have you checked out scrap metal prices lately? Well if you had you would realize just where you can make some extra money with minimal effort and the upside is you will be helping the environment as well. Aluminum cans are generally what people think of when they think scrap metal but with the amount of electrical technology we have around us copper and silver offer a lot more money and are just as readily available.
Most of us routinely throw away or discard electronics when they break and see numerous items others have thrown away or are selling extremely cheap at yard sales. All of those items have one thing in common; they are a scrap metal dream. Copper, silver and other materials are used extensively in electronics and it only takes a small amount of time to strip these metals from the electronic components and the money earned from this scrap adds up quickly. Sure, it will involve a little bit of time but it’s basically free money right there for the taking.
What do you usually do with the change in your pockets at the end of the day? Most people separate the quarters and throw the rest of the change in a jar and save it up to turn it back in for large bills at a latter date. If you think about it getting the scrap metal from electronics works in the same way. Pull the scrap out and throw it in a jar or box and when you have collected enough turn it in and get paid. Little time and effort for a very nice payday!