By selling your dental scrap to us, you can not only make some extra money – but also frees up valuable space in your office; plus, you can feel good about doing your part for the environment by recycling these materials with a company that has environmental conservation as a core mandate of our operating principles instead of other companies be unethically disposed for the sake of profit of causing unreversible environmental damage.

Improper disposal of dental gold and other dental scrap can have a range of environmental effects, including:

Soil and water contamination: Dental scrap may contain hazardous materials such as mercury, lead, and other metals that can leach into the soil and water. This can lead to contamination of the environment, posing a risk to human health and wildlife.

Air pollution: When dental scrap is burned, it can release toxic fumes into the air, which can be harmful to human health and contribute to air pollution.

Resource depletion: Gold and other metals found in dental scrap are finite resources, and improper disposal can result in the waste of these valuable materials that could be reused or recycled.

Energy consumption: Improper disposal of dental scrap can require more energy to extract new metals from the earth, contributing to greenhouse gas emissions and other environmental impacts associated with energy production.

To mitigate these environmental effects, it’s important to dispose of dental scrap properly by using a licensed recycler who can recover and recycle the metals in a safe and environmentally responsible manner. This helps reduce waste, conserve resources, and minimize the environmental impact of dental scrap.