Steven Kershaw wrote:
Jean, Having had a lab for a couple decades we were "required" to remove all silver from our chemistry before it went down the drain. Within a year of opening every dentist in town was brining me there fixer.
If you've a photo lab nearby I suspect they will have a silver recovery system. Now here is why they want it... I just turned in my very last recovery cartridge. It contained some 25 troy ounces of silver and netted me a check for $418.33. Silver as of that date was getting a shade over $18.00 a troy ounce. I suspect they would gladly take it off your hands...
Around here, the last photo lab went out of business a few months ago. The best one quit first, then the second best. Third-best was a 1-hour lab, now gone too.
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