X-ray film recycling in Riverside, CA.
We recycle x-ray film for silver, we pick-up your x-rays for free anywhere in California.
We pay for the x-rays by the Lb and provide you with a HIPAA compliant certificate of destruction for the x-rays we pick-up, our x-ray silver recovery process is 100% eco-friendly and we are registered with the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency).
Please note that we require a minimum of 50 lbs of x-rays for a free
pick-up, FYI: 50 lbs of film is not as high as it may sound and it equals to a little bit
over 1ft of x-ray stack.
If you have less than 50 lbs of x-ray film in Riverside or anywhere in Riverside please click here for information for smaller quantities.
We can provide you with references of people we work with in Riverside or Riverside county, or anywhere else you are located in CA.
Riverside x-ray recycling, how does it work
If you would like to schedule a pick-up for your x-rays to be picked-up for recycling please fill out our schedule pick-up form or feel free to call us @ 877-217-7020 and one of us will be able to help you with any question you might have about our x-ray disposal program.
You can also visit our frequently asked question page which is updated occasionally:
Please note that we buy all types of x-ray film for silver recovery:
Please note that we do not buy mounted dental x-ray film in the jackets, we do buy these type of film after its removed from the jackets as all other x-rays.
Pick-up fee for x-ray film recycling in Riverside, CA
If you have less than of x-ray film we can still pick-up your x-ray film and recycle it, there will be a one time fee of $40 which will include a free pick-up and recycling of the x-rays film.
The pick-up fee of $40 is for pick-up of x-rays in Riverside and also the same for the entire Riverside County only.
If you would like to schedule the pick-up for the pick-up fee, please contact us.
Other cities we pick-up x-ray films in California:
Garden Grove, Petaluma, Porterville, Rancho Cordova, Rancho Santa Margarita, Redwood City, San Jacinto, San Luis Obispo, San Mateo, city of San Rafael, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Vallejo, Watsonville, Daly City, Napa, Novato, Sunnyvale, Santa Clarita, Rohnert Park, El Centro, Merced, Mission Viejo, Monrovia,
If you need to know what California's law say about disposing of X-ray film. Click here to check the CA retention period state law.
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