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Albuquerque X-Ray film recycling program
Our x-ray film recycling program includes:
We are registered with the EPA (US Environmental Protection Agency) as a silver recovery facility.
We can provide you with references of people we are providing X-ray film recycling services in Albuquerque or anywhere else you need in New Mexico.
If you would like to schedule a pick-up for recycling your x-ray film in Albuquerque or any other city in New Mexico please fill out our schedule pick-up form here or simply call us at 877-217-7020.
If you need a quote for recycling your x-ray film or you would like more information about our x-ray silver recovery program you can do one or more of the following 3 options:
Please note that we offer free pick-up for films over 50 lbs in total.
If you have less than 50 lbs which is considered a very small amount of x-ray film, a pick-up fee will be applied, please note that x-ray films are very heavy and might appear lighter than it really is, that is why it is very important to look at our easy film weight calculator in order to estimate how many lbs of films you have, you might be surprised.
In the event you have a small amount of x ray film (less than 50 lbs), a pick-up fee of $45.00 will be added, we will deduct the pick-up fee (if applicable) from the actual total films value.
We do not charge a pick-up fee if you have more than 50lbs of x-rays.
If you would like to schedule a pick-up, please fill out this form.
Please note that we do not buy mounted dental x-ray film in jackets, we do buy these type of film out of jackets as all other x-rays.
We buy medical, lithographic, NDT industrial film for recycling and all types of other radiology film, please click here for a full list of xray types we buy.
List of of the main cities we serve New Mexico: Las Cruces, Santa Fe, Rio Rancho, Rosewell, Farmington, South Valley, Alamogordo, Covis, Hobbs
Francisco Vasquez de Coronado, a Spanish explorer searching for gold, traveled the region that became New Mexico in 1540–1542. In 1598 the first Spanish settlement was established on the Rio Grande River by Juan de Onate; in 1610 Santa Fe was founded and made the capital of New Mexico.
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