In today’s world printed circuits are an international business which is subject to increasing regulatory controls on the export of their products, services and technical data as well as their sales activities in foreign jurisdictions. 

ITAR compliance is rapidly becoming the rule rather than a choice.

Listed below are some of the most common materials being recycled

ITAR stands for International Traffic in Arms Regulations. ITAR applies to all US companies that export products and services that fall on the United States Munitions List (USML). The USML is a list of defense-related items that require licensing by the US State Department's Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) before these items can be exported.The standards and regulations of ITAR can be somewhat confusing when it comes to printed circuit recyclable materials. Although there are processors and refiners in the United States cost considerations and industry loadings results in a significant amount of items that are shipped to other countries. Direct Recycling selects processors that will give their customers the highest return for their recyclable materials while at the same time complying to all local and federal regulations.

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