You would be amazed how many organizations work in industries where scrap is worth something. Carbide scrap prices, for example, can be sold after use for quite a pretty penny. In order to sell carbide scrap to potential scrap carbide buyers, you will need to find a resource that will get you in touch with a person who is willing to pay for your scrap. Once you get in touch with a resource that will help you sell carbide, you can count on that resource to get you in touch with buyers who are willing to pay for your material at a price that is fair.
Resources that sell scrap carbide are easy to come by if you know somebody that works in this industry. Selling tungsten carbide scrap in particular can be a simple task. The buyers that are interested in tungsten carbide scrap are a pretty specific market. Any time a company is trying to sell goods to a niche market, the best way to make a lot of sales is to let that niche market know how much of a supply you have. Niche buyers are typically subject to a unique type of supply and demand. The demand for tungsten carbide scrap that fellow contractors, engineering firms, industrial companies and more will be much higher than that of the general public. Since public demand for tungsten carbide scrap is pretty low, the supply is harder to connect with the consumer.
Resources that help connect the supplied with the demand of tungsten carbide scrap are considered brokers. Brokers of tungsten carbide scrap may be a person that you know who just so happens to be in touch with someone interested in your scrap. This is an informal broker, but it is still an important business relationship to develop if you work with tungsten carbide. You may also be able to find a formal broker, but bear in mind that most of the formal brokers of tungsten carbide scrap will take a fee for their services of connecting you with someone interested in paying for your scrap.
The logistics of selling any type of scrap are also pretty unique. You will need to work out in advance how you will manage the delivery of your scrap, as well as how to verify the condition of your scrap so that a buyer knows it is still usable even though it is considered scrap.