Both are non default blueprints, so you’ll have to find or research them prior to starting your new career in mining. Survey charges help you determine a good place to put a quarry.
Looking like a dark bean can grenade, charges are dropped on the ground and explode a sampling of the available resources under that section of ground (don’t worry, they don’t deal any explosive damage). If the area is rich in resources, you’ll see 10 or so stones and sacks pop out of the ground.
Put low grade fuel in these barrels (doesn't matter which one, they both have the same inventory). Protecting your quarry is a bit tricky, you can’t simply place a wall directly around it.
I’m not saying it's impossible to wall a quarry in, however, given the build block radius, it might be cost prohibitive. Also, you could stand on the top of the quarry (where you start the engine) to try and guard it, but that leaves you very exposed from all angles, so I wouldn’t recommend it.
It’ll take a ton of whacks or 9 C4 to destroy one of these bad boys. If your quarry gets destroyed, the loot from the fuel barrels and the hopper will spew on the ground.
You cannot put code locks on the hopper or any other part of the quarry Ladders cannot be placed on or near the quarries Building blocked by cupboards will prevent placement You can place them in water but not in rad towns Due to this fact, and since there is a finite collection of recyclers, players must be strategic with their farming and also be able to defend it.
With our RUST Recycler Guide, we will shed light on the deeper game mechanics surrounding the recycler, why they are so important to a successful start to the wipe, and how to find them on the game map. Not all items can recycle, or break down into other components and will be left untouched in the input hopper.
When running the recycler, it does take some time for the device to break down items into their components. If the player has added stacks of items, it will take that many times longer to process.
Other players will likely be drawn to your location due to the audible sound of the recycler running and the promise of free loot. Knowing this fact, players should take precautions to keep themselves out of view while waiting on the recycler to do its thing by hiding, closing doors, etc.
Knowing where to find recyclers is a big part of resource farming in RUST. Recyclers are important for farming resources quickly in the early game when every minute counts.
Building up a secure starter base and learning blueprints is a costly endeavor in terms of resources, time, and scrap, which is why knowing where to find recyclers can help players maximize the results of their farming efforts. Some items that will be gained from boxes and barrels in roadside junk piles will break down into additional scrap.
As a player on a farm run, you will encounter more diversity of loot than you have available inventory spaces. Stackable items are able to be inserted as well and will only take up a single slot inside the recycler.
The recycler will slowly start churning out resources over time, much like a furnace or refinery. Recycled components will appear in a specially reserved output space that can contain up to 6 different item stacks.
Keep in mind that should you leave the recycler unattended with items inside, other players can run up to it and take them. We’ve created a listing of maps of these monuments with highlighted locations to make the recyclers easier for you to find.
MonumentRecycler Abandoned CabinsNoAbandoned SupermarketYesAirfieldYesBandit CampYesGiant ExcavatorYesLarge HarborYesSmall HarborYesJunkyardYesLarge Fishing VillageNoLarge Oil RigNoLaunch SiteYesLight HouseYesMilitary TunnelsYesMining OutpostYesOil DomeNoOutpostYesOxum’s Gas StationYesPower PlantYesSatellite DishYesSewer BranchYesSmall Fishing Village 1NoSmall Fishing Village 2NoSmall Oil RigNoTrain YardYesWater Treatment Plants Recycler Locations recycler is easily accessible on the backside of the supermarket. Follow the outside of the building until you’ve reached a chain-link fence attached to the back wall.
The second recycler can be found in the large building opposite the tarmac from the hangars. When facing the building, head to the left side and you’ll come upon the large doors of a garage.
The yard of the shipping building is mostly enclosed by chain link fence and crumbling stone walls with plenty of spaces for hopping over. The recycler will be to the left of the lift along the wall next to a large pile of spare tires.
To get up to the office, locate the chain link fence that connects to the crane and extends over to the container of a partially sunken trunk. The recycler will be located along the stone wall opposite the lighthouse tower.
For more details on navigating this monument, see our RUST military tunnel guide. Another recycler can be found inside the large, central puzzle building in the middle of the monument.
There is a concrete wall that wraps around to provide a bit of cover, and the recycler can be found inside this semi-enclosure. Find the manhole entrance in the center of the monument, next to the par-cor jump puzzle.
Once you’ve unlocked this door, follow the tunnel until you enter a sewer main room that appears to be inhabited. The recycler is inside the tower that has lost the metal plating on its dish.
If you come across a research table instead, you’ve picked the wrong tower and need to run over to the other. RUST Train Yard Recycler LocationS tarting at the water tower, follow the pipes that lead to a red warehouse building.
RUST Water Treatment Plant Recycler Location water treatment recycler can be found on the top floor of the long warehouse building seen at the bottom left of the screenshot above. Use the table below to prioritize the best loot to keep in terms of scrap when breaking barrels and boxes.
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Note: Availability of some products may be limited at any given time. All descriptions are the opinion of one party and are approximations.
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