The advance of the electronic technologies reduced the life of electronic equipment, as a result, it increased the generation of waste from electrical and electronic equipment. Various methods such as physical and chemical process have been attempted to recover metals from electronic wastes (e-waste). In this study, the e-waste sample was investigated to obtain valuable metals including Au, Ag, Cu, and Fe using physical and chemical methods. In the physical process, size and magnetic separation were performed and then each particle fraction weight and composition were measured. In the chemical process, a two-step process was performed for selective metal recovery. The acid solutions (HNO3, HCl, H2SO4) were used for recovery of base metal as a first leaching process and second leaching (thiourea) process was performed for selective precious metals (Au, Ag) recovery. All experiment was conducted with a variation of time and temperature.