E-Waste Recycling Services

    A Leader in Electronics Recycling and E-Waste Disposal

    In this photo taken on July 13, 2018, a worker handles components of electronic elements at the Out Of Use company warehouse in Beringen, Belgium. Out Of Use dismantles computer, office and other equipment and recuperates an average of around 90 percent of the raw materials from electronic waste. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)

    Recycling of electronics and IT equipment is an essential part of an oragnization’s waste management strategy. If you are looking for a safe and secure way of electronics recycling, then you should consider our proven services. We specialize in ethical disposal and reprocessing of used and obsolete electronics and computer equipment. We can help accomplish legal and conservation goals as a responsible entity.

    Where Does E-waste Go?

    Definitely not to a landfill! Believe it or not, anything from memory and processors to hard drives and circuit boards retain much of their value in gold. The scrap parts are put through the shredder and parted for gold using high power magnets. The non-waste products are rendered non-toxic and properly disposed of. Our electronic recycling service centers have the appropriate EPA licenses for disposing of your e-waste in a socially responsible manner.

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    Image Courtesy of BLM Magnets
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    Social Responsibility

    E-waste holds numerous pollutants that must be controlled. In fact, some electronic parts must not be open to the elements due to the chance of runoff contaminating soil or ground water. Air emissions from melting of precious metals are controlled by filters and smoke stacks that are high enough to emit into the upper atmosphere, avoiding the contamination of our breathable air.

    Putting Your Business First

    Responsible electronics recycling is the core of our business, and that is why we strive hard to ensure that all technology and IT equipment received by us is recycled and reused appropriately. In some cases, where recycling is not feasible, we ensure that information sensitive equipment is disposed of safely and securely. Depending on the value of your assets that you are disposing of, there might be minimal or zero cost for disposal of less valuable assets. A complete audit trail to all of our clients to ensure data security.

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    The Dirty Facts About E-waste

    0 %
    of all e-waste is recycled currently.
    0 M
    tons of e-waste was treated by recyclers of the 41.8 million tons generated in 2014.
    0 %
    of e-waste is expected to increase in landfills annually.

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