E-Waste Disposal and E-Waste Recycling
When you hear the term e-waste, we’re not talking about the trash folder in your email inbox. Electronics and circuit boards are in just about everything these days, and they need to be disposed of through the proper channels. While it’s not as easy as the click of a mouse, we’re here to guide the electronic waste disposal process and make sure you’re protected.
No matter what’s in your bin, we know what to do with it. We offer the most cost-effective e-waste disposal solutions, transport e-waste safely, and find new uses for materials, including recycling and converting waste into energy. Here are a few examples of electronics recycling capabilities we can offer your business.
Did you know that computers are capable of being recycled? Computers contain a variety of recyclable material, including glass, metal, and plastic. Because of this, they’re a valuable resource and should never be dumped into a landfill.
Old office equipment deserves better than the trash can. The next time you upgrade your office equipment, think about recycling instead. By recycling unwanted office items such as printers and fax machines, you can save resources and reduce the energy required for newly manufactured products.
TVs are a perfect example of waste to think twice about. As it turns out, most municipalities don’t allow TVs to be discarded into landfills so it’s important to be aware of the disposal opportunities and alternatives that exist.
You probably don’t think about valuable resources and saving energy when it comes to phones. As it turns out, phones are made from metals and plastics, making them a sought-after item when it comes to recycling.
Obsolete and unused electronics weren’t meant to collect dust. As it turns out, there’s a second life opportunity for consumer electronics such as stereos, VCRs, and digital clocks.
Depending on your business’s size, location and type of waste, you may be eligible for rebates. Electronic recyclable materials are commodities, so keep an eye on market value for potential revenue.
A recycling program helps ensure your business adheres to regulatory requirements and avoids waste-related fines. We monitor policies across the U.S. to guide recycling program design.
Doing what’s right for your community does more than just give you a warm fuzzy feeling. It also boosts your brand perception among consumers and stakeholders who care deeply about environmental issues.
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You’ve likely come to realize that there are a lot of misconceptions out there about trash and recycling.
Our customer application designed to give small businesses, in particular, easy access to understand their waste and collection costs.