Computer Electronic Recycling
At E-Recycle USA, we recognize the urgent needs of saving our environment. That is why every single one of our employees are committed and dedicated to help our customers properly and environmental friendly manage and recycle their retired computer electronic equipments in our EPA registered facilities with advanced technologies and applications under government guidelines.
We understand that every organization has different needs when dealing with its electronic waste. No matter if you are small home business, mid-to-large size corporations, non-profit organizations, government agencies, or educational organizations, E-Recycle USA will tailor our electronic waste management service to fit your special requirement for computer electronic recycling needs.
At E-recycle USA, our mission is to provide an easy, safe and secure computer electronic recycling solution to electronic waste; a solution that will be beneficial to all parties involved and that will help preserve our environment.
With a collective mindfulness towards the environment and the desire to promote the idea of good stewardship of the resources at our disposal, we at E-recycle USA have dedicated ourselves to finding the most efficient and eco friendly ways to recycling and re-market e-waste.
We process and recycle every component of the electronics that enter our facility, and in doing so we wish to set the standard for secure e-waste management with our program of e-waste made easy as well as our ability to handle all of the materials included in e-waste.
At no charge, we accept any amount of e-waste that you would normally have to pay a nominal fee to dispose of.
We also host neighborhood electronic computer recycling events where we set up booths for you to bring in your unwanted computer & electronic items.
E-Waste Made Easy
Three Simple & Easy E-Waste Steps
1. Give Us A Call
Call our Atlanta, Ga Recycling Center to schedule a pick up or delivery of your computer electronic recycling needs.
2. Evaluate Your Ewaste
Our staff will record all serial numbers, list all computer electronics items, evaluate re-market value, weigh waste value and determine total re-market and e waste value.
3. Receive Certificate of Destruction & Payment
Your business receives a certificate of destruction and payment for your computer electronics recycling E-waste materials within 14 business days.
Technology is quickly becoming the basis of the United States economy. With its lightening-fast evolution and new generations of product emerging at a constantly increasing rate,
We strive to remain environmentally conscious and adhere to safe and responsible recycling standards.
Contractual obligations, government regulations, identity theft threats, and other security concerns can impose stringent protocols for safeguarding private data. Rigorous efforts are often required
E-Recycle USA is EPA Registered to handle any of your electronic waste problems. EPA ID # GAR000044776
While some computer electronics equipment may have outlived its usefulness in your organization, there is a thriving secondary market where the life of functional surplus equipment can be extended
No Landfill Policy
E-Recycle USA has a zero landfill policy that we strictly adhere to.
Computer Electronic Recycling
Reduce - Reuse - Recycle
We Recycle Your Unwanted And Outdated Computers & Electronics
Secure Data Destruction & Disposal
Video Secure Degaussing & Shredding Destruction
Secure Data Destruction
ontractual obligations, government regulations, identity theft threats, and other security concerns can impose stringent protocols for safeguarding private data.
To protect yourself and your company from potential data loss, hard drives, prototype units, processors, chips and other sensitive storage media can be physically destroyed with our commercial components shredder. With E-Recycle USA data destruction services, you can be confident that the records, files, and programs which may still reside on surplus or outdated computer equipment will never be found on the secondary market, in the hands of thieves – or in the research labs of your competitors.
Do not settle for recycling services that simply “wipe” your components. Insist on complete and total destruction through an organization that will provide secure and efficient disposal of all your electronic & computer components and equipment.
Certificate Of Destruction
Hard drives and other components store valuable and confidential data. Electronic information is already covered by HIPAA and FACTA for businesses, but shredding
Let Us HelpE-Recycle USA is here to help you with any of your Data Destruction needs. Whether you need to get rid of old electronics or need secure Data Destruction we can help. Give us a call or complete the contact form below and we will be happy to answer any of your questions.
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E-Waste Recycling FAQs
Many of our E-waste customers are businesses, schools, government agencies or municipalities that aren’t aware of the benefits of recycling their outdated electronic (s) s and computer (s). Moreover, they don’t know where to go or who to turn to since their computers contain sensitive data and house personal information that can’t be shared or stolen.
We have compile a list of Frequently Asked Questions that will hopefully answer any of your computer electronic concerns.
What About Donating Our Electronic Assets?
Answer: Donation programs can work well if all involved parties understand the limits and liabilities associated with the transfer of equipment. Questions such as, ‘who will ensure that proprietary data is eliminated before the donation’ need to be answered prior to ownership transfer. The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1993, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and many others make all companies and organizational entities legally responsible for the protection of client privacy. Failure to effectively destroy all informational data prior to the transfer of ownership leaves an organization open to corporate liability. E-Recycle USA Data Destruction process helps eliminate the worry of such a risk.
What Items Are Considered Electronics?
Answer: Under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) issued by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): televisions, monitors, computers, computer peripherals, audio and stereo equipment, VCRs, DVD players, video cameras, telephones, facsimiles, copying machines, cellular phones, wireless devices and video game consoles are primary examples of electronics. Kitchen appliances and other household electronics can also be recycled.
E Recycle USA will accept practically anything with a plug from a computer to a electronic microwave
Why Should We Recycle?
Answer: Most businesses do not realize the impact of e-waste on the local and world environments; they simply view their obsolete electronics as trash. According to the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) 2009 statistics, 3.19 million tons of e-waste were generated, and this number continues to grow.1
These electronics contain materials such as antimony, arsenic, lead, and mercury that are unhealthy to us. It is surprisingly easy for these materials to ultimately end up in our bodies and cause major issues including lung damage, cancer, and seizures.
One color computer monitor alone contains 6 ½ pounds of lead and measurable amounts of cadmium, mercury and other toxic metals. At E-Recycle USA, every part of the electronic asset goes through recycling. Each electronic item is strategically and securely dismantled. All toxic elements are responsibly disposed of, and all remaining metals, plastics, glass and circuitry is processed domestically.
Why Prevent Electronics from Entering a Landfill?
Answer: Some electronic device components contain constituents that, if improperly handled, could be harmful to the environment and its inhabitants. E-waste that is not recycled ends up in the environment. Water is poisoned, air turns toxic, soil becomes dead, and wildlife and plant life suffer. Certain components of electronics contain measurable amounts of regulated heavy metals, including lead, silver, barium, cadmium and mercury. Many of these metals can be recovered and responsibly disposed of, based upon Environmental Protection Agency standards.
How Will Recycling Our Obsolete Computers / Electronic Equipment Make A Difference?
Answer: It is estimated that of the approximately 250,000,000 tons of solid waste generated annually in the United States, around 5% is classified as e-waste.2 Of this, only an estimated 10% to 18% of electronics go through recycling (according to WellHome’s 2011 Infographic).3 E-Recycle USA wants to help change this for the good of our local and global environments.
What Are The Outcomes If We Dispose Of Electronics Improperly?
Answer: NOTICE OF VIOLATION as issued by the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act. Failure to correct the alleged violations cited required by this NOTICE, may result in the assessment of penalties, not to exceed $27,500 per violation pursuant to Section 3008 of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) of 1976, 42 U.S.C. § 6928.
is that old computer or electronic device really worth not recycling?