Electronic Waste Includes:
computers, entertainment electronics, mobile phones and other items that have been discarded by their original users. While there is no generally accepted definition of electronic waste, in most cases electronic waste consists of expensive and more or less durable products used for data processing, telecommunications or entertainment in private households and businesses. Despite its common classification as a waste, disposed of electronics are a considerable category of secondary resource due to their significant suitability for direct reuse (for example, many fully functional computers and components are discarded during upgrades), refurbishing, and material recycling of its constituent raw materials. Reconceptualization of e-waste as a resource thus preempts its potentially hazardous qualities.
eWaste Disposal, will pick-up and recycle your company’s obsolete and/or non-working electronic products, such as computers, monitors, televisions, fax machines, copiers, telephones, cabling, servers, hard drives and more. If piles of computer “stuff” are taking up valuable space in your organization, we can help. Free drop-off for for individuals and industry click here.
This type of collection is for Business, University, Military and School Districts. eWaste Disposal places a vehicle on-site for one or more hours. A minimum number of monitors (typically 20) are required for free pick up. To maximize collection pick-up, we encourage businesses to also invite employees to bring e-waste from home.