Come Recycle With Us
The disposal of electronics is the fastest-growing part of the world’s trash problem, with more than 100 million computers, monitors, and TV’s becoming obsolete annually. Every day, individuals and organizations around the globe dispose of mountains of Electronic Scrap, containing hazardous and toxic materials that pose significant environmental risks: CRT monitors with toxic lead oxide can leach into the ground water; PC-related components & batteries with chromium, nickel, zinc, mercury and other heavy metals; and plastic equipment housings that can release dangerous gases if incinerated.
Avoid Unnecessary Complications
Dumping your organization’s end-of-life equipment in the dumpster is simply not an option anymore. De-manufacturing and legitimate recycling, utilizing a certified electronics recycler is the only way to ensure compliance with the hundreds of state, federal, and global E-Scrap laws currently on the books. Federal legislation governing electronics recycling includes: the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA), and Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA). These laws specify procedures and reporting requirements for any US organization that recycles as little as 220 pounds of E-Scrap per month. The penalties for improper recycling or inadequate reporting can be severe and can lead up to $32,500 per day.