With more than 30 years of combined recycling experience we decided our community deserves an honest and environmentally responsible way to dispose of electronics.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why recycle with us?
Since we're a small company with only one location it makes it extremely easy to be 100% accountable for every item that comes in our doors. Besides helping the environment you're also helping to keep a local small business going.
What do we do with CRT monitors and televisions?
Oh those dreaded Cathode Ray Tubes! Not to fear, we DO NOT dismantle those but instead collect them for a certified recycler that does the dirty work. As soon as we get a semi trailer load of them we send them to be properly recycled.
What do we do with your other electronics?
Our process is very simple, we audit everything that comes in the door to see where it's fate lies. The first step in recycling is of course reuse, so if we don't have a physical destruction agreement with you or your company we assess whether anything can be resold or harvested for parts to resell. If the items are obsolete or not worth selling they'll get dismantled and separated into their basic components such as circuit boards, steel, aluminum, copper, wire, plastic, etc. Unlike the big companies that toss stuff in a shredder we physically take everything apart by hand. While more time consuming we believe this is a much cleaner and environmentally friendly way to do it.
What happens after dismantling the electronics?
Everything that we send out of here from office paper and cardboard to circuit boards and metal goes to other verified recyclers that break everything down even further to be reused and recycled into new products or for precious metal recovery. We can supply a full list of our downstream vendors upon inquiry.
What about hard drives?
All hard drives that enter our facilities will either have the data wiped or be physically destroyed, or we can do both if you're really paranoid! We can also provide a certificate of destruction upon request for an additional fee which will include the make, model, and serial number of the drive.