If you run a company, chances are you will need electronics recycling for businesses. This Q&A can get you started.
From how to package electronics for recycling to how to set up a corporate e waste program — we’re used to getting those questions by now. When it comes to electronics recycling for businesses consider us your go-to source.
For some quick answers to the most common queries, read this post.
Q&A: Electronics recycling for businesses
What types of items do you recycle?
We do indeed recycle quite a wide range of electronic assets. Here’s the complete list: Batteries, Cables, Cell Phones, Chips, Circuit Boards, Components, Computers, Flat Screen Monitors, Flat Screen TVs, Gold Pins, Hard Drives, Headphones, I.T. Equipment, iPads, Lab Equipment, Laptops, Memory, Metals, Modems, Plastics, Precious Metals, Printers, Routers, Server Racks, Servers, Set Top Boxes, Cable Boxes, Switches, Tablets, Telecom Devices, Test Equipment, Vape Devices, Wire, Power Adapters, Cords
What areas do you serve?
We serve North America, including the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
How should we package electronics for recycling?
It certainly depends on what you’re shipping. Each type of IT asset comes, for instance, with its own set of packaging regulations. To make it as easy for you as possible, we supply detailed instructions once we know your needs.
Where are you located?
Our headquarters are located in Phoenix, Ariz. The address is: 325 E. Pinnacle Peak Rd., Suite 100.
Are you R2 Certified?
Yes, this is indeed an important question to ask when you’re looking for an electronic waste recycler. Certified by Sustainable Electronics Recycling International, our operations meet the R2 standard for the responsible reuse, repair, and recycling of electronic products. Rigorously and independently audited, this standard emphasizes quality, safety, and transparency.
How does your recycling program work?
To begin with, we transport your unwanted and obsolete electronic assets to our facility, where they are demanufactured and broken down into their valuable components to use in the manufacturing of new products. So, those electronic assets that are no longer suitable for refurbishing and cannot be salvaged for components are responsibly recycled.
Can you refurbish and resell my electronics?
Absolutely. Our IT Asset Disposition (ITAD) services certainly provide a systematic approach to managing the disposition of retired and outdated IT assets. We then collect your used equipment, refurbish your electronic assets, and redeploy those assets to your organization. For all the details, please visit our page for ITAD services.
Can we get paid for items we recycle?
Yes. We provide full traceability and transparency on all recovered electronic assets and streamline every aspect of your ITAD program to deliver an efficient and profitable strategy for your business. Extending the life of an electronic asset is indeed the greenest way to recycle. It is also an excellent way to recoup some of the investment your company makes in technology. Moreover, we’ve built a robust online presence and trusted downstream partnerships.
How can we get started recycling our electronics?
Let’s talk today! Head over to our Contact Us page to fill out your details and needs, or call us at 855-291-3583.
How does pick up work?
Our logistics team initially schedules your first shipment and handles all details for you. For example, we receive, assess your items, recycle, repair, re-sell and audit in accordance with the agreed solution. Then, you get custom reports, settlements, statements and certificates delivered to you electronically.
Do you offer witnessed destruction?
Yes. There are three phases to our witnessed destruction process. First of all, transportation and delivery. Secondly, witnessed delivery verification. And, finally, witnessed destruction. The military has trained our team of top-secret and classified asset destruction experts to securely destroy sensitive assets and data.
Will you destroy my data?
Will I get a certificate of destruction?
Yes. We authenticate data destruction through the issuance of data destruction reports and certificates, including an end-of-use certificate DLA Form 1822 and a certificate of destruction that captures and lists serial numbers of wiped drives. We wrote about the importance of verified destruction in this blog post.
What industries do you serve?
As a B2B electronic recycler, we serve a wide range of industries, including, for example, OEMs, Military, Aerospace, Technology, Data Centers, Repair & Refurbish, and Reverse Logistics. If you have a business with retired electronic assets, please reach out. We’ve got you covered.
How do I get a quote for electronics recycling?
The quickest way, in other words, to get started is to fill out the form on our Contact Us page. It lets you specify your needs, which will help us provide you with a quote.
Can I drop off electronics?
Yes, you can indeed.
What is the minimum amount required for recycling?
There’s no minimum, however.
How can my company set up a corporate electronic waste program?
This question is so common that we wrote a whole blog post in reply. The short answer: It’s not as complicated as you may think. But if you want an end-to-end plan or a few words of advice, we are here to help.
Do you have more questions about electronics recycling for businesses? We have the answers. Let’s connect. Consider us your corporate electronic recycling concierge.
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