Should You Dismantle Your Electronics Before Recycling?

Communities have learned the value of electronics recycling, especially when it comes to the disposal of outdated or broken electronics. Computers, tablets, smartphones, and other electronic devices contain a variety of valuable materials that can be used again and again if they are recycled correctly. Even though your first thought may be to dismantle your computer or other electronic devices

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How to Remove Data and Personal Info Before E-Recycling

The United States Environmental Protection Agency states that the U.S. alone throws away over 9.4 million tons of electronics every year. This means that there is a multitude of resources that could be reused—for instance, energy from one million laptops which can power 3,657 households for an entire year— that are just being tossed in the trash. Within one million

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The State of Electronics Recycling

According to a collaborative report between Electronics Recyclers International, Inc., and Global Focus, North America that was published on April 6, 2016, for Knowledge@Wharton, the United States does not have a federal law that requires the recycling of electronic equipment. There is also no law to prohibit companies from sending the electronic waste from discarded equipment to developing countries. The

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Dispose Old Electronics For Free and Feed the Hungry

Operation shredding hunger takes place Saturday 7/29/2017 TAMPA – Stream Recycling’s Tampa facility is where old data goes to die. Customers pay the Tampa electronics recycler to destroy and recycle everything from hard drives to modems. But this Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Stream is offering its waste services for free. Stream and paper shredder Proshred plans to

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Help The Environment Through E-Recycling

It’s easy for you to tell your employees that electronics recycling is more than “just a good idea.” Every organization can stand to put extra effort into taking a closer look at what they’re throwing away, and wondering if there could be a better use for their unwanted electronic items, rather than automatically tossing them all into the trash. But brighter,

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