A UNIQUE RECYCLING PROCESS
There are two revenue generation techniques which we normally follow in CD player recycling. One is the technique of repurposing and remarketing audio equipment when the item is repairable, and the other is recycling the precious metals from the CD player and selling those. As we are experts in this industry, we can assist you in choosing the right path for decommissioning your equipment in an economical manner that can benefit your bottom line and be good for the environment to boot.
PICK-UP OR DROP-OFF SERVICE
Maybe you ask, “how you can manage the pickup of old CD players with the very minimal cost?” All this is possible with our operation of largest fleet of IT recycling trucks in North America. Our technicians are experts in handling all the activities relating to packaging, labeling and the removal of your old equipment, all at any time that suits you. With our well-developed state-of-the-art online management portal, at any time you can track the status of your old equipment. Responsible equipment recycling is one of the hardest jobs ever to manage, but we have you covered.
Equipment disposal should be done with the utmost care, as some devices can contain sensitive data. Most businesses trust us because of our long track record of certified integrity and assurance. With our exemplary systems at each level, we offer data transparency at each and every step that an asset moves through, making the whole process very simple and secure for you.
FOR A BETTER TOMORROW
The disposal of electronic equipment should be handled very carefully. Laws are very strict, and do not look kindly on those who dispose of their equipment in an unsafe manner. Such persons are liable for the payment of heavy fines. We can take all of this stress off of your hands. As we maintain all the stipulated minimum guidelines for recycling equipment and can offer you documented proof, you and your company are completely free from risk.
How to Recycle a CD Player
Before you go dumping your CD player into the trash you should consider recycling it. Recycling a CD player is not only easy but it can be beneficial to both you and the planet by reducing your input to landfills.
CD players are considered electronic waste when it comes to recycling. This waste contains high levels of toxic heavy metals like nickel, cadmium, and mercury, and is responsible for as much as 70% of all of the heavy metals in landfills. This waste also includes 40% of all the lead in landfills.
Exposure to these metals and toxins can lead to some severe illnesses such as obstructive lung disease, cancer, and heart and liver damage. Exposure to lead can also lead to many reproductive and nervous system problems. These heavy metals and plastics can contaminate natural water supplies and adversely affect local wildlife.
Normally, recycling these objects can be a difficult and complicated process due to the many components, alloys, and plastics that make up a CD player. With All Green Electronics Recycling not only do we make this process easy but we also salvage any components or mechanics that can be re-used.
There are two ways that you can recycle your CD player, you can arrange to have the company pick it up for you at no charge or you can drop it off at any of our convenient nationwide pick-up locations. You can also easily track the item you recycled on our website during this process. Many times the customer can receive a payment for any precious metals and or parts that we are able to reuse or recycle.
We are an ethical recycling company who attempt to reduce the impact on the environment, unlike many other recycling companies that ship items to landfills in third world countries. This does not eliminate the problem – it just moves the toxins somewhere else and still affects the planet’s ecosystem. With our recycling program we can keep many of these metals and alloys out of landfills to make the issue less prevalent worldwide.
Recycling CD players is not only a good way to diminish our impact on the environment, and the reused components mean less raw materials are being used in the creation of new products.
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