BEST PROCESS FOR RECYCLING EQUIPMENT
We know there is no one recycling process that fits all businesses and pieces of equipment and that this approach often just makes things worse. We collaborate with you to find a more affordable ITAD strategy for your business that at the same time helps the environment. We can help you find out how to repurpose and remarket the equipment so you know how to deal with outdated pieces in a way that’s both safe and economical for you.
You have probably thought that a service coming right to your door to pick up old pieces of equipment would be cost prohibitive. But we can do it at low cost with our huge fleet of trucks. In fact, we have the most IT recycling trucks on the North American continent. We will package, label, and take away all of your recyclables, and you’ll be able to perform tracking through our cutting edge internet portal.
You know that your old equipment may very well hold data that is crucial to your company, and we take optimum care to ensure it is protected. We have been doing this with integrity for many years, so lots of companies show trust in us every day. Our certification is the highest in this field. We take whatever you give us and manage it carefully throughout its process and make data destruction certificates downloadable from our site.
RECYCLING TOWARDS A BETTER FUTURE
Naturally the world is always changing and there are laws on recycling now that will only get more stringent in the future. You could be facing fines that are large enough that your company’s financial stability is compromised. Along with this, the reputation of your business is going to take a hit if you are fined. When you hire us, you can be sure that each and every item we receive is processed to a high standard.
HOW TO RECYCLE A PLASMA TV
It sometimes seems hard to know what to do with electronic waste. In this day and age, most people have quite a few electronic items to dispose of every year. Plasma TVs are among the most challenging and the most abundantly disposed of electronic items. The reason for this is that television technology keeps improving by leaps and bounds. All the while, prices of the latest and greatest TVs keep dropping. That’s why you’ll see mountains of TVs sitting around recycling bins and dumpsters just after Christmas every year. It goes without saying that this is not a good way to dispose of your plasma TV!
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The best thing to do with this or any kind of e-waste is to re-purpose or recycle it.
It’s important to recycle plasma TVs because e-waste, generally speaking, is full of heavy metals such as lead and cadmium. These wreak havoc in terms of soil and groundwater contamination when these items are simply thrown out with the trash. Overall, about 4% of municipal waste is made up of electronic items. This small percent of waste is the culprit responsible for approximately 70% of the heavy metals that are found in our landfills. This includes about 40% of all the lead found in landfills.
If you’re planning to replace a working TV of any kind, it’s always best to find a way to reuse it. If your television is beyond repair, seek out a good e-waste recycling company. All Green Electronics Recycling offers free pickup and guarantees that your old plasma TV will be recycled ethically. It will be taken for proper recycling within the United States. We never send potentially hazardous materials overseas to clutter up landfills in undeveloped countries (as do some unethical e-waste processing companies).
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When you make the decision to go with our company to recycle your plasma TV or other e-waste, we will keep you in the loop every step of the way by providing you with an online tracking number so that you’ll know what’s happening throughout the recycling process. In some instances, we may be able to give you payment for some of the recycled parts and materials We’ll make sure that repairable TVs are repaired and reused. If your old TV cannot be repaired, we will be certain that usable parts are salvaged and recyclable materials such as precious metals are removed..