Electronics Recycling in Santa Cruz County
All Green Electronics Recycling is here in Santa Cruz County, offering the best and world-class e-waste services. We offer Electronics Recycling as well as IT Asset Disposition, On-Site Hard Drive Shredding, Data Destruction and Computer Recycling. All our methodologies to be applied are environment-friendly. They’re also cost-efficient. The most exciting thing is that we can with you the profit of your disposable IT equipment through our proven and tested ITAD services. ITAD stands for IT Asset Disposition, one of the services being mentioned above. Our “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” policies are to be executed well because our workers are all top-notch and tested through the years.
IT equipment are toxic. They can harm the environment if not recycled properly. That’s why you need to make sure that your old computer units and other disposable IT assets are dropped in our drop-off locations. Or, you can choose to call us to pick your items up. When we pick up, you don’t need to worry that you’ll violate any of the environment laws related to e-waste recycling. Why? We know what to do. We’ve been in this industry for many years now. So trust us!
Electronics Recycling Drop-off Locations in Santa Cruz County
All Green Electronics Recycling is proud to help residents of Santa Cruz County recycle electronics. Santa Cruz County is located in the San Francisco Bay area in Northern California. It is home to 262,382 residents and four incorporated cities. Help keep Santa Cruz County clean and e-waste free with All Green!
If your city is not listed or the nearest drop-off location is too far, then request a pickup from your home or business by following the link below.
Recycle Electronics Today
Recycling Electronics is a very simple and eco-friendly process. We treat or process used electronics in order to make the materials more suitable for reuse. Our goal is to turn everything we collect into a reusable stream of components or commodities.
All Green has raised the bar for the recycling industry by employing its own “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” policies and practices in service of the environment’s needs. Plus, we comply with and exceed all EPA regulations and guidelines for handling e-waste and other hazardous materials.
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All Green Electronics Recycling is the nationwide leader in responsible electronics recycling. If you have old electronics laying around, let us collect and recycle them. By using All Green Electronics Recycling services you will contribute to a better environment. Recycle responsibly today.
Items that are to be scrapped are shredded down to pieces smaller than 2 inches in diameter. This coarse material is then put through a separating process that is 95% automated. The recovered materials include iron, copper, aluminum, plastic, glass, shredded circuit boards, precious metal mix, and other valuable materials. Some of these products are further processed through a network of partner companies and other responsible recyclers.
Electronic items processed by All Green are first evaluated to determine their most valuable, practical, and environmentally safe repurposed or aftermarket function. Electronic items may be disassembled and the components separated for refurbishment, salvage, or scrap as e-waste.
Data Security and Hard Drive Destruction
Every computer we recover has its hard drive removed and digitally wiped twice in order to ensure full data destruction. Since we process electronics for the U.S. government and the military, we also offer fully guaranteed and certified data destruction. In this process, we not only do a digital wipe of your hard drives but we can also physically shred them.
This process ensures 100% data destruction, and we can provide every client with a data destruction guarantee and certification.
Nationwide Processing Centers
Recycling your obsolete and end-of-life electronics is not only the right thing to do, it’s also the smart, economical thing to do.
All Green’s network of processing centers and partners is conveniently distributed throughout North America. Hazardous e-waste never ends up in landfills and is never exported to developing nations for dumping.