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Electronics Recycling in Fort Worth, TX
Electronic equipment has a high level of toxicity. These toxic wastes are bad for the environment as well as our health. This is why All Green Electronics Recycling ensures individuals and companies that their toxins will never reach the landfill through Fort Worth Electronics Recycling. We all know that recycling is good. But putting it into practice is a whole different story.
The company knows just what companies need in order to practice responsible disposal of electronic wastes: convenience. So it has its own fleet of certified high-tech vehicles that will collect your old electronics so these can be recycled.
Fort Worth, Texas
While Fort Worth has over 830,000 residents, it is only the fifth most populous city in the state of Texas. It city’s motto is “Where the West begins.” This is in reference to the cowboys popular in the state. And the cowboys are numerous because the city is also known as Cowtown being the center of the ranching business in the state.
But it has come a long way from just being a cow city. Fort Worth, in 2013, was ranked 15th among the best places for business and careers by Forbes magazine. A number of major companies from different industries have put up their homefront in the city. One of them is the American Airlines Group.
All Green Electronics Recycling: A Certified Company to Responsible Dispose E-Waste
Indeed, with such major industries present in the city, Texans need a reliable company to handle Fort Worth Electronics Recycling. All Green Electronics Recycling made sure it has been certified by accreditation companies to back its reputation in handling electronics recycling. It has achieved an R2 Standard, which is just one of its many credentials. R2 is handed out by the Sustainable Electronics Recycling International, which is a non-profit organization that taps partners in raising awareness on electronics repair and recycling issues around the world. The company’s facility is also a certified recycling facility, which means it has passed the standards of maintaining such a sensitive structure.