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Although we often think of the big ticket items when it comes to ethically and responsibly recycling electronics, it can be the smaller pieces that make the biggest difference. When recycling items, don’t forget about wiring and cabling – these contain a significant amount of recyclable material. Allow All Green Electronics Recycling, as part of our ongoing efforts to help you dispose of your electronic items in the correct way, pick up your wires and cables and re-use, recycle or repurpose them.
SPECIALIZED RECYCLING PROCESS FOR CABLING
It is our belief that employing a single process for recycling every piece of equipment only makes the challenge of disposal worse. Therefore we consult with you to create an ITAD strategy which is comprehensive, cost effective for your business and is environmentally friendly. Repurposing equipment and marketing it creates avenues for revenue from this outdated equipment. Another strategy is to recycle precious metals found in some equipment. Through our experts in the field, we have the capability to find the most suitable methods for decommissioning equipment in a manner that is secure, economically responsible and safe.
As a result of our IT recycling vehicles numbering the greatest in North America, we are capable of traveling to your location and picking up old equipment without passing on any cost to you. Convenient arrangements can be made to allow our company’s recycling experts to take care of all the removal, packaging and labeling of your decommissioned equipment. We even provide a tracking service, through our advanced web-based management portal, for monitoring the location of your equipment at any hour.
SECURE AND SAFE
Wires and cabling often come alongside IT equipment, and disposing of equipment that may possibly hold sensitive data demands responsible and cautious handling. We have a long history of certified integrity, are a company dedicated to recycling and trusted by most businesses every day. Our certificates are the highest possible in the business. Our company ensures that we carefully manage every asset that comes into our care and present important data on each step to you in a transparent manner.
COVER YOUR LIABILITIES
Laws throughout the country present a risk of huge fines if equipment is recycled in a manner that is unsafe. These fines are significant enough to weaken many businesses, and falling on the wrong side of these laws can permanently harm your reputation. Since we significantly exceed the minimum guidelines outlined by the government on every item that comes into our care, you can rest assured that your company will not be exposed to these risks. Our solid service comes with the added benefit of securing a future for the planet that is sustainable.
How to Recycle Wires and Cables
We all have some type of appliance or electronic device that will go bad or break at some point that includes a lot of wires and cabling. Or maybe you will be remodeling a home and need to pull out some of the old wires and cable from behind the walls. What happens when these cables and wires are simply thrown out in the trash? The short answer is: nothing good.
Everything from the appliance attached to the wire, the wire itself, and the coating around the wire is hazardous to our Earth if disposed of carelessly. We must all come to understand the damage that occurs from making such a careless decision not to recycle.
Recycling is almost as simple as throwing out the trash in most areas today. Thanks to All Green Electronics Recycling’s many drop-off locations, cabling and wires can easily be disposed of in a safe manner. Even better, in most cases we can come and pick up your wiring and cabling at no cost to you. The most important reasons to recycle your old wires and cabling is just to keep them out of landfills.
There are a lot of useful materials in wiring that can be re-used and recycled, and it is even possible to make money back from recycling these items and allowing them to be re-used in a new recycled product. That old wire usually has some plastic coating that is made from toxic chemicals. Some appliances with wires or cables even contain mercury.
There are in fact a lot of pollutants in these items and they will eventually break down and contaminate our ground and our fresh water. Just remember that every time you think, “It’s just this one little thing, this one time,” it never is. There are over 7 billion people on Earth and if we are all so careless, it will be a short-lived existence for our species.
Recycling your old cables and wires is so easy now that there is almost no reason not to. It is all of our responsibilities to ensure that we look after this Earth for future generations, and recycling all of our old items, including cables and wires, is one of the most responsible ways in which we can do this. Give All Green Electronics Recycling a call today, and we can discuss how you can best recycle your electronic equipment, wiring and cables.