Unclutter your space.

We collect and remove outdated tech equipment and electronics at no cost to you while protecting our environment.

Environmentally Friendly

Fast & Friendly

Save Time & Money

Why is our service free?

Our revenue comes from refurbishing or recycling the junk we take from your company.  You may have outgrown the usefulness of your equipment, but there may be someone who still can use it.  If not, we break it down for the circuit boards, wiring and metal.

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What are some items that we remove & recycle?

  • Desktop computers
  • Monitors
  • Keyboards
  • Laptops,
  • Cables
  • Battery back-ups
  • Spent back-up batteries
  • Network equipment
  • Printers
  • Telephones
  • Telephone systems
  • Fax machines
  • Printer cartridges
  • Audio/video equipment
  • Equipment racks/cabinets
  • Automation equipment
  • Medical technology
  • Computer peripherals
  • Cell phones
  • Cell phone batteries
  • Chargers
  • Laptop batteries
  • Computers parts
  • Hard disk drives & SSDs
  • Laptop docks
  • Servers
  • Tape drives
  • Power strips
  • Flat screen TVs
  • Typewriters

E-Cycling Events

There are no events scheduled at this time.

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What About My Data? Will it be secure?

We wipe hard drives to US Department of Defense standards and/or destroy them. Your data is safe with us.

My industry compliance standards require Certificates of Data Destruction. Can you provide them?

Yes! Certificates of Data Destruction are available for a nominal fee.  For that fee, we shift the liability risk to us.  It’s the only part of our recycling for which we charge…and we only charge the fee if you need the Certificate of Data Destruction.

What kind of stuff do you take?

Just about anything technology related. As of now, we *cannot* accept CRT (old style tube) and rear projection televisions.

Why can’t I just throw away electronics?

It’s a bad idea.  If your equipment stores sensitive data you are at a security risk.  Electronics are made of toxic stuff which contaminate soil and water as they break down over time. If you want clean water for your kids and grandchildren, do your part and recycle electronics.

Can I wait for “Recycling Day” in my town?

Sure you can, but why?  It’s taking up valuable space until then.  You have to move it yourself.  You have to remember the date and location…and what about the security of your data?  We take care of all of it for you.

What happens to the stuff after you take it?

We evaluate the equipment for its viability.  Newer equipment is securely wiped and refurbished or disassembled for parts and resold.  Older equipment is sold for scrap to recover metals and other valuable base components.