Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) April 30, 2013 -- In the response to the growing demand, a new electronics and computer recycling service recently launched to serve businesses and consumers in the northeast -- at no charge. Incorporated in Wilmington, Delaware, eWaste eXpress specializes in the proper disposal and recycling of unwanted computers and electronics, commonly known as e-waste.
“Unlike our competitors our basic recycling services are free. The value of certain reusable components enables us to serve our customers at no charge” says Troy DeShetler, Vice President of eWaste eXpress, Inc. “And in the process we are helping the environment by preventing harmful materials from being deposited in landfills.”
The electronics recycling industry is still in its infancy, but is expected to swell quickly due to the overwhelming amount of e-waste that is being generated – an estimated 50 million tons per year.
According to the Consumer Electronics Association, Americans now own approximately 24 electronic products per household. And it is common practice for corporations to upgrade their IT systems every three years due to lifecycle management.
More than half of the U.S. states currently have laws related to the proper disposal and recycling of electronics and computers. eWaste eXpress provides businesses a hassle-free, professional recycling solution to assist with IT asset disposal, ensure legal compliance and satisfy corporate environment goals, says DeShetler.
eWaste eXpress currently recycles computers and electronics for businesses and consumers in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and Washington D.C. Discussions are underway to expand to the Midwest states of Missouri and Texas by late 2013.
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