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  • Electronics Recycling and Electronic Waste

    The modern digital world is creating a growing amount of electronic waste, also referred to as e-waste. All electronic waste can be reused or broken down, and the materials recycled. Republic Services provides reliable, safe and cost-effective electronic waste collection and recycling as part of our commitment to protecting the planet.

    By Republic Services, Inc. based in FLORIDA (USA).

  • Hazardous Electronic Waste Disposal

    IT-Green offers a specialist service for computer monitors including their full reprocessing.

    By IT-Green - Computer Displays (UK) Limited based in Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM. from Monitor Recycling Service line

  • Electronic and E-Waste Recycling

    RMC ensures proper destruction and recycling of your E-Waste. There is no resale of electronic components and no export of electronics outside North America. All materials are dismantled and shred for metal recovery and plastic recycling.

    By Raw Materials Company based in Port Colborne, ONTARIO (CANADA). from RMC Services Service line

  • Lamp, Ballast, Battery and CRT Recycling

    Batteries, lamps, ballasts and computer equipment may contain mercury, lead and other heavy metals, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) or battery acid, all of which are considered toxic and hazardous to human health and the environment. The federal government and all 50 states have enacted rules and regulations to manage the recycling and disposal ...

    By Veolia North America, Industrial Business based in Chicago, ILLINOIS (USA). from Solid Waste Service line

  • Electronics Recycling

    IT equipment may have economic value both through resale and recovery. However, the proper management of end-of-life electronics is a daunting task. Improper processing of lead, mercury and other solid wastes in the equipment represents a significant environmental hazard and potential economic as well as legal liability. Having a partner that can ...

    By HOBI International, Inc based in Batavia, ILLINOIS (USA). from IT Services Service line

  • COLLECTION OF WASTE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT

    Business activity of collection and recovery of waste electrical and electronic equipment was reported to the Main Inspectorate for Environment Protection in Warsaw and registered under the number of E0003077ZX.

    By VIG Sp. z o.o. based in Dąbrowa Górnicza, POLAND.

  • Glass-to-Glass Recycling Service

    Universal Recycling Technologies, LLC (URT) is dedicated to providing an effective, economical solution for recycling obsolete monitors and televisions into new cathode ray tube glass, a.k.a. glass to glass recycling. Our state-of-the-art, automated de-manufacturing and recycling system offers the most effective solution available in the industry. ...

    By Universal Recycling Technologies based in Janesville, WISCONSIN (USA). from EWaste - Electronics, Monitors & Computer Recycling Service line

  • Electronics Recycling

    Veolia Environmental Services offers solutions for both large and small quantities of lighting and electronic waste. Our recycling programs are designed to assure compliance with federal and state regulations, safely and cost effectively. With our turnkey services, we handle every step of the recycling process, from packaging, transporting and ...

    By Veolia North America, Industrial Business based in Chicago, ILLINOIS (USA). from Technical Solutions Service line

  • Electronic Recycling

    Being a responsible recycler fully dedicated to a healthy environment for all of us, we work closely with regulatory agencies and authorities in meeting and exceeding the various regulatory standards currently in force around the globe. Recycling can realistically reduce the amount of municipal solid waste by approximately 25 percent. Recycling ...

    By Blue Star Electronics, LLC based in Hayward, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Electronics Recycling Services

    Electronic waste, is the fastest growing waste stream in the world. Electronics contain hazardous materials such as mercury, lead and cadmium which are harmful to the environment and to people’s health. End-of-life electronic equipment such as cell phones, computers, servers and data storage devices hold sensitive data, representing a ...

    By Greentec International based in Cambridge, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • LCD Recycling

    With innovative customer solutions and our research and development, we are driving electronics recycling forward. One of the unique recycling methods we have designed in recent years is for LCD flat screens. This process makes it possible to separate rare materials and other natural resources, so they can be reused as secondary raw material.

    By Stena Metall Group based in Göteborg, SWEDEN. from Electronic Recycling - Monitor glass and LCD Recycling Service line

  • Electronics Recycling Services

    Most electronics are made of valuable resources such as precious metals, plastics and glass. Many of these materials require extensive energy and resources to manufacture. However, when electronic equipment gets thrown away, all of these valuable materials are also discarded. This ultimately generates more pollution because it requires that ...

    By Vintage Tech Recyclers Inc. based in Romeoville, ILLINOIS (USA).

  • Electronic Equipment Recycling

    CSI EPC is committed to responsibly recycling electronic materials. We work with our customers to help them adhere to the different provincial and state recycling programs. CSI EPC is an affiliate of the Ontario Electronic Stewardship (OES) program. We are also certified by the Alberta Recycling Management Authority (ARMA) as a registered Supplier ...

    By Top Flight Assets based in Calgary, ALBERTA (CANADA).

  • E-Waste Annihilation

    You know that old computer sitting in the back of your office closet. It’s worth…nothing. That cell phone you replaced last year. Why is it still in your drawer? We really have no clue what to do with that stuff do we? Don’t want to spend the money wiping it clean because really…you can’t totally get rid of the data ...

    By Marshall Shredding Company based in San Antonio, TEXAS (USA).

  • E-Waste Recycling Services

    Technological waste is currently one of the most important problems in this era of information and technology. The volume of electronic and electrical waste (e-waste) rises day by day due to a rapidly developing industry and technology, in tandem with the ever increasing need of a growing population.

    By Evciler based in Altındağ - Ankara, TURKEY.

  • Recycling & Reuse Services

    Alternative uses for Hazardous Waste (used as product on a bill of lading). Acid Reuse. Caustic reuse. Solvent Reclaim. Computer & Electronic Equipment. Oils & Lubricants, Coolant recycling. Batteries. Fluorescent Lamps & Ballasts. Computer & Electronic Equipment. Mercury Contaminated Equipment.

    By Liberty Environmental Solutions, Inc. based in Ponte Vedra Beach, FLORIDA (USA).

  • Treating Hazardous Substances

    In addition to recyclable precious material, electronic waste also contains hazardous substances such as lead and mercury. A typical computer monitor may contain more than 6% lead by weight. Up to thirty-eight separate chemical elements are incorporated into E-waste items. The un-sustainability of discarded electronics and computer ...

    By Attero Recycling Pvt.Ltd. based in Noida, INDIA.

  • Industrial Program

    RMC handles waste from the majority of the fortune 500 companies, including manufacturing plants, railroads, power stations etc. We accept shipments ranging from our small box program, through to full transport loads. No one project is too small or too large. We can also offer collection of Mercury bearing wastes such as (lamps, bulbs, switches ...

    By Raw Materials Company based in Port Colborne, ONTARIO (CANADA). from RMC Services Service line

  • Office and Institutional Program

    RMC's battery box program is ideal for collection at office and institutional sites. The box program is available in two sizes, so there is a size to meet your needs. The program is completely turn key. Please visit our Battery Box Program pages for additional details. We can also offer collection of Mercury bearing wastes such as (lamps, bulbs, ...

    By Raw Materials Company based in Port Colborne, ONTARIO (CANADA). from RMC Services Service line

  • Cost Effective Lamp Recycling

    National Waste Associates offers a variety of cost-effective solutions for recycling light bulbs and electronic waste for retailers, restaurants, other multi location companies, and large producers. Our bulk recycling programs are designed for larger quantities of waste such as pallets or truckloads shipped on a regular or project basis, such as ...

    By National Waste Associates based in Glastonbury, CONNECTICUT (USA).

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