Advances in technology hit us at a very fast pace rate. As soon as we buy a new electronic device, a newer, even better version appears on the shelves. But don’t just trash your old electronics — Reuse, Recover or Recycle them!
What kinds of hazardous materials are we talking about?
The amount of toxins that can accumulate in landfills from a variety of electronics is frightening. The following hazardous materials are an example of common components of a PC that can leach into the environment, creating a cumulative impact upon humans, animals and plant life.
Keeping these potentially dangerous materials out of landfills and incinerators by recycling them just makes plain sense! Learn more about why you should recycle with a R2 certified Electronics Recycler…
What options are there other than the trash pile?
Reuse, Recover, Recycle – CompuPoint USA LLC does more than simply collect and properly recycle obsolete electronics. By dismantling we reuse and re-market products as commodities – this reduces the need for new products and maximizes the value of our recycling solutions.
What are some examples of electronics that can be recycled or reused?
CompuPoint USA LLC (CP-USA) is a full service IT asset management and electronics recycling company, providing e-waste recycling solutions for households based on Sustainable e-Recycling practices. Our processing facility has the required certifications to provide your household, business, school, educational institution or government agency with peace of mind through full accountability and transparency. Examples of items listed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency include:
- Flat Panel / TFT Displays, TVs
- Computers/monitors/hard drives
- Cell phones, smart Devices, GPS
- Printers, Copiers, Fax machines
- Radios, Telephones
- PDAs, Video games
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