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It's time to recycle computer equipment. Here you'll clutch what computer experts everywhere do. We'll run through their steps - in plain English.
They get free online storage
When computer techs are ready to
How do they do it?
They just upload their files and applications to an online storage service. Then they simply download those files and programs right onto their new machines.
We took the challenge out of it, by providing you a top-notch solution. Get started saving your old files, before recycling your computer equipment. Visit our data destruction page for more details.
They get free data destruction
The next step I'm sure you'll want to run with, and countless computer experts scurry to do, is overwrite your old computer's hard drive.
This is vital because even if you've deleted everything, you may miss a file here or there. And just because you deleted a file, doesn't mean it's really gone anyway. It's only removed from your file directory, and it's still hidden on your hard drive.
Using data destruction software scrambles the entire hard drive by repeatedly writing over your files with random patterns of numbers and letters.
We've found you an expert approved, DOD, data destruction program to do just that. Plus you can learn more about why the delete button, doesn't really delete, in our article: 'Secrets of the Delete Button Revealed'.
They get their recycling done in America, nowhere else
According to the United Nations, 70% of the worlds ewaste is sent to China.
Why would this matter you may ask?
Due to cheap labor costs, many computer recyclers simply ship their collected ewaste to be dismantled and smelted by underpaid, unprotected workers.
Computer equipment contains several toxic materials such as Lead, Chromium, Cadmium, Mercury, Bromine, Brominated Flame Retardants (BFRs), and Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC).
Workers dismantle the electronic waste by hand and then melt or mix the computer scrap in acids in order to strip away the plastics and ceramics from the tiny bits of precious metals found on circuit boards.
Both the chemicals from the acids and toxic materials remaining in the machines are then left on the streets, dumped in rivers, etc.
Not only are the workers poisoned, but so are the entire neighborhoods surrounding these labor areas.
So, it's no wonder you'd agree, shipping our electronic waste overseas is completely unacceptable.
All Electronics Recycling is your one-stop source for free online storage, data destruction, disposal and recycling of anything with an electric cord; 100% focused on reducing, reusing and recycling responsibly.
Which is why techies, pc gurus, tech engineers and computer experts everywhere rave about and chose us to recycle computer equipment and electronics. I suggest you do as well.
Recycle computer equipment quick and easy. Schedule your pick-up today!
All Electronics Recycling is currently picking up most everything with an electric cord in your neighborhood (commercial or residential) for reuse or recycling.
So, if you want a complete all-in-one solution to recycle computer equipment, I suggest filling out the form up on the right or calling us now at (800) 924-0884 to be scheduled in our pick-up routes.
P.S. Also, please ask your friends, family, and colleagues if they need to recycle computer equipment, so we may pick it all up on the same trip as well. We can always come back next month, although that may increase our carbon footprint, so please act now.
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