Nationwide Pick-up service
We have a Sprinter Van for smaller loading docks, 2 16' trucks with a lift-gate and a 30 footer in case you have more than 10 pallets of e-waste. We also have a driver and a helper this way you don't have to lift anything or break a sweat.
Type & Quantity
We determine the type of e-waste that you have and the quantity (For a FREE pickup the minimum threshold is 10 items on our qualified items list)
We will do our best to accommodate your time schedule and make it as easy and convenient for you. Please allow 2 to 3 business days for scheduling, if it is an urgent or same day pickup let us know and we'll make sure we get you taken care of.
Certificate of Recycling
Certificate of recycling is provided with each e-waste pick up.
Certificates of Destructions are available for hard drives destruction, documents shredding, and items destruction upon request.
Please note any pickup that is less than 10 items minimum there will be a $125 charge - Any pickup that is cancelled within the 48 hours of pickup there will be a $99.99 charge.
Certificates of Insurance is available for Properties that require one.
We are a leading e-waste recycling company that provides local and nationwide E-waste and I.T. Disposition Services for small to mid-size businesses and up to enterprise level corporations. Responsible recycling has become an important process within the corporate level.
We have assisted many corporations, organizations, education and non-profits in reducing their carbon footprint produced by obsolete electronics. Our goal is to minimize the amount of hazardous waste being accumulated in landfills and we can do the same for you.
The NAID Certification ensures that the shredding company you partner with remains in compliance at all times and that your sensitive documents are secure before, during, and after they are destroyed
The CalRecycle Certification ensures that the company qualifies to process the recycling by the Department of Resources and Recovery (CalRecycle)
The EPA Certification specifies that all persons who maintain, service, repair, or dispose of appliances that contain regulated refrigerants be certified in proper refrigerant handling techniques.
DID YOU KNOW?
In 2012, of the 3.42 million tons of unused TVs, cell phones and computer products, only 29% were collected for recycling. The remaining 71% were primarily disposed of in landfills — leaking toxic materials into the earth.