Don’t throw away your electronics, computers, or laptops. It is against the law,according to recent legislation in New Jersey, Illinois, and the majority of European Union member countries. In several states, improper disposal of electronic waste is illegal. Legislation is being introduced to ban the disposal of e waste in landfills.
What options are available for consumers to dispose of hazardous electronic waste?
As the e waste disposal industry grows, independent recycling companies are increasing in number. This is due to increased legislation and an increase in electronics consumer use. In the next 10 years, the amount of electronics that enter the waste stream and are sent for recycling will quadruple.
eCycle Florida has developed convenient solutions to address the increasing demand for compliant, certified electronics recycling options.
eCycle Florida can be used for commercial or large pick-ups. They will also process your e waste and perform NIST compliant data destruction at no cost. eCycle Florida ensures that e waste is not returned to landfills, and personal or business data are not lost.
eCycle Florida also offers public collection days where small quantities of electronic waste can be dropped off for free and then sent to one of two eCycle Florida processing facilities. For information on where small amounts of electronic waste can be dropped off free of charge please contact eCycle Florida!
eCycle Florida is committed to customer satisfaction and we strive to satisfy the ever-growing needs of our customers. Secure Electronics Recycling, eCycle Florida.
This post was written by Steven Elia Co-Founder and Recycling Director at eCycle Florida. eCycle Florida is a R2 Certified electronics recycling company in the state of Florida. Our processes and procedures are dedicated to the proper destruction and recycling of your electronics. eCycle Florida is your go-to for commercial e waste.