E-Waste Center Recycles Electronic Waste
One of the big questions with recycling is — what do you do with things like computer monitors, old televisions, and other large-scale pieces of electronic equipment? Well question no further. Thanks to businesses like EWC (E-Waste Center), you no longer need to wonder how to properly dispose of your electronic waste.
E-Waste Center’s Mission Statement
Committed to preserving the fragile environment, EWC has stepped in to fill a very necessary gap in the recycling industry. According to the company’s website, “the term ‘e-waste’ is loosely applied to consumer and business electronic equipment that is near or at the end of its useful life.” With over thirty years of experience in the field, eWaste Center, Inc acknowledges the many changes in the consumer electronics industry, especially those that have impacted the rules governing the proper disposal of electronic waste that typically goes into landfills.
Concerning the recycling of electronics, EWC begins by first dismantling the electronic devices. Parts within the devices are removed and then separated into distinct categories, including circuit boards, glass, plastic, wires, and others. EWC follows strict safety standards as well as the Department of Toxic Substance Control’s regulations for proper handling of the toxins.
For more information on recycling of electronic devices, call 888-EWASTE8 (888-392-7838) to speak with a recycling technician at eWaste Centers. They will arrange a pickup at corporate or residential locations.