Electronic Recycling (or E-Recycle) is quickly becoming a
growing industry. As consumers upgrade more frequently to the latest electronic device, figuring out what do to with old devices can be challenging. Many of these electronics are thrown into the landfills. Unfortunately, electronics contain pollutants such as lead, mercury, cadmium, chromium, phosphorous and lithium. These toxic substances can get into the groundwater and soil and wreak havoc. That is why Ace Disposal has become a strong supporter of E-Recycling. The process includes dismantling the electronics, shredding hard drives and chips to protect personal information. Then salvage all other parts that can be reused such as: aluminum, steel, copper, tin and brass.
For more information on how and where to recycle your electronics, click on a link below.
What Electronics can be recycled?
- Cell phones
- Hard Drives
- MP3 Players
- DVD Players
- Fax Machines
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