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Electronics for recycling

Should You Dismantle Your Electronics For Recycling

Many people today are learning the value of electronics recycling, but when the most common question that we receive in an electronics recycling depot is whether or not people should begin breaking down electronics before the recycling process. While it is true, the average recycling facility will be taking apart items like tablets, smartphones, and other electronics it is usually a better idea to leave your electronics intact before you bring them into a depot. Here are some top reasons you should not dismantle your electronics before the recycling process.

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e waste computer recycling

Parts For Plastic And E Waste Computer Recycling

There are many types of plastics and metal, more importantly, can be used in many commercial, residential, and industrial applications. They are composed of semi-synthetic and synthetic substances. They offer many advantages in terms of physical properties, resilience, and function. Let’s look at the computer parts you can recycle as well as e waste computer recycling for you. More…

Orlando Electronics Recycling

Orlando Electronics Recycling With eCycle

Are you tired of old electronics collecting in your basement or garage? Why not throw them out? eCycle Florida provides Orlando electronics recycling to homeowners and businesses alike. We can help with electronic recycling, e-waste disposal, and destruction. This will reduce the waste going to landfills. eCycle Florida is able to handle many types of electronic products, including computers, servers, desktops and printers, copiers, scanners, fax machines, point-of-sale systems, point-of-sale systems, fax machines, and copiers. We care about the environment and ensure that all guidelines are followed. More…

Electrical Waste

What Is Electrical Waste?

What Is Electrical Waste?

The EPA defines electrical waste as “used electronics that are close to the end of their useful lives and are discarded or donated or given back to a recycler.” This includes computers, mobile devices, appliances, hardware for home entertainment, and medical equipment. Anything that contains electronic components is considered e-waste.

While it is easy to define what electronic waste is, it’s far more complicated to sum up the complexity of the many issues that surround it. Special interest groups, private industry and governments have been focusing on reducing e-waste globally and managing the many challenges of electric disposal and/or recycling. There are many reasons to implement solutions. However, many people are not able to see the impact of these issues on their lives. This is why international efforts are often blocked at grass root level. More…