What Happens to Your Recycled Electronics?
The recycling of E-waste has become a growing trend over the years. The threat of data breaches are becoming more frequent and businesses want to protect against a breach and protect our environment from harmful pollution. Choosing a recycler based on who is the cheapest or most convenient is not the best option. You may put yourself, your business, and the environment at risk. CyberCrunch is an environmentally responsible company that follows governmental policies, industry regulations and will properly manage the entire lifecycle of your recycled equipment. Here are the steps we take to ensure safe and secure recycling...
- After your electronics are picked up, they are sorted. The items that are reusable are identified and the scrap material is prepared to be shredded.
- The material is manually dismantled and shredded to ensure total destruction.
- All material is then refined and turned into raw material for them to be used again.
Learn more by watching this video of our process that ensures the safety of your recycled items.
Why Is Responsible Recycling Important?
E-waste can include any unwanted electronics that need to be disposed. Companies are constantly upgrading equipment, with obsolete hardware cluttering up offices and closet space. If you don’t choose a responsible recycler, you may be putting yourself and your company at risk. Companies that do not recycle old electronics can face major fines and other consequences for not complying with the latest federal and state regulations. Beside the threat of fines, responsible recycling is the right thing to do for the environment. Corporate sustainability is required by nearly all stakeholders. Hazardous waste such as mercury, lead, and cadmium can get into the soil, water and air. By committing to sustainability, companies help the environment while ensuring legal compliance and data security.