Electronic waste, also known as e-waste or e-scrap, is the terminology used to describe obsolete, unused, end-of-life or inoperable electronic devices such as computers, monitors, laptops, cell phones and more. This equipment is usually entering its secondary lifecycle through resale or donation, or it is being discarded entirely. E-waste recycling services are an important part of every company's asset management strategy, so choosing a reputable company to perform this service is critical.
E-Waste Recycling May Be Profitable
E-Solutions USA may be able to help your e-waste recycling efforts pay off. Before you dispose of your e-waste, contact us to see if any of your equipment is worth anything on the secondary market. Many components may still retain some of its original value, and if that's the case, we may be able to help you recover funds that you never knew were available to you.
Of course, not all e-waste can be sold or donated, so any leftover components that have reached end-of-life status or equipment that is just not eligible for the secondary market can be effectively disposed of through our e-waste recycling program.
Compliant E-Waste Recycling & Disposal
As of July 1, 2009, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation passed The Electronic Equipment Collection, Recycling and Reuse Act, thereby requiring all New York businesses, non-profits and government agencies to dispose of their e-waste through dismantlers and recyclers.
E-Solutions USA fully adheres to all state and federal regulations on the disposal and recycling of e-waste materials. In addition, prior to any equipment entering the secondary market or being physically destroyed and recycled, all data contained on the associated media and drives will be destroyed in accordance with DoD 5220.22-M. Our e-waste recycling methods meet or exceed industry legislation guidelines, including:
- New York City Electronic Equipment Collection, Recycling and Reuse Act
- Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
- Gramm-Leach Bliley Act (GLBA)
- Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA)
- Land Ban Act of 1994
- Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX)
- SEC Regulation S-P
- Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)
Increase the Recovery Potential of Your IT Assets Through E-Waste Recycling
E-Solutions USA helps you get the greatest return on your IT investment. Our professionals can help you determine the value of your equipment and dispose of the components that are costing you money. Contact us today by calling 631-234-7362 to speak directly with one of our specialists. Or, simply fill out the request form located on this page and one of our asset recovery professionals will contact you promptly to discuss your needs.