Electronics Recycling

Electronics contain many materials that can be recovered for recycling. By recovering these materials and saving resources, less new metals need to be mined. Typically, these items can be found in an office environment but not always. Contact our office to confirm if your electronics can be recycled.

Because many electronics house contaminants such as lead, cadmium, beryllium, and brominated flame-retardants, it is important that anything with a plug be separated and recycled at a certified electronic recycling facility. These highly toxic materials can have a negative impact on the environment when not managed properly.  Allow us to provide safe and responsible disposal of your electronics.  

The facilities we utilize will prevent unsafe exposure of these toxic materials and can help locate a source for reuse of some of the components and commodities found in these electronics and ultimately keep them out of our landfills!


Batteries contain a high number of heavy metals and toxic chemicals and disposing of them improperly creates risks for soil contamination and water pollution.