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E-waste Electronics Disposal for Your Office IT Equipment

 

When the time comes to throw out your old laptops, PC’s and servers you’ll want to be sure that they are disposed of correctly. Here at electronic-disposal.com we ensure that every unwanted, old or obsolete PC, Laptop, Server and even cell phone is destroyed correctly and to State and EPA standards. This service can also include a full data destruction package that ensures that any data held on the hard drives or in the memory is permanently erased, wiped clean by several very secure processes.

For more information and a full list of services for ELECTRONICS DISPOSAL please contact: Electronics Disposal or Send us a quick e-mail using the quote form opposite (right).

There are four main issues involved when disposing of your old computers and IT equipment, they are as follows:

#1. State Registered E-waste Management Facility

Your unwanted, old, broken or obsolete IT equipment has to be treated as E-Waste and managed by our State registered E-waste management facility. It is illegal to dump old computers, monitors and even keyboards with the regular trash. This is because many electrical devices including computer monitors contain toxins that are banned from Landfill sites. Electronic-disposal.com provides a collection service for Businesses, organisations, institutions and multinationals who need a professional trustworthy Electronic disposal partner.

Electronics Disposal Service for Computer Monitors & PC Screens

#2. Data Destruction Hard Drive Wipe

Much of your IT Equipment will still have data that is accessible even after you’ve deleted it and formatted the hard drives or memory. This data can only be destroyed / wiped forever by our DOD data destruction software and EMP device destruction hardware. This service is often overlooked by many businesses; we strongly recommend you contact us to learn more.

Electronics Disposal Service for Computer Monitors & PC Screens

#3. ECycling Pledge for Electronic Disposal

Your organisation will be provided with a full ECycling pledge that the following Materials held within your IT equipment are recycled and not dumped. Materials such as Lead in cathode ray tube and solder, Arsenic in older cathode ray tubes, Antimony trioxide as flame retardant, Polybrominated flame retardants in plastic casings, cables and circuit boards, Selenium in circuit boards as power supply rectifier, Cadmium in circuit boards and semiconductors, Chromium in steel as corrosion protection, Cobalt in steel for structure and magnetism, Mercury in switches and housing.

Electronics Disposal Service for Computer Monitors & PC Screens

#4. Electronics Disposal Inventory Management

The logistical and inventory management aspects of IT Equipment disposal are often forgotten but extremely important. Electronic-disposal.com will provide a catalog service which keeps you up-to-date with all stages of de-manufacturing for each and every computing device.

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Dealing with toxic computer waste

By Yo Takatsuki Business reporter, BBC World Service news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/6110018.stm

An unfortunate by-product of today's fast-moving digital age is the obsolescent equipment that gets discarded in its wake.

Old computers look harmless but may contain toxic substances

One estimate suggests that by 2010, 100m phones and 300m personal computers will be thrown on the rubbish tip. Most of these contain toxic cocktail of substances including lead, mercury and arsenic. At the moment a lot of this waste ends up, often illegally, in dumping sites around the globe, especially in the developing world. The European Union is working on new laws to encourage the safe disposal of what is called e-waste. It is drafting a Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) directive that will ensure that more of the responsibility for dealing with old computers and mobiles will be placed on their manufacturers.

Deadly poison

HAZARDOUS WASTE

1: Lead in cathode ray tube and solder
2: Arsenic in older cathode ray tubes
5: Antimony trioxide as flame retardant
4: Polybrominated flame retardants in plastic casings, cables and circuit boards
3: Selenium in circuit boards as power supply rectifier
6: Cadmium in circuit boards and semiconductors
7: Chromium in steel as corrosion protection
8: Cobalt in steel for structure and magnetism
9: Mercury in switches and housing

Computers and mobile phones contain a large variety of chemicals and plastics which can cause serious harm if not dealt with correctly. Eric Karofsky from AMR Research advises companies about getting rid of such troublesome waste. "There are all sorts of problems. These are toxic materials that need to be collected and recycled appropriately. "If not, they are severe environmental hazards for both the population that lives near landfills as well as the world.""Ideally an approved collector will accept it," Mr Karofsky adds. "They will erase data on the hard drive or destroy it physically." He feels that unless companies are punished there will always be computer waste ending up illegally dumped in Africa, India and China. "Until severe financial penalties are levied upon the brands, these laws will not help much."

Recycle frequency

A 2005 study by the environmental group Greenpeace found that as much as 47% of waste found at 18 European seaports was illegal, much of it toxic and headed for export. The computer industry is increasingly waking up to the need to control where its products end up when their useful life is over. Electronic waste often ends up in developing world dumping sites Some computers are recycled and re-fitted to be sold on as second-hand equipment, often to people in developing countries. Computer giant Dell has introduced a programme that helps its customers get rid of their old computers. They employ partner companies to organize the disposal of products in a safe and environmentally friendly manner. "It is definitely a challenging area for us as producers. Dell has developed a standard we work to in terms of the partners we use," says Jean Cox-Kurns of Dell Computers. "The greatest concern our customers have apart from where our computers end up, is how their data will be managed." "What our programme allows us to do is to track the equipment all the way through the process." Many people currently upgrade their computer when only one aspect of their current PC becomes outdated. Dell is hoping to create products that allows users to upgrade parts of the machine rather than all of it.

"There's a greater demand for the latest and greatest all of the time," Ms. Kurns says. "We're continuously looking at designs and ways to perhaps build in a modular structure to computers. "That way, even if the whole computer isn't suitable maybe parts of it can continue to be used."

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