Electronic Equipment Recycling is crutal for our future
We recycle all obsolete or outdated computers, televisions, cell phones, printers, PDAs, and thousands of other devices commonly used in offices, hospitals, and homes. The globlal technological revoultion is fueling the rapidly increasing E-Waste recycling problem. The demand to effectively and safely recycle obsolete electronics is pushed by the same demands our society imposes on manufactures for the new, smaller, faster more efficient electronics.
Electronics waste, commonly known as e-scrap and e-waste, is the trash we generate from surplus, broken and obsolete electronic devices. E-waste recycling is the reuse and reprocessing of electrical and electronic equipment of any type that has been discarded or regarded as obsolete.
Some of the common E-wastes include: home appliances such as televisions, air conditioners, electric cookers and heaters, air condoners, fans, DVDs, Radios and microwaves among others; information technology equipments such as computers, mobile phones, laptops, batteries, circuit boards, hard disks, and monitors among others; and other electronic utilities such as leisure, lighting, and sporting equipments.
Unfortunately, the majority of these electronic products end up in landfills and just a tiny percentage comes back as/in new electronic devices. Electronics are full of valuable materials including copper, tin, iron, aluminum, fossil fuels, titanium, gold, and silver. Many of the materials used in making these electronic devices can be recovered, reused and recycled, including plastics, metals, and glass.
We are creating e-waste at a rapid rate. With such a very short useful life, these electronics transition into e-waste at a rapid pace. Globally, a cell phone is sold to around one of every four people on an annual basis. Every year millions of electronic devices such as mobile phones, TVs, computers, laptops, and tablets reach the end of their useful life.
Recycling of e-waste is a growing trend and was initiated to protect human and environmental health mainly due to the widespread environmental pollution impacts of e-waste. The environmentally safe disposal of E-Waste has rapidly become a problematic issue over the past decade.
Electronic waste has received much publicity lately and is quickly becoming one of the most substantial enterprise risk factors small and large businesses, hospital systems, government agencies and school systems face today. Our industry leading processes, procedures, documentation and chain of custody protocols serve to mitigate risk for your organization as well as promoting a greener environment.
With HarrEnterprise, you are assured that your equipment, including servers, PCs, monitors, televisions, telecom systems, cell phones/smart phones and medical equipment will be managed responsibly. Our secure environmentally sound methods eliminate worry about retiring your end of life and end of use equipment.
• Answering machines • Batteries • Cable boxes • Camcorders • Cameras • Cell Phones • Compact disc players • Computer peripherals • Computers • Copiers • CPUs • Duplicators • DVD and VCR Players • Electric Chargers • Electric Heaters • Electric typewriters • Electronic Games • Electronic Musical Items • Extension Cords • Fans • Fax Machines • Flat Screen Monitors (no CRTs) • Handsets • Hard drives • Hospital Equipment • Humidifiers • Industrial Machinery • Keyboards • Laptops • Mainframes • Massagers • Medical equipment • Mice • Microwaves • Modems • Monitors • Network switches • Nintendo DS • Pagers • PDAs • Pinball Machines • Playstations • Plotters • Printed circuit board • Printers • Radios • Remote controls • Scanners • Security Systems • Servers • Speakers • Stereos • Switches • Tape players • Telephone systems • Televisions • Toner cartridges (laser/ink) • Two-way radios • Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) • Wii • Word processors