What we Take

Household Electronics
Microwave Ovens have a Fee Required
VCRs and DVD Players, Blue Ray Players, CD Players
Cameras and Camcorders, Hand Held Devices
Electronic Gaming Consoles, Remote Control Items
Stereos, Radios and CD Players, Car Amplifiers
Televisions and Remote Controls; Fee’s Required for Old CRT and LCD, Plasma, LED Type TV’s.
Computer Items
 Computer Monitors Any Type, No fees.
Hard Drives
Keyboards and Mice
Modems, Routers and Switches
Desktop and Laptop Computers
Servers and Mainframe Computers
Office Items

 

Projectors
Shredders
Electric Typewriters
Copiers and Printers
Scanners and Duplicators
Uninterruptible Power Supplies, Batteries any Type
Telephone Systems

 

Pagers
Handsets, Bluetooth Devices, USB type Devices
Fax Machines, Answering Machines
 Multi-Line Telephone Systems, Related Items
Cell Phones and PDA
 Even Yard Equipment is Accepted

 

Electronics recycling or e-cycling is the term used to describe the modern process for the electronic waste disposal which encompasses, electronics recycling and computer recycling too. American Ewaste Recyclers follows the Reuse, Reduce and Recycle process in the collection and handling of e-waste.
  Recycling is the process of turning used materials into new products. It’s a key part of modern waste reduction and the “Reuse, Reduce and Recycle” waste hierarchy. It’s benefits include, reduction of fresh raw materials and energy usage, reduction of air, land and water pollution and reduction of other potentially harmful elements in our environment.   2. Non functioning or defective equipment is reduced or broken down into it’s core component parts and base materials. All tags and stickers are removed and it is separated before it is sold to reprocessors and other carefully screened, buyers who will eventually utilize these commodities in the manufacturing of brand new products.
  The process includes: 1. Electronics and computer equipment is received and marked for inventory. It is tested and evaluated to see if it can be used for it’s original purpose. If so, it’s cleaned, refurbished and hard drives are erased in accordance with DOD standards. Equipment is then resold to consumers or companies or donated for reuse. 3. Finally, all other unrecycleable equipment is reduced or broken down into it’s core component parts and base materials. All tags and stickers are removed and it is separated before it is sold to reprocessors or other carefully screened, buyers who will salvage certain materials or commodities because of their intrinsic value or hazardous nature.