Many of the materials used in the construction of computer hardware can be recovered in the recycling process. The reuse of tin, silicon, iron, aluminum, and a variety of plastics can ease the environmental impact. In addition, components frequently contain copper, gold and other valuable materials can be harvested to actually produce significant capital that is shared with the client to re-invest in modern hardware.

Responsible end of life handling of IT assets requires solutions that help customers maximize return and minimize both the data security and environmental risks. The disposition of surplus IT assets and obsolete computers are a valuable source for secondary raw materials. If not treated properly, they are a source of toxins. Our six-step process provides professional, seamless solutions for maximizing return and minimizing the risks associated with data security and improper handling of end of life IT assets.

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