R2 Recycling provides a valuable service to customers who need to regularly recycle equipment throughout the year, helping to promote environmental safety and data security.
Boston, Massachusetts / ACCESSWIE / Accesswire / January 23, 2022 / As the economy recovers and gradually returns to normal, companies may find the task of packaging and disposing of obsolete electronics unfeasible. Fortunately, R2 Recycling (located on Summer Street in Boston, Massachusetts and working with a nationwide network of recycling partners) offers a simple and convenient collection option that allows these companies to focus on day-to-day business operations. All you need to do is contact R2 Recycling by phone or email to arrange for the timely removal of electronics.
If your company is constantly recycling large amounts of electronics throughout the year, the R2 Recycling program may be the perfect option for you. If your company does not have the necessary open space for the container or if you recycle small amounts of electronics at different intervals, most likely, you will find a self-pickup service.
The data destruction process ensures that all information is permanently destroyed and hackers and other bad entities will not be able to access it. This is especially important for companies whose devices store confidential personal, financial and medical customer data.
Once the standard erasure or physical destruction of U.S. Department of Defense hard drives is complete, a recycling process can begin. All reusable components are removed and discarded. This includes metals such as gold, copper and titanium, as well as glass and some plastics. Heavy metals such as lead and cadmium are also removed and carefully disposed of to prevent environmental pollution.
To ensure the safe recycling of this equipment, R2 Recycling collaborates with firms across the country that adhere to the R2 standard, which emphasizes the importance of the safety of both employees and the environment during their recycling.
Proper recycling of old computers and electronic equipment is not only a step in the right direction for the environment and the safety of workers, it is also a law in most countries. Some cities have also added their own laws aimed at ensuring the proper recycling of electronic equipment. Companies that do not comply with the regulations on the disposal of electronics may be subject to fines and possible lawsuits.
R2 Recycling also offers activities for the collection, maintenance of containers and recycling of batteries, lamps and ballasts. The recycling of these accessories and related materials is vital to the health of our overall environment.
Laws on books governing the recycling of electronics have been created to ensure public safety and reduce the likelihood of soil and water pollution. Working with a qualified recycler can help your company stay in line with the law and fulfill its obligations to our planet.
About R2 recycling:
We offer a variety of convenient services that can help your company safely recycle unnecessary electronics, including computers, smartphones, monitors, lamps, ballasts and batteries. We cover all countries and we are ready to help your company make room for new acquisitions and maintain the efficiency of your business.
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