East Coast Electronics Recycling Urges Businesses to Properly Dispose of Old Electronics

PROVIDENCE, RI / ACCESSWIRE / February 21, 2022 / East Coast Electronics Recycling (ECER Inc) is committed to helping your company properly recycle electronic waste (e-waste) and ensure that it does not harm the environment or human health and wildlife by ensuring that your personal information never gets into the wrong hands . A conscientious attitude towards e-waste recycling will help the environment and your profits. With a wide selection of options available to meet all needs, ECER Inc. is a safe place for all your obsolete electronics.

Electronic waste recycling is important for every business because it gives your company double value. Not only are you doing something to help the environment, but computer recycling also helps control the cost of new electronics, allowing you to repurpose old materials in production, thereby limiting the need to extract new resources.

Risks of bad disposal habits

As explained by a representative of ECER Inc, if you do not dispose of your electronics properly, it creates a lot of environmental risks. For example, if electronics are disposed of incorrectly, they often end up in landfills (which is illegal in most parts of the country). This can create two serious environmental problems.

First, electronics contain harmful chemicals that can contaminate soil and water. Second, when electronics are burned, it releases toxins into the air. The end result of both is damage to human health and wildlife and the environment. In addition, improper disposal of computers and smartphones can also compromise data security. For example, if sensitive company information is stored on a computer that is later thrown in the trash, that information remains vulnerable to potential hacking. Partnering with a company like ECER Inc, the best – the best line of defense, their data security procedures.

Properly erase or destroy hard drives

As mentioned earlier, recycling with East Coast Electronics Recycling provides additional data destruction benefits. Medical and financial companies trust ECER Inc because they perform standard US Department of Defense (DOD) cleanup on all storage and memory devices they collect, and perform their physical destruction if they cannot confirm that any stored information was eradicated

Computer recycling is good for the environment

Electronics recycling has notable environmental benefits. Electronic waste contains a variety of metals such as gold and silver, which when properly recycled can be extracted from electronics and used to make new products.

If improperly disposed of electronics, potentially harmful elements (lead, mercury, chromium, etc.) can cause significant damage to our environment. For example, if left to rot in the open air, old electronics can release dangerous toxins into the soil and water, which can lead to significant and potentially fatal health problems.

Recycling laws

Many countries have strict laws requiring companies to properly recycle electronics. For example, the United States requires companies with more than 500 employees to account for and document the recycling of their obsolete electronics. If they do not meet this requirement, they face a serious fine as well as damage to their reputation. Many countries around the world offer grants and grants to help companies comply with accounting laws. In the U.S., some state governments provide free garbage cans to support environmental initiatives.

About recycling East Coast electronics

East Coast Electronics Recycling (ECER Inc) provides a range of electronics and computer recycling services to residents of the following states and surrounding areas: Washington, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, MA -Iland and Vermont. At ECER Inc, the privacy of your data is extremely important; all electronic waste is stored in a safe place on our property to prevent theft or falsification of sensitive data. We strive to help your company dispose of e-waste and ensure that it does not harm the security of your data, the environment or human health.

Michael de Fortune
Phone: (877) 537-9940

SOURCE: East Coast Electronics Recycling

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