ELECTRONIC WASTE

E-WASTE


More than 20 million tons of electronic waste are produced each year. As a result, many local environmental agencies require businesses to recycle old electronic equipment due to the potentially hazardous components of electronic waste. Toxic, regulated metals such as arsenic, lead, and mercury can be found in various electronic equipment. This toxicity means computers and electronic peripherals cannot be placed in municipal waste containers or taken to disposal sites such as landfills and incinerators.

Because of these bans, businesses are required to select a qualified recycler to handle their e-waste. Total Technology Results (TOTAL) is a global provider of convenient electronic waste recycling services.

ELECTRONIC WASTE

E-WASTE


More than 20 million tons of electronic waste are produced each year. As a result, many local environmental agencies require businesses to recycle old electronic equipment due to the potentially hazardous components of electronic waste. Toxic, regulated metals such as arsenic, lead, and mercury can be found in various electronic equipment. This toxicity means computers and electronic peripherals cannot be placed in municipal waste containers or taken to disposal sites such as landfills and incinerators.

Because of these bans, businesses are required to select a qualified recycler to handle their e-waste. Total Technology Results (TOTAL) is a global provider of convenient electronic waste recycling services.

Device Lifecycle Management

If placed in a landfill, e-waste can be tremendously harmful to people and the environment. Improper disposal can lead to significant fines and negative environmental impacts, such as polluted drinking water and harmed ecosystems. By adequately recycling e-waste, organizations can avoid high fines, conserve resources, save energy, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

If placed in a landfill, e-waste can be tremendously harmful to people and the environment. Improper disposal can lead to significant fines and negative environmental impacts, such as polluted drinking water and harmed ecosystems. By adequately recycling e-waste, organizations can avoid high fines, conserve resources, save energy, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Our Green Initiative

E-waste encompasses all broken, unusable, and outdated devices. Not every device is at the end of its life; some are just obsolete for your purpose. A large number of devices labeled as e-waste are not waste at all. Many devices can be reused, resold, or salvaged. E-recycling utilizes this plentiful resource for raw materials such as silver, gold, palladium, and copper.

E-waste encompasses all broken, unusable, and outdated devices. Not every device is at the end of its life; some are just obsolete for your purpose. A large number of devices labeled as e-waste are not waste at all. Many devices can be reused, resold, or salvaged. E-recycling utilizes this plentiful resource for raw materials such as silver, gold, palladium, and copper.

OUR ELECTRONIC WASTE PARTNER

e-Recycling of California (ERC) is the primary end-of-life recycling partner of TOTAL. ERC processes over seventy million pounds of electronic devices annually. ERC holds two significant industry gold standard certifications: E-Stewards V2.0, and ISO14001. TOTAL relies on ERC and its network of certified service partners to provide ethical recycling for our customers.

OUR ELECTRONIC WASTE PARTNER

e-Recycling of California (ERC) is the primary end-of-life recycling partner of TOTAL. ERC processes over seventy million pounds of electronic devices annually. ERC holds two significant industry gold standard certifications: E-Stewards V2.0, and ISO14001. TOTAL relies on ERC and its network of certified service partners to provide ethical recycling for our customers.

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Medical facilities and healthcare organizations often end up with devices that must be securely destroyed. TOTAL has decades of experience in managing sensitive, confidential waste. Our certified destruction management process makes sure that products will be destroyed and prevented from being resold or reused.

We provide options for detailed tracking, photo evidence, and complete product destruction. Recycling of products that need to be taken off the market is by appointment only.

Medical facilities and healthcare organizations often end up with devices that must be securely destroyed. TOTAL has decades of experience in managing sensitive, confidential waste. Our certified destruction management process makes sure that products will be destroyed and prevented from being resold or reused.

We provide options for detailed tracking, photo evidence, and complete product destruction. Recycling of products that need to be taken off the market is by appointment only.

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