Surplus Service is a San Francisco, CA Bay Area-based e-waste management business that specializes in ITAD, medical recycling, electronic liquidation, reverse logistics and data eradication. They pick up electronics from anywhere in North America and recycle them ethically using their specialized UpcyclIT(r) e-waste management solutions. Not just that, they are awarded the 2018 Governor’s Environmental […]

As a part of a Business Appreciation Visit, Surplus Service was honored to have Mayor Lily, Christina Briggs, Economic Development Director, Jim Tietz, Economic Development Advisory Commissioner, Donovan Lazaro, Economic Development Manager at our Surplus Service headquarters.  Their insightful discussions make us feel that the future of sustainability is bright, and we are on the right path for a sustainable […]

Did you know in New York alone 100,000 tons of metal can be recycled from the 239,000 tons of trash that people throw out? Yes, we are serious. Most people are unaware of the recycling process and the benefits that they provide. Mostly its lack of awareness or apathy that makes them throw trash out […]

In theory, electronic recycling budgets are made to be spent, but companies usually find a surplus amount that is saved at the end of the year. When companies invest in making sustainable choices and take an effort to implement recycling programs, they sell their recyclable waste and in turn earn money back that was used […]

The explosive growth in the electronics industry has taken the world by a storm leading to a growing issue of end-of-life electronics. Toxic materials from these electronic devices like lead, cadmium, mercury are released into landfills which in turn pollute the environment and threaten the spread of harmful diseases to human and animal life. If […]

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