How To Know If You’re Properly Disposing Of Your Old Electronics

How To Know If You’re Properly Disposing Of Your Old Electronics

Most consumer electronics today like TV, cellphones, or laptops are easily affordable which means that there is a high chance of consumers discarding them when a newer product arrives in the market. On the other hand, old electronic devices pile up at home and need to...
What to Do With Old Computers Here Are 5 Things

What to Do With Old Computers Here Are 5 Things

Knowing how to properly disposal of your unused electronics can cause a feeling of stress. Did you know the U.S. produces more e-waste annually than any other country in the world? About 9.4 million tons of electronics are disposed of by Americans annually. Most...
6 Things You Always Wanted to Know About E-Waste Recycling

6 Things You Always Wanted to Know About E-Waste Recycling

Many of us have pondered over the term ‘e-waste’ because of our limited awareness of the industry. Many companies do not have enough awareness about what to do with their electronic devices once they decide to dispose of them. At Surplus Service, our customer...
The Ultimate Guide to Surplus Electronics

The Ultimate Guide to Surplus Electronics

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...
5 Common Myths About E-waste Recycling

5 Common Myths About E-waste Recycling

Go into any office nowadays, and you’re bound to see electronic devices —from computers and cell phones to copy machines and networking equipment—being used for all sorts of day-to-day activities. But once those electronics become obsolete and need to be disposed of,...
3 Ways to Properly Handle E-waste and Avoid Paying Millions Of Dollars in Fines

3 Ways to Properly Handle E-waste and Avoid Paying Millions Of Dollars in Fines

Over the years, many organizations—across the country and globally—have been fined or sued millions of dollars for the improper destruction or disposal of e-waste. A few cases include Big Lots, Dollar General and even technology giants such as Apple. Big Lots had to...
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