The Ultimate Glossary of Terms About Electronic Recycling

The Ultimate Glossary of Terms About Electronic Recycling

The disposal of electronics is a growing problem today, electronic devices contain harmful and hazardous substances that can cause damage to the environment. Did you know according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) more than four million tons of e-waste go...
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...
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...
5 Things We All Hate About Surplus Electronics

5 Things We All Hate About Surplus Electronics

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...
The Future of E-Waste Sustainability Is Bright

The Future of E-Waste Sustainability Is Bright

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...
U.S. Cities in ‘Waiting Game’ as Recycling Industry Faces Major Correction

U.S. Cities in ‘Waiting Game’ as Recycling Industry Faces Major Correction

According to a recent report, half of the recyclables in some cities of the U.S. have been taken to an incineration facility and burned. This comes in after a recent ban by China on the import of recyclable items intended for reuse. However, some conscientious...
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