E-waste represents around 2% of America's trash in landfills.
But equals over 70% of overall toxic waste.
Most "e-waste" is actually not waste at all, but rather whole electronic equipment.
E-waste is the fastest growing municipal waste stream in America, according to the EPA.
Electronic items that are considered to be hazardous include, but are not limited to:
IT Command - Free eWaste Pickup
If your school, library, or company is within the radious listed below, you can set up a free pickup for the following electronic waste:
Functioning or Not Functioning:
- Networking Systems
- Security Cameras
- Hard Drives
We Do Not Take:
- CRT (tube) monitors or TVs
- Computers between 1999 and 2005
- Leaking devices
We guarantee safety for you and your staff or students. All functioning hard drives are wiped with pentagon-level hard drive wiping. All data is overwritten so it cannot be recovered. Note that if you are looking for data recovery, we offer that here.
ITCMD wastes no materials. Whatever parts we cannot properly recycle or reuse are sent directly to services that can recycle the parts safely.
Set up a Pick Up
If you are a college or company with large amounts of eWaste and are not in our serviced towns, please contact us.
Call: (508) 841-5448 (Please leave a message)