Secur provides electronics recycling services to a wide range of clients including local, national and international businesses, other electronics recyclers, local governments managing residential collections and electronics manufacturers who are required to meet state and country legislative requirements.
We offer collection and logistics support, guaranteed data destruction and online reporting. Our facilities operate to best industry and government standards. We are the leading industry voice in driving best practices within the electronic recycling industry.
Most of the electronics received are broken and not within the means of repair, have outdated technology, or lack the functionality needed, thus these products are not suitable for resale and have reached their End of Life. We offer businesses an environmentally compliant process to address these electronics and to aid in landfill prevention. We accept large quantities of End of Life electronics from businesses for recycling, that are then disassembled and separated for shredding. The result of this process is the production of raw commodities such as plastic, steel, aluminum, circuit boards, and more, which can then be reused. Our recycling services help our customers demonstrate their environmental concern, while minimizing their carbon footprint.
Materials received for Electronics Recycling will be dismantled and shredded to refine for base commodities such as; steel, aluminum, plastic, circuit boards, etc.
Computer Parts and Accessories:
- Desktop, tower or server cases (empty or not)
- Motherboards, loose cards and CPUs, RAM sticks, fans, power supplies, and heat sinks
- Peripherals such as; monitors, keyboards, mice, scanners, and printers
- Drives of all kinds (hard disks, floppy, CD, ZIP, Syquest, magneto-optical, tape, etc.)
- Networking equipment such as hubs, switches, routers, cords, and cables
- CD-ROM or DVD disks
- Telecommunication Equipment
- Photocopiers, fax machines, and calculators
- Cell phones and accessories Manufacture/Manufacturing Excess/Surplus
Electronic Components and Parts – Surplus/Obsolete:
- Plastic, fibers, ferrous, and non-ferrous metals Home Entertainment:
- Televisions (CRTs), VCRs, and DVD players
- Stereo equipment
- Digital cameras and camcorders
- Video game consoles and accessories
- Satellite dishes and systems Small Household Appliances:
- Toasters, blenders, coffee makers, hair dryers, vacuum cleaners, etc.