I.T. Supply Solutions prides itself on responsible recycling (R2) of computer equipment at the end of its life. Are your machines five or six years old or more? We can recycle your items and still give you some money back.
I.T. Supply Solutions prides itself on being one of 900 companies in the entire world with an R2 certification from Orion Registrar, which sets the industry standard for recycling electronics. This means we pledge to follow responsible recycling practices when it comes to electronics and computer equipment. We do not take R2 certification lightly: Nothing goes to a landfill. When you partner with us, you’re working with an eco-friendly company, which helps fulfill your firm’s sustainability goals.
IT asset disposition (ITAD) is the first step in responsible recycling. The I.T. Supply Solutions team assesses what a company has on hand and determines if the equipment is too old or outdated for computer remarketing, refurbishing, and reselling.
Outdated computer equipment still might have sensitive data on it. We destroy the data quickly, effectively, and using industry best practices. I.T. Supply Solutions shreds any hard drives to thousands of tiny bits to ensure no one can retrieve a single byte of data.
The main goal of recycling outdated computer equipment is to recover metals and plastics within the devices and keep them out of landfills. Some rare earth metals, such as lanthanum, cerium, neodymium, samarium, and europium, are in short supply and take a lot of effort to mine or procure. Electronics or metal suppliers buy back quantities of the metals we extract from used equipment. This is where I.T. Supply Solutions excels.
Not only do we keep rare earth metals out of landfills or from contaminating water supplies, we sell them to companies that need them for new electronics. We return some of the proceeds of the sale to you.
Are you ready to get rid of your outdated computer equipment safely and effectively? Do you need newer desktops or laptops? Contact I.T. Supply Solutions for more information.