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Movie Clip About Hard Drive & Data Destruction

The safest way to dispose of computer hard disk drives

This short snippet shows information about the hard drive destruction and data sterilization service offered by Newtech Corporate Electronics Recycling.

 

State Regulated Collection,
Disposal & Recycling

Secure Well Managed IT Asset Disposal.
Newtech Corporate Recycling New Jersey.
 
 
 

Step 1

What E-Waste Do You Have?

 

Step 2

Collection or Drop Off?

 

Step 3

Disposal Including Hard Drives?

 

Step 4

Recycling & Reporting

 

Step 5

Accreditation & Support

 
 
 
The Full Documentary
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Ewaste Documentary
 
 
The Six Core Services
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Ewaste Documentary
 
 
Hard Drive & Data Destruction
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Ewaste Documentary
 
 
Your Ewaste Certification
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Ewaste Documentary
 
 
Small Amount of E-Waste
A Few Things Kicking Around the Office
Small Amount of E-Waste
 
 
Medium Amount of E-Waste
Between 50 & 100 Items
Medium Amount of E-Waste
 
 
Large Amount of E-Waste
Between 100 & 200 Items
Large Amount of E-Waste
 
 
Corporate IT Asset Disposal
End of Life Large Scale Asset Retirement
Corporate IT Asset Disposal
 
 
E-Waste
Collection Options
   
 
We Collect it
Ewaste Pick Ups Anywhere in NJ
 
 
Disposal
Demanufacturing
   
 
We Disassemble It
The Securest Option
 
 
Recycling
Landfill Free
   
 
We Recycle 99%
State Regulated Disposal
 
 
Certification
E-Waste Accredited
   
 
We Accredit You
E-Waste Management Certified
 
 
Accepted Materials
E-Waste Processed
   
 
We Take All This
Electrical Equipment & PC's
 
 
Hard Drive Disposal
Wipe, EMP Sterilize & Shredding
   
 
We Destroy All Data
Data Hard Disk Drive Destruction
 
 
Discount Options
Special Treatment for Businesses
   
 
CIO MEMBERSHIP
We Offer Annual Discount Cards
 
 
Making It Easy
Helping All Sizes of Business
   
 
Promotions & Offers
For Businesses In NJ
 
electronics waste collection
 

Online Estimate For Ewaste Management

 
 

If you are interested in getting a quick quote, or just a rough price guide then simply use the below form and we will e-mail you back with automatic estimate.   

 
 
Number of Items For Disposal:
Item qnty   Item qnty
PC's   Printers
Servers   Copiers
Laptops   Fax
Monitors   Scanner
TV sets   Phones
Speakers   IT Hardware
Cables   Other
 
Recycling for
Contact Name
Company Name 
Contact E-mail
Telephone Number
 
Additional
Number of hard drives you want wiped
Collection or Drop-off
Any Message For Us
 
     
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hard Drive Disposal, Data Destruction & Permanently Deleting Files on a Computer or Phone.

Help & advice for aiding in the legal & secure disposal of computers & IT hardware

The most commonly asked questions revolving around the subject of PC disposal are to do with data protection. Primarily, most people are concerned that data or files held on their old computers and other such electronic devices could be accessed by criminals during, and even after, the disposal process.   The following questions and answers have been created to help explain the best practice for permanently deleting and destroying information held on hard drives: 

 
   
 

1. Disposing Of Your Hard Drives
2. Are There Any Hard Drive Disposal Laws?
3. Hard Drive Recycling – How are Hard Drives Recycled?
4. Are There Any Easy Ways to Destroy a Hard Drive?
5. How Do I Permanently Delete Files from My Hard Disk?
6. How to Destroy a Hard Drive before Disposal?
7. How to Destroy a Hard Drive Disk?
8. How to Destroy a PC Drive Disk?
9. How to Permanently Delete Data from a Computer?
10. How to Quickly Destroy a Hard Drive?
11. NJ Hard Drive Destruction - Certified, Secure and Onsite
12. Where Do I Dispose Of Hard Drives?

 
     
 

Disposing Of Your Hard Drives

Do you have an old hard drive filled with inaccessible or sensitive data? Do you want to be certain that even though you’ve deleted the files the data on your hard drive will never be recovered again?  There are a few things you need to know: usually deleting files will not actually physically remove the file from the hard drive or the memory system of a computer, laptop, tablet or phone.   Disposing of your hard drives in a way that ensures no files can ever be accessed will require the hard drive being removed from the machine (excluding phones) then the drive will need to undergo software sterilization, degaussing with an EMP charge and then finally the computer disks need to be shredded.  Don’t worry, it’s not expensive, it’s a painless & quick process, call now: 732.564.3110. CLICK HERE to go back to the top of the list for Frequently Asked Questions about Hard Drive Disposal, Data Destruction & Permanently Deleting Files on a Computer or Phone.

Are There Any Hard Drive Disposal Laws?

Your hard drive is classified as ewaste, so that means don’t throw it out with the regular trash.  You have to have your hard drive recycled.  It probably seems like a hassle but it’s not, The Newtech Corporate Recycling Programme disposes of millions of hard drives each year.  It’s a service that’s designed to protect your privacy, ensure there are no liabilities and conform to data destruction and ewaste recycling laws. CLICK HERE to go back to the top of the list for Frequently Asked Questions about Hard Drive Disposal, Data Destruction & Permanently Deleting Files on a Computer or Phone.

Hard Drive Recycling – How are Hard Drives Recycled?

Hard drives contain serval different types and grades of metals & plastics.  These can be found in the casing, circuitry and mechanics of the hard drive unit.  It is possible to recycle these materials; however a separation process involving a team armed with nothing more than screw drivers would be a lengthy and uneconomical method.  By far the most effective process of hard drive recycling can be achieved through the use of a hard drive shredder.  Although technically the hard drive is shredded into tiny pieces and at first glance this might seem harder to separate into coper, aluminium and plastic, in reality it’s actually made easier.  Furthermore, this process of hard drive recycling provides less human interaction and removes any security risks or liabilities relating to data protection.  In essence recycling hard drives is simply the best way to dispose of an old hard drive, especially if it has held sensitive data or files.            CLICK HERE to go back to the top of the list for Frequently Asked Questions about Hard Drive Disposal, Data Destruction & Permanently Deleting Files on a Computer or Phone.

Are There Any Easy Ways to Destroy a Hard Drive?

There is no question that by far the easiest and securest way to destroy a hard drive is to have it shredded.  Obviously, you’re not likely to have your own hard drive shredder kicking around, but why would you need one when most computer disposal recyclers are equipped with this hardware.

Over the years our organization has received millions of hard drives, on occasion we see some truly bizarre DIY attempts to destroy the data and files held on computer memory & drives.  For your entertainment here are the top ten oddest attempts to destroy a hard drive:

  1. Shooting the hard drive
  2. Burning the hard drive with a blow torch
  3. Electrifying the hard drive
  4. Crushing the hard drive with a hammer
  5. Nailing the hard drive
  6. Using hardware tools on the hard drive such as drills
  7. Shredding the hard drive with an axe
  8. Soaking the hard drive in a bucket of water
  9. Magnetizing the hard drive by covering it in old stereo speakers
  10. Microwaving the hard drive

I hope you’ll agree that’s a pretty crazy top 10 list of how not to destroy a hard drive. In the non-crazy world the easiest way to dispose of old computer hard drives is to pick up your telephone and dial: 732.564.3110. We will automatically and securely wipe the disk, which purges all data files, then, we will neutralize the disk with an EMP charge, shred the hard drive in flakes and finally melt down those flakes.  You will not need to do a thing, which is by far the easiest and safest way for you to destroy a hard drive. CLICK HERE to go back to the top of the list for Frequently Asked Questions about Hard Drive Disposal, Data Destruction & Permanently Deleting Files on a Computer or Phone.

How Do I Permanently Delete Files from My Hard Disk?

This question is asked by I.T. Directors and home PC users alike.  If you’re wondering “what’s the best way to permanently delete files from a computer hard disk” you’re probably concerned about identity theft, the leaking of business sensitive data, personal files and images being accessed by criminals and many other worrying possibilities.   Not wishing to worry you even more but deleting files (even from the recycling bin) doesn’t actually remove the file; it just removes the path to it.  The file can still be accessed directly from the hard drive where it will remain until it is eventually copied over by other files so many times that it can’t be recovered.  One of the best ways to permanently delete files from a hard drive is by using a kill-disk software app but make sure all the files you want to keep are backed up separately from the hard drive because this software will destroy your computer disk.  To truly and permanently delete files from a hard disk you have to physically destroy the drive.  Before you charge at your computer with a hammer save yourself the time, Newtech will kill your disk permanently, deleting files whilst wiping data into oblivion through a process that ends with shredding the hard drives into small flakes.   This service is incredibly cheap and the only true way to guarantee that a file on your computer is permanently deleted. CLICK HERE to go back to the top of the list for Frequently Asked Questions about Hard Drive Disposal, Data Destruction & Permanently Deleting Files on a Computer or Phone.

 
 
 

How to Destroy a Hard Drive before Disposal

The golden rule of destroying a hard drive before it’s disposed of is firstly ‘backup’ your data.  It probably needs to go without saying but don’t backup your data to a partition on the hard drive your disposing of (it happens).  It’s easy to think you’re backing up to another hard drive when in reality you’re just backing up to a section of the hard disk you are destroying.  Don’t forget business data especially needs to be backed up securely, failure can result in a trip to federal prison.  

Next, after the backup wipe the drive. A hard drive needs to be wiped before beginning destruction. While the more advanced methods of destruction (i.e. EMP and Shredding) will do a pretty good job of rendering data irretrievable, you have to be 100 percent guaranteed. Wiping your data and then destroying the hard drive is the best way. Realistically, a serious wipe of your computer will probably do the job without needing to shred the disk, only highly skilled individuals with very serious equipment would have any chance at recovering your data.  A hard drive wipe, and then a shred, will truly result in a job well done – not even the NSA could rebuild your hard drive!

The Newtech Corporate Recycling team provide everything from the wiping to the shredding of hard drives.  The service starts by opening the computer case to find the hard disk drive.  Computer drives are located in different spots in each type of case, sometimes located within a metal box.  Thankfully, the team have a great deal of experience and usually have a hard disk drive out of a computer in a few minutes.   Newtech offers a business service that will remove hard drives and destroy them at your location or within our secure facility.

You could open the hard drive yourself, remove the magnets, then remove the platter and shatter or cut up the drive yourself to ensure the hard drive is destroyed before you send it to Newtech for disposal.  However, 99.9% of our clients usually rely on our data destruction team and their checks and balances to ensure the job gets done 100% correctly without you having to do anything.      CLICK HERE to go back to the top of the list for Frequently Asked Questions about Hard Drive Disposal, Data Destruction & Permanently Deleting Files on a Computer or Phone.

How to Destroy a Hard Drive Disk?

To answer the question of “how to destroy a hard drive disk”, you have to look at the different types of hard drives in use.  Obviously, the type of hardware dictates the type of hard drive you might be looking to destroy.  For example, destroying a computer hard drive disk or wiping the files on an iPhones hard drive can involve a totally different process to destroying a laptop disk.  Apart from the difference in shape and size hard drive disks also vary in materials.   The modern, super-fast hard drive exists in a solid state, with no actual spinning disk, much like the computer stick (USB memory).  EMP charges are less effective on solid state hard drives; they have to physically be destroyed by hard drive shredding.  The Newtech Corporate Recycling hard drive and data destruction programme is designed to identify what type of hard disk drive you have and deliver the exact solution needed to utterly destroy it and any hidden data held on it. For more information about this service call now: 732.564.3110. CLICK HERE to go back to the top of the list for Frequently Asked Questions about Hard Drive Disposal, Data Destruction & Permanently Deleting Files on a Computer or Phone.

How to Destroy a PC Drive Disk?

The question of how to dispose of hard drives from computers is the single most frequently asked.  A lot of callers need to know how to dispose of hard drives safely and just as importantly, how to dispose of hard drives securely?  Our reply to this is don’t attempt to destroy a PC’s hard disk yourself, driving nails or burning a drive disk just makes the job of destroying it properly harder for us.  If you really feel you need to destroy a PC drive disk before sending Newtech your computer to recycle then use ‘drive disk killing software’ that should wipe the data from the drive and then ask us to shred it as a double measure.   CLICK HERE to go back to the top of the list for Frequently Asked Questions about Hard Drive Disposal, Data Destruction & Permanently Deleting Files on a Computer or Phone.

How to Permanently Delete Data from a Computer?

We get asked how to permanently delete data from iPhones, Tablets & iPads quite frequently.  We are even asked how to permanently delete files from a Mac operating system as many feel it might be a different process to permanently deleting files from hard drives using a Windows computer or PC.  The process of permanently deleting files from a computer is the same, whether a MAC or Windows OS is being used and even if it’s a PC or laptop.  The question we tend to ask is just how permanently do, you want to delete files from the computer.  I.e. do you want to delete data without ever being able to recover it but still use the hard drive?  Or, do you want to permanently delete files from a PC hard drive with a view to disposing of the computer or hard drive?

If you are asking “how to permanently delete files from a hard drive?” with a view to keeping the hard drive for further use, then we are unable to assist you.  The Newtech service is focused on how to permanently delete files from a PC hard drive that needs to be recycled or disposed of.

If you are interested in how to permanently delete files from a Mac hard drive, or how to permanently delete files from Windows hard drives before disposing of you Mac or PC then we can help.  There is a fee for this service, it’s not very much money but apart from providing peace of mind, it’s absolutely essential, so please call today to get the most up-to-date prices or to book the service. CLICK HERE to go back to the top of the list for Frequently Asked Questions about Hard Drive Disposal, Data Destruction & Permanently Deleting Files on a Computer or Phone.

How to Quickly Destroy a Hard Drive?

We’ve all seen the movies where computer hackers are quickly trying to fry all their hard drives before the Feds kick down the door.  In reality we rarely get asked “how to quickly destroy a hard drive?” the usual question is “how quickly can you destroy hard drives?”  The answer depends on how many hard drives you need to shred?  Newtech Corporate Recycling is constantly destroying hard drives, on average; a hard drive shredder can destroy over 200 hard disks an hour.      CLICK HERE to go back to the top of the list for Frequently Asked Questions about Hard Drive Disposal, Data Destruction & Permanently Deleting Files on a Computer or Phone.

NJ Hard Drive Destruction - Certified, Secure and Onsite‎

To physically destroy a hard drive and then recycle the remains of the hard drive legally you need to be State approved to handle ewaste.  Scrapping old business computers is not simply a case of throwing them into a dumpster or giving them to a recycler you should always check that they a fully certified.  Knowing what to do with old computers is important because failure to recycle properly and destroy even the data on a photocopier can result in massive fines and long term incarceration. CLICK HERE to go back to the top of the list for Frequently Asked Questions about Hard Drive Disposal, Data Destruction & Permanently Deleting Files on a Computer or Phone.

Where Do I Dispose Of Hard Drives?

Knowing where to dispose of old computers, who can wipe the files of a hard disk drive and how to wipe hard drives correctly is important knowledge.  The Newtech Corporate Electronics Recycling Service has been created to provide that knowledge and help you make the right choices.  This service helps protect you legally and works to uphold all the environmental laws in place to ensure this type of ewaste remains out of landfill sites.  There is a small fee for this service but we hope you’ll think it’s worth every penny, call today for more information:  732.564.3110 CLICK HERE to go back to the top of the list for Frequently Asked Questions about Hard Drive Disposal, Data Destruction & Permanently Deleting Files on a Computer or Phone.

 
 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR LAPTOP RECYCLING
LAPTOP DISPOSAL
  Laptops should not be treated as office garbage or thrown out with the regular trash. Learn more about laptop computer disposal and get information about a drop off or a collection by clicking the link below.  

PROPERLY RETIRING OLD LAPTOPS

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR PC RECYCLING
PC DISPOSAL
  PC’s and computer hardware should not be treated as office trash thrown out with the garbage. Learn more about PC disposal and get information about dropping off or having your PC’s collected by clicking the link below.  

DATA SECURE OFFICE PC RECYCLING

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR COMPUTER RECYCLING
COMPUTER DISPOSAL
  Business computers and IT hardware should not be treated as trash or garbage. Learn about computer disposal and get information about hard drive wiping, & having your computers disposed of correctly.  

SECURE OFFICE COMPUTER RECYCLING

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR SERVER RECYCLING
SERVER DISPOSAL
  Learn more about computer server disposal and get information about total hard drive & data destruction, and having your servers disposed of legally by clicking the link below.  

DATA SECURE SERVER RECYCLING

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR iPADS and TABLET RECYCLING
iPADS and TABLET DISPOSAL
  iPads and tablets should not be treated as office garbage or thrown out with the regular trash. Learn more about iPads and tablets disposal and get information about a drop off times or ewaste collections options by clicking the link below.  

RECYCLING iPADS AND TABLETS

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR CRT MONITOR RECYCLING
PROPERLY RECYCLING CATHODE RAY TUBE MONITORS
  It is illegal to treated CRT monitors and TV’s as garbage or to throw them out with the regular trash. Learn more about CRT screen disposal and get information about a drop off times or ewaste collections options by clicking the link below.  

PROPERLY RECYCLING CRT MONITORS

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR COMPUTER SCREEN RECYCLING
COMPUTER SCREEN DISPOSAL
  Computer monitors and flat screens must be recycled it is illegal to dispose of these items with the normal garbage or to throw them out with the regular trash. For computer screen disposal get information about a drop off times or ewaste collections optionsclicking below.  

RECYCLING COMPUTER MONITORS

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR NETWORK RECYCLING
NETWORK DISPOSAL
  Network hardware should not be treated as office trash thrown out with the garbage. Learn more about information technology and network hardware disposal by clicking the link below.  

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY RECYCLING

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR PRINTER RECYCLING
PRINTER DISPOSAL
  It is illegal in New Jersey to treated business printers as garbage or to throw them out with the office trash. Learn more about the correct way to dispose of office printers and get information about a drop off times or ewaste collections options by clicking the link below.  

RECYCLING OFFICE PRINTERS

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR PHOTOCOPIER RECYCLING
PHOTOCOPIER DISPOSAL
  If you have an old or broken photocopier that you need removing NJ-E-WASTE.com can help. Learn more about the correct way to dispose of office photocopiers and get information about a drop off times or e-waste collections options by clicking the link below.  

PROPERLY RECYCLING OFFICE COPIERS

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR PHONE & FAX RECYCLING
PHONE and FAX DISPOSAL
  Please do not throw telephone systems and fax machines out with the regular trash. NJ-EWASTE.com can help. Learn more about phone and fax disposal and get information about a drop off times or ewaste collections options by clicking the link below.  

RECYCLING OF PHONES AND FAXES

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR CPU’s, MOTHERBOARDS & CIRCUIT BOARD RECYCLING
CPU MOTHERBOARDS and CIRCUIT BOARD DISPOSAL
  Do not throw out CPU’s and circuit boards with the garbage or trash. Learn more about CPU’s and circuit boards disposal and get information about total hard drive destruction, and having your CPU’s and circuit boards disposed of legally by clicking the link below.  

DATA SECURE CPU RECYCLING

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR CABLES & WIRE RECYCLING
CABLES and WIRE DISPOSAL
  Network cables and wires must be recycled; it is illegal to dispose of these items with the normal garbage or to throw them out with the regular trash. Learn more about network cables and wire disposal and get information about a drop off times or ewaste collections options by clicking the link below.  

THE PROPER RECYCLING OF CABLES

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR HARD DRIVE & COMPUTER CD DVD DRIVE RECYCLING
HARD DRIVE and COMPUTER CD DVD DRIVE DISPOSAL
  Computer hard disk drives and data storage devices should not be treated as regular trash when it comes time to dispose of them. It is illegal to throw out hard drives with the office garbage or trash, because they contain deadly toxins. Having your HDD’s disposed of legally by clicking the link below.  

DATA SECURE HARD DRIVE RECYCLING

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR SCANNER & COPIER RECYCLING
SCANNER and COPIER DISPOSAL
  Get help today with the disposal of your unwanted scanners and copiers. Call to arrange a pickup. Please remember scanners and copiers are not to be treated as regular garbage they must not be left out with the trash. To learn more or to arrange the removal of old or broken scanners and copiers please click the below link.  

RECYCLING SCANNERS & COPIERS

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR TV & PROJECTOR RECYCLING
TV and PROJECTOR DISPOSAL
  Office TV sets and projectors need to be recycled and should not be treated as regular trash when it comes time to dispose of them. It is illegal to throwaway TV sets and projectors with the office trash and garbage because they contain deadly toxins. Have your TV’s and projectors disposed of legally by clicking the link below.  

TV & PROJECTOR RECYCLING

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR OFFICE CONFERENCE & PRESENTATION EQUIPMENT RECYCLING
BUSINESS CONFERENCE and PRESENTATION EQUIPMENT DISPOSAL
  EWASTE-NJ.COM is here to help your business with the disposal of your unwanted conference or presentation hardware. Call to talk about arranging a pickup. Please remember conferencing equipment and presentation hardware is not to be treated as everyday garbage it must be recycled and not thrown away with the trash. To learn more or to arrange the removal of unwanted, old or broken conference or presentation equipment please click the below link.  

CONFERENCE OR PRESENTATION RECYCLING

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR PROPERLY RECYCLING OLD AUDIO EQUIPMENT
PROPERLY DISPOSING OF AUDIO EQUIPMENT
  Audio equipment should not be treated as office garbage or thrown out with the regular trash. Learn more about audio equipment disposal and get information about dropping off your ewaste or having it collection by clicking the link below.  

AUDIO EQUIPMENT RECYCLING

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR CCTV MONITORS, CAMERAS and SECURITY EQUIPMENT RECYCLING
CCTV MONITORS CAMERAS and SECURITY EQUIPMENT DISPOSAL
  Get help today with the disposal of your unwanted CCTV monitors, cameras and security equipment. Call to arrange a pickup. Please remember your business security equipment and cameras are not to be treated as regular garbage they must not be left out with the trash. To learn more or to arrange the collection of old or CCTV monitors, cameras and security equipment please click the below link.  

RECYCLING OFFICE ALARMS

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR ELECTRICALLY POWERED TESTING EQUIPMENT RECYCLING
ELECTRICALLY POWERED TESTING EQUIPMENT DISPOSAL
  EWASTE-NJ.COM is here to help with the disposal of electronically powered testing hardware. Call to talk about arranging a collection and the recycling process. Please remember testing equipment is not everyday garbage it must be recycled and not discarded with office trash. To learn more or to arrange the removal of unwanted, obsolete or broken testing equipment please click the below link.  

TEST EQUIPMENT RECYCLING

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR LAB EQUIPMENT RECYCLING
LABORATORY EQUIPMENT DISPOSAL
  Get help today with the disposal of your unwanted laboratory equipment. Call to arrange a pickup. Please remember laboratory equipment is not to be treated as regular garbage it must not be left out with the trash. To learn more or to arrange the removal of old or broken laboratory equipment please click the below link.  

LABORATORY EQUIPMENT RECYCLING

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR COMMUNICATIONS HARDWARE RECYCLING
COMMUNICATIONS HARDWARE DISPOSAL
  EWASTE-NJ.COM is here to help your business with the disposal of your unwanted communications hardware and infrastructure. Communications equipment is not to be treated as trash or garbage it must be recycled. To learn more or to arrange the removal of unwanted or broken communications hardware please click the below link.  

RECYCLING COMMUNICATIONS HARDWARE

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR MANUFACTURING HARDWARE RECYCLING
MANUFACTURING HARDWARE DISPOSAL
  Manufacturing hardware should not be treated as office garbage or thrown out with the regular trash. Learn more about manufacturing equipment disposal and get information about dropping off your ewaste or having it collection by clicking the link below.  

RECYCLING OLD MANUFACTURING EQUIPMENT

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR ELECTRICAL HARDWARE RECYCLING
ELECTRICAL HARDWARE DISPOSAL
  Electrical hardware need to be recycled and should not be treated as regular trash when it comes time to dispose of them. It is illegal to throwaway electrical hardware with the office trash and garbage because they contain deadly toxins. Have your electrical hardware disposed of legally by clicking the link below.  

ELECTRICAL HARDWARE RECYCLING

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR ELECTRICAL MOTORS, RECTIFIERS & TRANSFORMS RECYCLING
ELECTRICAL MOTORS RECTIFIERS and TRANSFORMS DISPOSAL
  Unused and unwanted electrical motors, rectifiers and transforms need to be recycled and should not be treated as regular trash. It is illegal to throwaway electrical motors, rectifiers and transforms with the garbage because they contain toxins that are unsuitable for landfill disposal. Have your electrical motors, rectifiers and transforms disposed of legally, start by clicking the link below.  

RECYCLING MOTORS, RECTIFIERS & TRANSFORMS

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR ELECTRICAL MEDICAL EQUIPMENT RECYCLING
ELECTRICAL MEDICAL EQUIPMENT DISPOSAL
  It is prohibited by NJDEP to treated electrically powered medical equipment as regular garbage or trash. Please do not throw them out or drop them into a dumpster. NJ-EWASTE.com can help. Learn more about how to dispose of electrically powered medical equipment and get information about a drop off times or ewaste collections options by clicking the link below.  

RECYCLING MEDICAL EQUIPMENT

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR LARGE ELECTRONICS & ELECTRICAL HARDWARE RECYCLING
LARGE ELECTRONICS and ELECTRICAL HARDWARE DISPOSAL
  Get help today with the removal and recycling of your unwanted large scale electronics and electrically powered hardware. Call to arrange a pickup or to learn about our removal and recycling options for old or broken large scale electronics and electrically powered hardware please click the below link.  

RECYCLING LARGE ELECTRONICS

 
E WASTE COLLECTION FOR INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT RECYCLING
INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT DISPOSAL
  Get help today with the disposal of your unwanted industrial equipment. Call to arrange a pickup. Please remember industrial equipment is not to be treated as regular garbage they must not be left out with the trash. To learn more or to arrange the removal of old or broken industrial equipment please click the below link.  

HELP WITH INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT RECYCLING

 
 

  List of Ewaste Accepted

     
  RECYCLING OLD LAPTOPS   RECYCLING OLD PC's   RECYCLING OLD COMPUTER
  RECYCLING OLD SERVER   RECYCLING OLD CRT MONITORS   RECYCLING OLD OFFICE PRINTERS
  RECYCLING OLD iPADS & TABLETS   RECYCLING OLD COMPUTER SCREENS   RECYCLING OLD CONFERENCE & PRESENTATION EQUIPMENT
  RECYCLING OLD PHOTOCOPIERS   RECYCLING OLD PHONES & FAX MACHINES   RECYCLING OLD CPU’s, MOTHERBOARDS & CIRCUIT BOARDS
  RECYCLING OLD CABLES & WIRE RECYCLING   RECYCLING OLD SCANNER & COPIER   RECYCLING OLD HARD DRIVE & COMPUTER CD DVD DRIVE
  RECYCLING OLD AUDIO EQUIPMENT   RECYCLING OLD TV & PROJECTOR RECYCLING   RECYCLING OLD NETWORK HARDWARE
  RECYCLING OLD TESTING EQUIPMENT   RECYCLING OLD ELECTRICAL HARDWARE   RECYCLING OLD LABORATORY EQUIPMENT
  RECYCLING OLD MEDICAL EQUIPMENT   RECYCLING MANUFACTURING HARDWARE   RECYCLING OLD COMMUNICATIONS HARDWARE
  RECYCLING OLD LARGE ELECTONICS   RECYCLING OLD INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT   RECYCLING OLD CCTV MONITORS, CAMERAS & ALARMS
          RECYCLING OLD MOTORS, RECTIFIERS & TRANSFORMS
           
 
 
 

Recycling for the Follow Areas in New Jersey

 
 

Business ewaste collections service for New Jersey. If your business has old, unwanted office electronics, industrial machinery, printers, computers, keyboards, monitors, scientific equipment & other such ewaste & you are unable to drop this waste off at our primary facility in Somerset New Jersey then fear not, we also collect from the following counties:

Atlantic County ewaste collection for disposal and recycling

Bergen County ewaste collection for disposal and recycling

Burlington County ewaste collection for disposal and recycling

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