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E-Waste Certification for Businesses and IT Managers

It is a legal requirement for you to have your e-waste recycled correctly.

Office electronics contain numerous hazardous chemical compounds and therefore must be disposed of by your business correctly. Always ensure your business is issued an e-waste certification. The certificate number can be used to verify the items you had recycled, helping insure against any potential prosecution.

 

 

 
 
 

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 Certificates

E-waste certification for businesses & IT managers

The chief purpose of certification is to provide proof to the NJDEP that you have recycled your business electronics correctly. There are two certificates available, one is for your business and the other is for IT managers.

 

E-Waste Accreditation for IT Managers

The merits of CIO e-waste disposal certification

For displaying your certificate in reception areas, we offer a paper certificate with an additional frame option. For displaying your e-waste certified status on your website, on Facebook, on Linkedin, on Wordpress, or in your company bio, brochure and even professional resume, we offer an e-waste certified logo.

 
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The merits of corporate social responsibility recognition

Displaying your certificate clearly makes a positive statement about your business’s policy toward socially responsible commerce and environmental sustainability.

The merits of CIO e-waste certification

IT manager certification shows awareness of ewaste regulation and competent performance in IT asset retirement.

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Business E-Waste Certification

E-waste certification for Businesses in NJ

Many businesses choose to display their certificates in reception areas. Displaying your certificate clearly makes a positive statement about your business’s policy toward socially responsible commerce and environmental sustainability. However, the chief purpose of certification is to provide proof to the NJDEP that your business has recycled its electronics correctly. Therein, gaining an e-waste certificate is a by-product of recycling your IT hardware, computers and other such e-waste within State and EPA guidelines and laws.

Using ‘Newtech Corporate Electronics Recycling’ to dispose of your office IT hardware, electrically powered equipment and machinery automatically makes your business eligible for e-waste certification. This is because Newtech is State authorized to recycle your e-waste, and will safely collect directly from your location, demanufacture your equipment (disassemble) correctly and recycle the many hazardous compounds.

Using your e-waste certified logo on your website or any other social media website (e.g. Facebook) is a great way of telling your clients and suppliers that you are a professionally responsible organization. The e-waste certified logo issued to your company must link to your on-line certificate, which is held at NJ-E-Waste.com. This link is required as proof of your certification. Your business is also permitted to use your e-waste certified logo on your brochures and company documentation providing the logo is accompanied with your certification number.

Your certification number is held in the Newtech Corporate Electronics Recycling database for a period of 3 years and can be used to recall a record of the items you recycled.

If you hold a Silver, Gold or Platinum recyclers membership card with us please be aware you are entitled to a framed certificate free of charge. For more info please fill out the form below:

 
 
 

IT Manager E-Waste Certification

E-waste certification for IT managers.

In recent years many IT managers have used their e-waste certificates to help further their careers. Please be aware Newtech only issues e-waste certificates to managers responsible for disposing of their business’s collective e-waste. Simply, handing in an old cell phone is not enough to gain an IT managers’ certification.

Displaying your certificate clearly makes a positive statement about your abilities to manage the retirement of IT assets in a professional and legal manner. Your paper certification can be used in the pursuit of advancing your career; however, Newtech cannot be called upon for individual references. This is simply because we have thousands of IT directors and CIO’s that are certified and it is too costly to write personal endorsements for each and every one. Instead, we hold a publicly accessible copy of your certification, with our endorsement of your skills on-line at NJ-E-Waste.com.

If you are using your e-waste certified logo in facebook, linkedin, wordpress and any other website you are required to link the logo to your certificate stored on-line at the NJ-E-Waste.com website. This is to help us identify fraudulent usage of the certification logo.

The chief purpose of certification is to provide proof to the NJDEP that you have recycled your business’s electronics correctly. Therein, gaining an e-waste certificate is a by-product of recycling your IT hardware, computers and other such e-waste within State and EPA guidelines and laws. Using ‘Newtech Corporate Electronics Recycling’ to dispose of your office IT hardware, electrically powered equipment and machinery automatically makes you eligible for e-waste certification. This is because Newtech is State authorized to recycle e-waste, and will correctly collect your e-waste, safely demanufacture (disassemble) your equipment and recycle the many hazardous compounds found in electronic equipment.

If you hold a Silver, Gold or Platinum recyclers membership card with us please be aware you are entitled to a framed certificate free of charge. For more info please fill out the form below:

 
 
 

Get Your FREE E-Waste Certification Media Pack

 
 

If you would like a copy of our FREE media pack which explains more about e-waste certification, how it can be used to help your business and career, you can order one below. It will be e-mailed to you as a PDF brochure (only available in English at this current time) within the next 24 hours.  Your contact details will not be used for spam e-mails or shared with any other party.     

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Why Certify?

Your PC is considered toxic waste.

It sounds absurd that your office printer, PC and even our cell phones are classified as toxic waste but in fact all electronic scrap components, especially CRT monitors, can contain contaminants such as lead, cadmium, beryllium, or brominated flame retardants.

There were close to 400 million computers sold in the U.S. last year and Server, Desktop, Mobile PC sales are rising rapidly. With the life expectancy of these electronics only being 2 or 3 years it becomes almost impossible to imagine how we could even manage to dump 400,000,000 into U.S. landfills, let alone how much toxic waste that amounts to.

The only solution is to safely dismantle your old equipment and fully recycle it, which is why the State of New Jersey has passed several laws that forbid businesses dumping their old computers, IT hardware, copiers and printers. This desperate attempt, by the government, to help prevent the hazardous chemicals found in e-waste from poisoning the New Jersey population might have failed if it were not for the support of the NJ business community and its many IT managers.


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What is Electronic Waste & E-Waste Certification?

New Jersey business community leading the way in e-waste disposal.

The term ‘electronic waste’ is commonly abbreviated to the much shorter term of ‘e-waste’. This simplified term is mainly used to classify a comprehensive range of electrically powered equipment, goods and machinery that has been deemed fit for disposal or recycling. Everything from your business’s telephone systems, cell phones, laptops, printers, PC’s, servers and photocopiers will fall into the classification of e-waste eventually.

It is extremely important that you do not throw-out or discard your unwanted computers, monitors and keyboards or any other e-waste with your regular trash. E-waste has to be de-manufactured and destroyed through recycling. It cannot be dumped or disposed of in any other way. This is because everything from your cell phone to your computer screen contains deadly toxins. If e-waste is not disposed of correctly, it can result in polluting your environment, food and drinking water.

The State of New Jersey has passed several laws that forbid businesses dumping their old computers, IT hardware, copiers and printers. This desperate attempt, by the government, to help prevent the hazardous chemicals found in e-waste from poisoning the New Jersey population might have failed if it were not for the support of the NJ business community and its many IT managers.

To help prove to the government that the business community and IT managers of New Jersey have recycled their e-waste, special e-waste certificates are issued. An e-waste certification proves that you and your business disposed of e-waste legally and should your business be inspected by the NJDEP, the certification number can be used to match the items of e-waste you recycled.


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