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Electronic Waste (e-Waste) Terms and Definitions

"Corporate Electronic waste" may be defined as discarded computers, office electronic equipment, entertainment device electronics, cell phones, computer monitors (Cathode ray tubes (CRTs) are considered one of the hardest types to recycle.), printers and copiers. Electronic waste can also refer to as faulty electronic products that have been scrapped and unwanted electrically powered machinery and robotic equipment.  The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) includes discarded ewaste in its category of "hazardous waste” Some ewaste can be difficult-to-recycle, especially when mixed in loads of obsolete or non-repairable equipment.  The cleanest way of dealing with difficult-to-recycle ewaste is to demanufacture it.   This term means to disassemble into its original assembly components. Listed below are some of the more common terms relating to ewaste items, organizations and definitions.

 

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

 
 
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 RECYCLING 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 RECYCLING and get information about dropping off or having your PC’s collected by clicking 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 RECYCLING 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 RECYCLING 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 RECYCLING 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 RECYCLING 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 RECYCLING get information about a drop off times or ewaste collections options 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 RECYCLING 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 RECYCLING 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 RECYCLING 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 RECYCLING 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 RECYCLING 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 RECYCLING 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 RECYCLING 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 RECYCLING 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 RECYCLING 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 RECYCLING 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 RECYCLING 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 RECYCLING 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 RECYCLING. 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 RECYCLING 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

 

ADC – Alternative Daily Cover

ADVANCED RECOVERY FEE (ARF): A fee paid by a customer when he or she buys an electronic product. Once the consumer has used up the product and/or no longer wants it, he or she will take the product back to the retailer or manufacturer who will then use the ARF in order to dispose of the electronic product. California is the only state that currently mandates ARF; other states use the extended manufacturer responsibility.

ALKALINE BATTERIES: Alkaline batteries are a type of power cell dependent upon the reaction between zinc and manganese. The alkaline battery gets its name because it has an alkaline electrolyte of potassium hydroxide. Alkaline batteries have a higher energy density and longer shelf-life than zinc batteries.

ALUMINUM: Is a lightweight, silver-white, metallic element that makes up approximately seven percent of the Earth’s crust. Aluminum is used in a variety of ways, most commonly in the manufacture of soft drink cans. It can be recycled through curbside collection, buyback centers, or drop-off centers. This includes aluminum cans, pie plates, and aluminum foil.

ASTM - American Society for Testing and Materials

BMP – Best Management Practice

BPI – the Biodegradable Products Institute

BRRFOC/TROC – Bristol Resource Recovery Facility Operating Committee/Tunxis Recycling Operating Committee

CAA – Clean Air Act

CARCINOGENS: Substances that are known to be capable of promoting or causing cancer in humans or animals.

CATHODE RAY TUBE (CRT): Devices used to create images in the form of light on a screen. Old televisions and monitors were made using this technology, which contains a vacuum tube, electron gun, and a fluorescent screen. CRTs are environmentally hazardous because they contain large amounts of lead, which is hazardous to the environment.

CCM – CT Conference of Municipalities

CED – Covered Electronic Device

CERCLA – Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act

CFL - Compact Fluorescent Lamp

CGS – Connecticut General Statutes

CIRCUIT BOARDS [Also known as Printed Wiring Boards (PWB)]: Components which use conductive paths or copper traces and tracks to connect electronic components and make things like computers, cell phones, and all other electronic devices possible.

CLOSED LOOP MANUFACTURING: A manufacturing system that maximizes efficiency, uses recycled materials, reuses or recycles waste or scrap materials, utilizes reusable energy, and has very sustainable operations. The goal of closed loop manufacturing is to have the waste become the feedstock for new products therefore, eventually requiring no outside resources.

COMMINGLED RECYCLABLES:  A mixture of several recyclable materials in one container.

COST – Council of Small Towns

CRC – Connecticut Recyclers Coalition

CRRA – CT Resources Recovery Authority

CRT: The cathode ray tube (CRT) is a vacuum tube containing an electron gun and a fluorescent screen, with internal or external means to accelerate and deflect the electron beam, used to form images in the form of light emitted from the fluorescent screen. The image may represent electrical waveforms (oscilloscope), pictures (television, computer monitor).

CT DEEP – Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection

CURBSIDE COLLECTION: A program where recyclable materials are collected at the curb, often from special containers, to be taken to various processing facilities.

DATA DESTRUCTION / DATA WIPING: The irreversible removal of data from a media form. This can have many applications and methods, however the goal of removing data is the same.

DIOXINS: Chemical contaminants that are created during combustion processes such as incineration, forest fires, backyard burning, and more. Dioxins can cause harm to humans and can be ingested or inhaled, then stored in fatty tissue.

DMMP – Dredged Material Management Plan

DROP-OFF CENTERS: Locations that accept materials that have been separated. Such centers receive donated materials only and do not pay cash for the materials. In the County of Santa Barbara , the commodities collected at drop-off centers include newspapers, magazines, office paper (white and colored), cardboard, glass, aluminum, bi-metal cans (tin), scrap metals, #1 PETE plastics, opaque and transparent #2 HDPE plastics, and #3 through #7 hard plastics.

ECOS – Environmental Commissioners Organization of the States

ECRRA – Eastern CT Resources Recovery Authority

ELECTRONIC WASTE (ewaste, e-waste, e-scrap): The definition of electronic waste vary depending on the country defining the term. In the United States , the term “e-waste” refers to electronics such as computers, televisions, video game consoles, monitors, VCR/DVD players, cell phones, printers and scanners, fax machines, and other electrical devices that operate using a program and PWB board. In Europe and Australia , “ewaste” is defined as anything that has a plug, which also includes the American definition of the term, as well as items such as refrigerators, washing machines.

END OF LIFE (EOL): When a product is at its EOL, it can no longer be used for any purpose and should go to materials recovery.

END OF USE (EOU): This is when a product is no longer being used for the purpose for which it was purchased, but is still useful in some way.

EPA - Environmental Protection Agency

EPP – Environmentally preferable purchasing

E-WASTE: Short for electronic waste. The term e-waste is applied to all waste caused by discarding electronic devices, especially consumer electronics. E-waste is a major concern in areas of personal computing and wireless devices that are quickly discarded by consumers. The lifespan of these electronics are short-lived due to rapid technological advances and lower costs to purchase each year. Consumers generally buy new instead of reusing because their electronic device quickly becomes obsolete or it may be cheaper to purchase new.

FERROUS METAL: Ferrous is an adjective used to indicate the presence of iron. Ferrous metals include steel and pig iron (which contain a few percent of carbon) and alloys of iron with other metals (such as stainless steel).

FLUORESCENT LIGHT TUBE: A fluorescent lamp or fluorescent tube is a gas-discharge lamp that uses electricity to excite mercury vapour in argon or neon gas, resulting in a plasma that produces short-wave ultraviolet light. This light then causes a phosphor to fluoresce, producing visible light.

FOG – Fats, oils and grease

FR – Federal Register

HAP – Hazardous air pollutants

HARD DRIVE: A hard disk drive (HDD), commonly referred to as a hard drive, hard disk, or fixed disk drive is a non-volatile storage device which stores digitally encoded data.

HAZARDOUS WASTE: A solid, liquid, or gaseous substance which, because of its source or measurable characteristics, is classified under state or federal law as potentially dangerous and is subject to special handling, shipping, and disposal requirements.

HDPE – High Density Polyethylene

HEAVY METALS: Those metals (elements with high density, malleability, and electrical and thermal conductivity) that have high specific gravity and high atomic mass, such as lead, cadmium, zinc, copper, silver, and mercury. These may be found in the waste stream as part of discarded items such as batteries, lighting fixtures, colorants and inks.

HHW – Household Hazardous Waste

HRRA – Housatonic Resources Recovery Authority

INFORMAL PROCESSING/INFORMAL RECYCLING: Informal processing and recycling of electronics occurs when computers and other electronics are taken apart by individuals who do not use proper health and safety precautions and therefore place themselves as well as their surrounding environment in danger through exposure to unsafe materials and chemicals (acids, mercury, lead, toxic fumes, etc.). The toxicities of materials within an electronic product are not the only hazards with informal recycling. The acids used to extract materials, toxic or non-toxic, can often have the greatest environmental impact. This was the focal point of the 60 Minutes video titled “Following the Trail of Toxic E-Waste”.

INTEGRATED SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT: Practice of using several alternative waste management techniques to manage and dispose of specific components of the municipal waste stream. Waste management alternatives include source reduction, recycling, composting, energy recovery, and landfilling.

IPC – Intermediate Processing Center

Lead Acid Batteries: Lead-acid batteries are the oldest type of rechargeable battery. Despite having low energy-to-weight ratio and a correspondingly low energy-to-volume ratio, their ability to supply high surge currents means that the cells maintain a relatively large power-to-weight ratio.

LEED – Leadership in Environmental Energy Design – A U.S. Green Building Council program that promotes "green building" initiatives and programs.

MACT – Maximum Achievable Control Technology (Air quality standards for RRFs)

MSW – Municipal Solid Waste

Mutagens: Substances that can cause genetic mutations or changes in DNA sequences in cells. Most carcinogens are also mutagenic.

NAAQS – National Ambient Air Quality Standards

NEPSI – National Electronics Product Stewardship Initiative

NERC – Northeast Recycling Coalition

NESHAP – National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants

Neurotoxins: Toxic substances which damage the nervous system.

NEWMOA – Northeast Waste Management Officials Association

NGO – Non-governmental organization

NICKEL CADMIUM BATTERIES: The nickel-cadmium battery (NiCad) is a popular type of rechargeable battery using nickel oxide hydroxide and metallic cadmium as electrodes. Their small size and high rate discharge capacity made nickel cadmium a practical choice for portable power tools.

Non Ferrous Metal: The term non-ferrous is used to indicate metals other than iron and alloys that do not contain an appreciable amount of iron.

NOV – Notice of Violation

NPDES – National Pollution Discharge Elimination System

NRC – National Recycling Coalition

NSPS – New Source Performance Standards

NSR – New Source Review – A type of air quality permit required by new RRFs.

OCC – Old Corrugated Cardboard

ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER (OEM): The initial company that manufactures products or components that are purchased by another company and retailed under that purchasing company’s brand name.

OSW – Office of Solid Waste (Division of U.S. EPA)

PAWS – Passive Aerated Windrow System

PAYT – Pay-As-You-Throw

PCB: A printed circuit board, or PCB, is used to mechanically support and electrically connect electronic components using conductive pathways, traces, which are etched from copper sheets and laminated onto a non-conductive board.

PERCEIVED OBSOLESCENCE: Perceived obsolescence is when a product is still usable and functioning, but it has simply fallen out of style and fashion, and it is therefore considered to be obsolete by consumers.

PERIPHERALS: A peripheral is a piece of computer hardware that is added to a host computer or a device that is hooked up externally to a computer via a port such as a USB port. Typical examples include joysticks, printers and scanners, mice and keyboards.

PET, PETE - Polyethylene Terephthalate

PET: Polyethylene Terephthalate – PET is commonly used for Fizzy drink containers, water bottles and salad trays.

PLANNED OBSOLESCENCE: A decision made by a manufacturer to make a product last only a certain amount of time. By ensuring failure of a product, the consumer is encouraged to purchase an updated product, proving profits for the manufacturer.

PP, P2 – Pollution Prevention

PRINTER CARTRIDGES: A printer cartridge is a replaceable component that provides ink or toner for the physical image on the paper or surface to be printed on

PSA – Public Service Announcement

PSD – Prevention of Significant Deterioration (Air Quality Standards)

PSI – Product Stewardship Initiative

PVC – Polyvinyl Chloride

PVC: Polyvinyl Chloride – PVC is commonly used for pipes, fittings, window and door frames and automotive parts.

RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION (RFID): RFID tags can be incorporated into a product, animal or person for the purposes of identification or tracking. Examples include the I-Pass used for automatic payment on toll roads and the microchips used for identifying pets. RFID tags have been proposed to help gather data on computers and other electronics that are collected for recycling. However, the average age of items dropped off at collection events is 10+ years, so you would have to wait a long time for your RFID tag on such equipment to be effective for supplying information.

RBRC – The Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation

RCC - Resource Conservation Challenge

RCRA – Resource Conservation and Recovery Act

RCSA – Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies

RECYCLING: Recycling is the reprocessing of old materials into new products, with the aims of preventing the waste of potentially useful resources., reducing the consumption of fresh raw materials, reducing energy usage, reducing air and water pollution by reducing the need for “conventional” waste disposal, and lowering greenhouse gas emissions as compared to virgin production.

REFURBISHING: The process of extending the life of a product and re-using old electronics; some products may require a software, not a hardware, change in order to be refurbished.

REUSE: Reuse is a term for using an item more than once. This includes conventional reuse where the item is used again for the same function, and new-life reuse where it is used for a new function.

RoHS – Regulations on Hazardous Substances

RRF – Resources Recovery Facility

SCRRRA – Southeastern Connecticut Regional Resource Recovery Authority

SERVER: In information technology, a server is an application or device that performs services for connected clients as part of a client-server architecture. Server computers are devices designed to run such an application or applications, often for extended periods of time with minimal human direction and maintenance.

SIP – State Implementation Plan

SMART - Save Money And Reduce Trash

SQG - Small Quantity Generator

SWDA – Special Waste Disposal Authorization

TPY – Tons per Year

TRASH: Material considered worthless, unnecessary or offensive that is usually thrown away. In common usage, it is a synonym for garbage, rubbish or refuge.

USEPA – United States Environmental Protection Agency

VOC – Volatile Organic Compounds

VRF – Volume Reduction Facility

VSQHWG – Very Small Quantity Hazardous Waste Generator

WASTE STREAM: The total waste generated by all contributors (households, industry, government) in a particular area (city, county, state).

WASTE: Waste is an unwanted or undesired material or substance. It is also referred to as rubbish or junk depending upon the type of material and the regional terminology.

WTE – Waste-to-Energy

ZERO WASTE: The concept of recycling all products and using 100% efficient systems to manufacture and use a product. Rather than throwing materials away at the end of their life, the waste is converted as feedstock into another production stream.

ZINC BATTERIES: Zinc batteries are a type of power cell which contain an acidic electrolyte they are the same nominal voltages and physical size of an alkaline batteries. The batteries are packaged in a zinc can that serves as both a container and anode.

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Online Estimate For Ewaste Disposal & 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 an 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
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Company Name 
Contact E-mail
Telephone Number
 
Additional
Number of hard drives you want wiped
Collection or Drop-off
Any Message For Us
 
     
EWASTE
 
 
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
 
 
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E-Waste Accredited
   
 
We Accredit You
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Accepted Materials
E-Waste Processed
   
 
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Electrical Equipment & PC's
 
 
Hard Drive Disposal
Wipe, EMP Sterilize & Shredding
   
 
We Destroy All Data
Data Hard Disk Drive Destruction
 
 
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Office Computer and Server Disposal

How to Permanently Wipe a Hard Drive:

  1. Remove hard disk drive from unit / pc / server

  2. Purge the drive using a software wipe

  3. Expose the drive to a hi-yield EMP

  4. Shred the drive into small fragments

  5. Smelt the fragments
WE CAN EVEN SHRED THE DISKS AT A CLIENTS LOCATION FOR ADDED SECURITY! CALL TODAY: 732 564 3110
 
 

FAQ’s About Ewaste Disposal and Electronics Recycling


HOW DO YOU GET RID OF OLD OFFICE SERVERS & NETWORK HARDWARE?

Regardless of whether an old office server is working or not, if it is scheduled for the trash it has to be disposed of correctly.  There are two main considerations; the first is that there should be no recoverable data on the hard drive or in the memory.  Before you start hammering nails through the hard disk, don’t worry, the data destruction team specialize in HDD wipes and shredding. The second consideration is that like all computers, printers, copiers and monitors, a server will need to be recycled, so please call to have it picked up and do not throw it out with the regular trash.

IS OFFICE JUNK REMOVAL FREE?

Office junk such as obsolete or broken PC’s, workstations, old laptops and other computers, printers, copiers, old fax machines and monitor do not really carry a high scrap value.  In fact it usually costs more to demanufacture ewaste than can be made from the reclamation of materials. That said, the main reason for collecting and recycling ewaste isn’t to reclaim a scrap value, it’s to ensure these products stay out of landfill sites.  Most office junk, especially the I.T. hardware is classified as toxic waste and if your firm is caught throwing its ewaste into the trash the State will prosecute.  

WHO COLLECTS OLD BROKEN ELECTRICAL MACHINERY?

The ‘Newtech Corporate Electronics Recycling and Ewaste Collection Service’ usually consists of a team of three; however this number can change depending on the type of machinery or equipment being picked up.  The visitor to this page should note that this service is not a standard trash collection service, is for the collection and disposal of electronics considered too be ewaste.  For a full list of electrical equipment that Newtech removes and recycles please click here.   

CAN WE DUMP OUR OFFICE PRINTERS IN THE GARBAGE DUMPSTER?

Most companies today know that they can’t dump their office PC’s in the trash can or dumpster, however, many are still unsure about printers, copiers and even phones.  It is safest to assume that anything with a plug on the end of it, in your office or business environment needs to be disposed of by an accredited ewaste recycler. 

IS THERE A SPECIAL TRASH COLLECTION FOR OFFICE IT HARDWARE, COMPUTERS AND PC’S?

There is a special trash collection service for old, obsolete and even broken IT hardware and PC’s.  This is because unlike most electrical machinery computer hardware and even copiers can contain data that may infringe on the strict data protection laws.  ‘Newtech Corporate Electronics Recycling and Ewaste Collection Service’ provide a complete solution that manages not just the secure collection of data sensitive hardware but also permanent data deletion of any files or information held on those computers.   

WHO TO CALL FOR TRASH COLLECTION OF OLD OFFICE IT AND PHONE EQUIPMENT?

If you want to speak to someone about arranging a pickup dial the sales team on: 732.564.3110.  If you have already arranged a collection and have a question please call the support team on: 732.564.3110.

WHAT ELECTRONIC MACHINERY NEEDS TO BE COLLECTED & RECYCLED BY LAW?

The question of what electronic equipment and IT hardware needs to be recycled is the most common.  To help please see the above list of the most commonly recycled electronics.  If your business has something that is not on the above list and you are not sure please call today for help.

 
     
 
 

FAQ’s About Computer and IT Hardware Disposal


WHERE DO WE GO TO RECYCLE OLD OFFICE PC’S AND IT HARDWARE?

Where to go when looking to dispose of old computers, laptops, and ‘other such’ information technology hardware is a question the team receive hourly. The answer is, nowhere, Newtech Corporate Electronics Recycling will come to you.

 

WHO CAN RECYCLE UNWANTED COPIERS, OLD OFFICE SERVERS AND EVEN OLD COMPUTER MONITORS?

Who can actually dispose of ewaste like a broken or old photocopier, or something with data related security issues like an old server, are questions that thousands of new visitors to the Ewaste NJ website type into search engines every month. In short, The Newtech Corporate Electronics Recycling Program has been created to manage all types of ewaste disposal, most of which are covered above.

 

DO WE NEED TO HAVE ALL IT HARDWARE AND COMPUTER EQUIPMENT RECYCLED?

Yes. The materials used in IT hardware, computers, cell phones, tablets and laptops are classed as toxic waste. Although they may not be harmful to the user, computers still need to be disposed of via a recycling process to ensure they are not left in areas that may prove hazardous over time.

 

HOW DO WE DISPOSE OF LARGE AMOUNTS OF COMPUTERS AND HARD DRIVES?

How to dispose of a large amount of computers or the I.T. infrastructure of middle to large scale business is a question best answered within the following link – CLICK HERE.

 

WHERE DO WE GO TO RECYCLE OLD EQUIPMENT AND OTHER SUCH EWASTE?

Where to go when looking to dispose of ewaste is a commonly asked question, the standard reply is “have your ewaste collected”. However, it is possible to bring your ewaste to the recycling facilities in NJ, NY and CT if you really want to, but please call to arrange a time beforehand.

 

WHO CAN RECYCLE OLD ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT?

Who can actually dispose of ewaste and electronics is a really good question; ideally you want a State certified ewaste recycler, which is exactly what the Newtech Corporate Electronics Recycling Program is. Using anyone else may result in your organization getting prosecuted if the service provider has failed to manage the ewaste correctly. 

 

DO WE NEED TO HAVE ALL ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT RECYCLED?

Yes.  The New Jersey business community is leading the way in sound ecological practices. That said it is still a frequently asked question.  In terms of what hardware needs to be recycled the best rule of thumb is to ask does it have a plug on the end of it, if the answer is yes then 99% of the time it needs to be recycled.

HOW DO WE DISPOSE OF LARGE AMOUNTS OF ELECTRONICS?

The Newtech Corporate Electronics Recycling facilities are colossal, many times larger than aircraft hangers, and capable of disposing of an entire States electronic waste.  Your organisation doesn’t need to worry about it, the Corporate Electronics Recycling team will do all the work, all you need to do is pick up the phone and dial:  732 564 3110. 

 
     
 

  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 DISPOSAL   RECYCLING OLD SCANNER & COPIER   RECYCLING OLD HARD DRIVE & COMPUTER CD DVD DRIVE
  RECYCLING OLD AUDIO EQUIPMENT   RECYCLING OLD TV & PROJECTOR DISPOSAL   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
           
 
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