With the demand for faster, better and more compact computers, many companies are forced to upgrade or otherwise be left behind. Data capturing businesses, banks and huge retail stores may be faced with hundreds of outdated computers that use up valuable space. And it's not only complete computer systems. After a series of upgrades, IT departments are often up to their ears in old peripherals, motherboards, hard disks and cables. Often, the old hard drives still contain sensitive information and may of the computer parts are manufactured with materials that can be extremely toxic to the environment.
Not all computer parts recyclers are alike
There are a number of companies that can help with the recycle of computer parts, but it is important to choose a company that you can trust. The recycling of computer parts needs to be done correctly to avoid breaking the law or losing data to unsavory persons. PC Disposal has extensive experience in this field. When you recycle computer parts with us, we take ownership of your equipment and remove all identification and licenses from the machines. Hard drives are destroyed completely or erased, so you have peace of mind that it will not fall into the wrong hands. We will provide your business with a certificate of compliancy after we have recycled your computer parts so that you have complete peace of mind. Some of the used equipment may be viable for further use by charitable institutions or for training companies.
Consumers and small businesses can use our Easy Recycle Store for recycling electronic parts.
PC Disposal specializes in the proper handling and retirement of all types of computer equipment. We offer the following services.
“I had the opportunity to visit the PC Disposal facility. I was impressed by operation and the great staff. I am very happy with the service.”
Romy Riddle, President