Electronic recycling refers to the process of collecting and processing used electronic devices to recover valuable materials and reduce environmental waste.

Electronic devices contain hazardous materials like lead, mercury, and cadmium, which can be harmful to the environment if they end up in landfills. Recycling helps to extract these materials and reuse them, reducing pollution and conserving natural resources.

Common electronic items that can be recycled include computers, laptops, mobile phones, printers, scanners, tablets and the list is posted on the website under What We Accept.

Yes, broken or non-working electronics can still be recycled.

Before recycling, it is advisable to remove any personal or sensitive data from your devices. If not we do offer a service to do that for you.

Once collected, the electronics are transported to recycling facilities where they are dismantled. The valuable materials, like precious metals and plastics, are extracted and sent to be reused in new products. Hazardous materials are properly disposed of to prevent environmental contamination.

Only if you would like a service like data deletion with the electronic.

Yes, recycling electronics has several benefits. It conserves natural resources, reduces pollution associated with mining and manufacturing, prevents hazardous materials from entering the environment, and promotes the sustainable use of technology.