It’s almost springtime again, and for many people that means one thing: spring cleaning! But what do you do with all the technology that you no longer need or use? Techwarrior Technologies has the answer. We take computer and technology recycling seriously and free—everything except old tube TV’s and Monitors—so your old tech can be properly disposed of in an environmentally-friendly way.
At Techwarrior Technologies, we understand how important it is to reduce waste and responsibly discard obsolete electronics. Every year, nearly 50 million metric tons of e-waste are generated worldwide. This includes televisions, laptops, smartphones, tablets, printers, gaming consoles—the list goes on and on. Old computers and other electronics contain hazardous materials such as lead, mercury, cadmium, chromium and beryllium. These materials can leach into the soil and groundwater when not properly disposed of or recycled. Even worse, these substances can have a negative impact on human health if not handled correctly.
That’s why we take recycling seriously at Techwarrior Technologies. Our team is fully equipped to handle computer and technology recycling.
Once we have collected your unwanted electronics, our certified technicians go through them thoroughly to make sure all hazardous materials are removed before they are sent out for disposal or repurposing. Any items that can still be used will either be donated to charity organizations or refurbished for resale in our shop; the rest will be broken down into their individual parts for proper disposal through vendors specializing in electronic waste management
By choosing Techwarrior Technologies for your e-waste recycling needs this spring cleaning season you can rest assured knowing that your outdated gadgets will receive proper care during every stage of disposal so there is no risk to human health or the environment. So don’t let your old tech end up polluting landfills; let us put it to better use instead! Contact us today to learn more about how we can help with all of your computer and technology recycling needs this spring season!