Recycling of ballasts, batteries and refreshed electronics
Secure documentation destruction
Onsite collection days for your employees
Lamps & BallastsLamps
- Straight Fluorescent Lamps T8
- Straight Fluorescent Lamps T12
- Compact, Biax, Circular Fluorescent,
- Compact Six Inches or Less Lamps
- Shatter Shield Lamps (Per Four Foot)
- Broken Glass (Mixed Material)
- Sodium, Metal Halide Mercury Vapor Lamps (Large Lamps)
- Sodium, Metal Halide Mercury Vapor Lamps (Small Lamps)
- Ultra-Violet, Neon Lamps
- Incandescent Lamps
- PCB Lighting Ballast
- Non-PCB Ballast
- Capacitors & Transformers
- Mercury Containing Devices
Battery TypesCategory 1
- Lead Acid Batteries
- Alkaline (Non-Mercury) Batteries
- Nickel Cadmium Batteries
- Nickel metal Hydride Batteries
- Carbon Zinc Batteries
- Non-Mercury & Zinc Air Batteries
- Mercuric Oxide Batteries
- Button Cells Batteries
- Silver Oxide Batteries
- Zinc Carbon Batteries
- Mercury Containing Batteries
- Alkaline Mercury Containing Batteries
- Lithium Ion Batteries
- Lithium Metal Batteries
- Magnesium Batteries
- Cell phones
- Inkjet cartridges
- Fax machines
- MP3 players
- DVD players
- Audio cassettes
- Battery chargers
- Clock radios
- Hard drives
- Video cameras
- Palm Pilots
- Game controllers
- Video game consoles
- Tape recorders
- Answering machines
...AND ALL OTHER ACCEPTABLE ELECTRONIC WASTE
E-Waste material is received in boxes, gaylords, pallets, and other secure containers.
We will sort the material according to material type. (Exp. Printer, CRT, CPU.)
The material will have any miscellaneous parts removed for better consolidation. (For example, removal of wire or metal, wrappings and plastic shipping material.)
We shall also perform any other necessary operation to ensure correct material type.
We will remove all secure information from devices that require this operation.
This is done to protect the customer information.
We are not a recycler and will not take material apart.
Our business model is to consolidate and ship materials to an approved recycler.
Batteries are received in boxes, drums and on pallets.
We will sort batteries according to type and accumulate them in
55 gallon containers for shipping to a final destination recycler.
Batteries that are received in mix form will be sorted by the
correct type before being shipped to a final destination recycler.
Fluorescent lamps are received in boxes, drums, and on pallets.
We will sort lamps according to size and type to ensure maximum shipping volume.
They will then be palletized and shipped to a recycler for final destruction.
Documents for Destruction
We receive documents for destruction in 65 gallon containers, boxes, and on pallets.
They are collected and shipped on a weekly basis to a NAID certified recycler for final shredding and reuse.