San Francisco Treat: Eureka Tech Recycling Services Announces Its New Bay Area Location

Eureka Tech Recycling Services, an industry leader in the field of scrap metal and e-waste recycling, announces its new recycling center in the San Francisco Bay Area. The new service center is fully capable of recycling all traditional forms of recyclables. The new service center will also provide onsite recycling pickups to businesses in the area.

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"In order to make recycling more accessible to business owners in the area, Eureka Tech Recycling Services will offer onsite pickup for businesses in the area"

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 05, 2012

For over 14 years, Eureka Tech Recycling Services has assisted the San Francisco Bay area with all of its residential and commercial recycling needs. Eureka Tech Recycling Services’ new recycling center, located in the San Francisco suburb of Hayward, can handle e-waste recycling as well as more traditional recycling needs like scrap metal recycling.

        Eureka Tech Recycling Services’ new location can recycle a variety of scrap metals, including copper, aluminum, lead, and brass. Businesses and residential customers alike are all welcomed to utilize the recycling center for any of their recycling needs. The all-encompassing recycling services will ensure that all recycled materials are disposed of properly, with as little impact to the community and its environment as possible.

    “Our goal is to be number one in customer service,” says Sal Agredano, the owner of Eureka Tech Recycling Services. “Whether you are a corporate client or just walking into our yard to recycle, we will always try our hardest to provide the best recycling services and price.”

    One issue that the new recycling center will address is the growing problem of computer recycling and e-waste. E-waste, or electronic waste, is the term used to describe discarded electrical or electronic devices. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, there are roughly 50 tons of e-waste produced annually, and only 20% of that waste makes it to a recycling center. Computer recycling and other forms of e-waste removal are becoming more prevalent throughout the world, but the issue of e-waste remains a pertinent one.

To address the issue of e-waste locally, Eureka Tech Recycling Services will now provide onsite pickup. The onsite pickup is reserved for local area businesses that need to dispose of their e-waste and other recyclables.

    “As a business owner, I understand how time consuming the actual running of a business can be. So in order to make recycling more accessible to business owners in the area, Eureka Tech Recycling Services will offer onsite pickup for businesses in the area,” Agredano asserted.
“Onsite pick up will allow business owners easy access to scrap metal and computer recycling services in our area. This means less e-waste in our streets and less clutter in their offices,” added Agredano.

    For more information on how to handle your computer recycling and e-waste recycling needs, visit Eureka Tech Recycling Services’ website at http://www.eureka-tech.com.


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