Our new universal waste pickup and disposal services allow companies and individuals to engage in responsible recycling practices much more easily, without risking exposure to the potentially hazardous materials contained in light bulbs and batteries.
Pittsburgh, Penn. (PRWEB) September 10, 2013
Commonwealth Computer Recycling, one of western Pennsylvania’s largest providers of electronics collection and recycling, will now offer universal waste services.
The new service will allow businesses, institutions and government entities to safely and easily dispose of their old light bulbs and batteries. Commonwealth Computer Recycling now provides onsite pickup of these materials, along with its electronics recycling program. The company will officially launch the new service on September 15.
“The safe and proper disposal of universal waste materials is very important for both our health and the protection of the environment,” said Serdar Bankaci, founder and president of Commonwealth Computer Recycling. “Our new universal waste pickup and disposal services allow companies and individuals to engage in responsible recycling practices much more easily, without risking exposure to the potentially hazardous materials contained in light bulbs and batteries.”
Under Pennsylvania state law, it is illegal for any business to dispose of mercury containing light bulbs in its regular trash. Commonwealth Computer Recycling works to alleviate the burden of complying with these regulations by providing onsite collection and disposal of light bulbs, batteries and electronic waste for businesses throughout western Pennsylvania. The company also offers tracking services, presenting its clients with thorough documentation of the safe and legal disposal of all universal waste.
“Our new universal waste services are designed to be a low-cost and convenient way for businesses and organizations to get rid of their universal waste,” said Bankaci. “Failure to properly dispose of these materials can have serious legal and environmental consequences. However, many organizations lack the time, equipment and resources required to recycle these materials in an appropriate manner. We simplify the process, giving businesses the ability to focus on the more important issues at hand.”
In addition to its new universal waste services, Commonwealth Computer Recycling provides free recycling and disposal of electronic devices, including laptops, computers, cellular phones and other electronic components. The company also offers secure data destruction services for hard drives and electronic storage devices to businesses and individuals across the region.
To learn more about Commonwealth Computer Recycling and the services it offers, visit http://www.ccrcyber.com.