The Environmental Protection Agency has labeled E-waste as a top priority, among other issues like climate change. Not disposing of your electronic devices correctly poses a serious threat to the environment and the surrounding cities
KANSAS CITY, Kan. (PRWEB) August 14, 2018
Today Secure e-Cycle announced the immediate availability of its new website, https://secureecycle.com/, enabling businesses and individuals to immediately begin recycling office equipment and small appliances that are no longer usable.
Items accepted include audio and video tapes, batteries, cameras, cell phones, circuit boards, complete computer systems, computer mouse, copy machines, microwaves, monitors, office printers, overhead projectors, palm pilot or other handheld devices. and power supplies. A complete listing is available on the site. This service marks a step toward better protecting the environment.
“The Environmental Protection Agency has labeled E-waste as a top priority, among other issues like climate change. Not disposing of your electronic devices correctly poses a serious threat to the environment and the surrounding cities,” according to a company spokesperson.
Positive Environmental Impact
Companies get rid of their office and personal computers every day. However, there are two things that must be considered to ensure a safe and secure disposal process. Many companies collect these and other items and take them to the landfill without considering the cost to the environment or the risk to former owners.
Hard drives with sensitive data must be destroyed to ensure the security and privacy of previous users. Secure e-Cycle partners with R2 and ISO certified disposal companies recognized for safe electronics refurbishing and recycling.Improper disposal means leaking personal or corporate information. Keep your family and your company safe while protecting the environment.
The new website is more user-friendly for visitors to navigate. It also serves as an informative resource to companies and individuals to what their options are for electronic recycling.
For More Information:
Call 1-855-ITCYCLE or (913) 871-9040
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
3052 South 24th St., Kansas City, KS 66106