Business/School Recycling

IT Asset Disposition

Secure Data Destruction

Asset Remarketing

Revenue Share Models

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IT Asset Disposition

Companies generate large amounts of E-Waste and, unsurprisingly, the larger the organization the more complicated the task of disposing of this waste stream becomes. There are 2 main reasons for this. Firstly, IT assets are spread over larger geographic areas and secondly, regulatory burden. There are a host of secondary reasons which I will address later.
PC-Gone gives you a presence in 8 major cities across the US. Lighting Resources already picks up spent lighting from many of the largest organisations in the country and is itself the largest processor of used lighting in the US.
So, how exactly does this solve the two main issues above? Well, it costs a lot to collect and transport used equipment. At the point in time an item is marked for disposal it is not clear if it has a remarketable potential so shipping all items across the US has the (usually realized) potential of wasting a lot of money. It is far more cost effective to ship all items a short distance for initial sorting. The items then marked for further processing are shipped to a central location on trucks that are routinely travelling between locations anyway.

Secure Data Destruction

Information security has never been more important to businesses and organizations than it is today. Data is exchanged at the speed of light and it can become difficult to keep track of what is stored on your company’s electronic media devices. As equipment becomes obsolete it is crucial to have a trusted Data Destruction Services provider to ensure that your proprietary and sensitive information does not become a target of data theft.
If you leave your unwanted electronics in storage, or in the hands of someone who does not practice secure data destruction, you are no longer in control of your organization’s information. This can lead to problems such as exposing your customer’s personal data or your company’s proprietary information to hackers and identity thieves. Don’t take that risk! Use R2EWaste's state-of-the-art data erasure/eradication services to eliminate this possibility.

Asset Remarketing

Asset Remarketing is a complex and highly specialized operation. There is a 'right' way to do it and every other way is either wasting money or wasting lots of money.
PC-Gone has the nationwide presense, the logistical ability, the infrastructure, the people, the expertise and the tools to get it right all the way through the process from initial collection to final disposition or resale.
Every customer is different and we specialize in crafting tailored solutions for each customer. Call us on 602 314 6061 to schedule an initial consultation to find out just what your retired IT assets are worth..

Revenue Share Models

Typically the E-Waste industry values the individual categories of a waste stream in a 'per Lb' manner. For example, copper bearing wire is linked to the price of copper, circuit boards to the precious metal price and so on. Some items may have a negative value (such as CRT Monitors) and others are revenue neutral should their commodity value equal the cost of labor to process it.
Then there are the items from the waste stream that have value outside their commodity value - imagine a router or a laptop. We establish what is called a 'Tech Cut' which is the point at which an item becomes eligible for remarketing. For example, a fully working Pentium 4 laptop would fail the Tech Cut because it is simply too old. A broken i5 laptop with a smashed screen would pass because the chip has a value.
In addition to the Tech Cut, we also establish a 'Value Cut'. This varies due to the ease of the remarketing process. The Value Cut for a CPU Processor would be as low as a few dollars as we have established buyers for these. One-off items that require parts and repair may have a value cut of $100 or more.

Recycled Products List

  • Laptops
  • Desktops – PC / Mac / Apple Computers
  • Tablets
  • Cell Phones
  • Routers / Hubs / Switches
  • Adapters
  • Inkjet / Toner Cartridges
  • Typewriters
  • ALL Appliances (no freon please)
  • Printers / Scanners
  • Copy Machines
  • Fax Machines
  • Landline Phones
  • Keyboards / Mice
  • Remote Controls
  • LCD / LED / Plasma TVs / Monitors
  • ALL Batteries
  • ALL Cords
  • Cable / Satellite Boxes
  • Dishes / Receivers and Equipment
  • Stereos / Speakers
  • VCRs / DVD Players
  • Blue Ray Players
  • DVRs
  • POS Equipment
R2

R2 Certified

The Responsible Recycling Practices Standard (R2:2013) certification, which is recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), is a set of voluntary principles and guidelines designed to promote and assess responsible practices for electronics recyclers.

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