CER offer services to help you manage your personal electronics recycling needs. All of all consumer services are handled with the same level of attention as our corporate services. Throughout the entire process, from receiving to recycling, your equipment is keep secure, as well as your data. We follow all state and federal guidelines and we are registered with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Computer and Electronics Recycling
CER specializes in computer and home electronics recycling. We can help you dispose of all your obsolete electronic equipment in a responsible way. Keeping end-of-life items such as: desktops, laptops, tv sets, monitors, cameras, disk players and small electronics out of landfills drastically reduces our individual environmental impact. All equipment is broken down to its basic elements (glass, metal, plastic, etc) and those commodities are then reused in future products.
Your information is private and CER can help you keep it that way. We offer two methods of data destruction:
Shredding - In this process; hard drives and media disks are shredded and melted down.
Scrubbing - This process is ideal for hard drives that will be reused. Our proprietary scrubbing software wipes the drive clean and all of its data.
Cell Phone Recycling
According to the EPA, the rate which cell phones are discarded is predicted to exceed 125 million phones each year. Cell phones are specially hazardous to our landfills because they contain metals, plastics, chemicals and other potentially toxic substances. We follow strict guidelines set by the EPA to properly recycle obsolete cell phones.
Rechargeable Battery Recycling
One of CER's specialties is rechargeable battery recycling. Batteries contain lead, metals and acids; all extremely hazardous to our environment. Nickel Cadmium (Ni-Cd), Nickel Metal Hydride (Ni-MH), Lithium Ion (Li-ion), and Small Sealed Lead* (Pb) rechargeable batteries are commonly found in cellular and cordless phones, pda's, laptop computers, cameras, camcorders, cordless power tools and remote control toys.
Monitor Display Recycling
When a monitor is received, our technicians test and classify the monitor according to its condition. CER places priority in reusing working monitors in lieu of scrapping. Most non-working flat screen displays are repaired and reused. End-of-life monitors are de-manufactured and all useful components are harvested.
If you have any inquires regarding the full scope of electronics recycled, you can reach us at (512) 693-8888.