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Office Equipment Recycling Done Right

OFFICE EQUIPMENT RECYCLING IS A GROWING TREND, AND WITH GOOD REASON.

If your office scanner, printer, fax machine or other office equipment is on its last legs, you’re probably wondering about the best course of recycling or disposal.  Southeastern Data is your perfect solution. Our office equipment recycling services take care of unwanted IT equipment, networking equipment, electronics and other types of office equipment in a stress-free and environmentally responsible manner. 

How We Protect Your Business When Recycling Office Equipment.

southeastern data recycles office equipment and other multi function devicesDid you know that the incorrect disposal of office equipment can be extremely dangerous? Technology in any workplace is not just computers and laptops, it includes telecommunications devices, copy machines, office printers and other multifunction devices that have the ability to do other functions such as, scan, fax and email documents. Some of these devices retain a digital copy, and hard drive with access to all of the information on the documents processed. If not properly handled recycling office equipment could poses a security concern to businesses.

Office equipment can be accessible to many different individuals throughout a company and contain a variety sensitive, corporate and personal information. Office equipment can store data such as; customer, health or medial records, company business plans, design, development or employee or financial information and if not properly recycled data can be retrieved, even if the hard drive have been previously formatted.

Southeastern Data understand how important it is to properly dispose of office equipment, provide reliable data security services and peace of mind, when it comes to the disposal of your company’s unwanted or non-working office equipment. That’s why companies, organization and business of all sizes trust Southeastern Data to recycle their office electronics

 

Recycling Is Good for The Economy, The Earth And Your Business.

Southeastern Data is the best choice for helping company’s safely and securely dispose of all types of office equipment by providing recycling services which helps to preserve natural resources, reduces waste and helps to keep its customers’ businesses in compliance with e-wasterecycling laws.  As an approved electronics disposal facility by the EPA , Southeastern Data provides environmentally-safe e-recycling services while providing the maximum environmental benefit for the disposal of all forms of obsolete electronics, computers and office equipment.

 

Southeastern Data serves businesses, schools, universities, hospitals, municipalities, military and government customers in and around Orlando, Florida; West Palm, Florida; Columbus, Ohio; Columbia, South Carolina; Atlanta, Georgia; North Carolina and Indiana.

 

Simply call us or complete the online form to schedule pick-up for your unwanted office equipment  or electronic items for e-recycling, or drop off at our conveniently located warehouses in Florida and Ohio. Office equipment recycling has never been easier!

Easy Electronics Recycling

Finally, a computer and electronics recycling company you can trust to make e-waste recycling easier and keep hazarded waste out of landfills

 

You Can Count on Southeastern Data to make Electronics Recycling Easier and Better

Electronics recyclingis critical for the sustainability of our environment.


Did you know that
electronic waste, or e–waste, has become the most rapidly growing segment of the municipal solid waste stream? E-waste contains toxic Southeastern Data makes electronic recycling easyand hazardous materials including lead and mercury. These materials have the potential to leach into our soil and water, so it’s vital that we protect our surroundings with proper electronics recycling and disposal. E-waste also contains valuable materials and rare earth elements, such as aluminum, copper, gold and silver. Rather than dumping old electronics devices into a landfill, they can be refurbished, reused and recycled, conserving natural resources and minimizing pollution. There are plenty of facts about e-waste that support the importance of proper electronics recycling.
 

   

What You Need To Know To Properly Manage the IT Assets in Your Business, Before the Year Ends.

MANAGING ASSETS BEFORE THE YEAR ENDS

Southeastern Data Helps busineses manage IT Assets

 

When it comes to managing assets, end of year closing and documentation can be a trying time for many organizations. This time of year has a way of sneaking up on us, before you know it you’re pressed with managing assets before years’ end. IT Asset Management doesn’t have to be one of those headaches.

Asset management is a data-driven decision making process that takes into consideration both financial and technical issues, asset conditions and performance to find the best maintenance and improvement investment.  

Don’t Toss Out That Credit Card Machine!

old Credit Card MachinesIn the wake of numerous large-scale data breaches and increasing rates of counterfeit card fraud, U.S. credit card issuers decided they would no longer accept liability for credit card fraud from companies that didn’t use chip-and-pin (EMV) technology.

The EMV (Europay, MasterCard, and Visa) standard provides significant better security for credit cards.

 

 

 

Where can the federal government agencies recycle electronics?

ATTENTION: FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AGENCIES. ATTENTION.

As you enter your year-end buying cycle, if your expected purchases include technology such as computers or other electronics, have you asked the question, what are you planning on doing with your old tech? Where can the federal government agencies recycle electronics safely?

Why is it important to not throw those electronics into the recycling bin?

Old electronic equipmentOld computers (desktop, laptop and tablets), TVs, DVD players, VCRs, cassette decks, CD players, cell phones, video cameras, printers, video game consoles- how many of these do you have stashed away in your closet, basement, attic or storage unit?
 
When it comes to getting rid of those stored electronics, our natural tendency is to throw them out into the trash or dumpster. But that’s a bad choice, for a number of reasons.
 

A Great Way to Reduce Costs When Recycling Electronics

Recycling your old electronics helps protect the environment by preventing the spill of chemicals leaching into the water. Proper recycling can also aid the security of data and prevent misuse of any of the bits of information stored.  Used computers, monitors, printers, PDAs, mobile phones, batteries and TVs can all be recycled. If you are looking to help the environment and get rid of your old electronics in a secure and responsible manner, electronics recycling with an authorized recycling company is the solution.


What to Do With Old Cell Phones

Cell Phone Recycling

Cell phones have become ubiquitous in modern society and there is a real need for cell phone recycling services. Many companies provide their employees with cell phones to utilize in the course of their workday. The fact that phones have such an enormous turnover means that there are usually boxes and boxes of old, out of use cell phones in office closets all over the country.

Some cell phone recycling services allow you to drop off your old phones or mail them in. Accessories and batteries are included in most recycling programs. Retailers and manufacturers offer these services as well. One of three things will happen when you turn your cell phone in for recycling:

Doing Your Part for Earth Day: “It’s our turn to lead”


Recycle Your Old Computers and Electronics

Each year on April 22nd 192 countries, from all around the world, celebrate Earth Day.  Starting in 1970, this day is set aside to raise awareness of the need to protect the environment. Unlike any other day throughout the year, Earth Day draws on astronomical phenomena by using the vernal Equinox on the time when the Sun crosses the equator making the length of night and day equal in all parts of the Earth.