Thursday, June 30, 2011

We assist in demolition recycling of ewaste, Oak Knoll Demolition

The Electronic Recycler assists demolition companies in the proper disposal and recycling of electronic equipment and pay you by the pound. Many state laws require companies to properly recycle all electronics, medical, and telecommunications equipment especially in a controlled demolition project. More and more U.S. cities are starting to require, or strongly encourage, contractors to minimize the amount of construction, hazardous and demolition material being sent to the landfill. At The Electronic Recycler we like to call this Green Demolition, or as contractors call it Interior gut out. My company will pick up for free and recycle anything (Nationwide) from a demolition project with a cord or battery including but not limited to:

*Business Phones, Avaya, Cisco, Nortel, etc.
*Computer Components, motherboards, RAM sticks, Finger cards, Hard drive boards, motherboards, processors, towers, IC Chips, printers, fax machines, scanners.
*All medical equipment from hospitals.
*All computer, data, and telecommunication wire
*Telecom components, Cisco, 3Com, Qlogic, Nortel,etc. Dialogic Boards, telephone systems, pci cards, ISA cards,panels, channel banks, tape drives, Modules, racks, whole chassis, routers, switches, etc.
*X-ray/Litho Film
*Pager Parts
*Cell Phones
*Cell Phone Parts
*Cell Phone Batteries, chargers
*Cell Phone Accessories

If you don’t see it on our list, send it anyway.

Please assist us in keeping the scrap from landfills. We will keep it simple for any electronics manufacturer, demolition company, wireless company or fundraising program. We will send a truck (FED EX, freight) to your doorstep, you can load it up and we pay for shipping. We can send a shipping label via email or send a trailer to your location. On large quantities we will have our freight company arrange shipping. Please send pictures for proper evaluation.

Todd Klimson
The Electronic Waste Recycler

 352-292-2736- Cell
Sarasota, FL

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