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E-Waste Recycling in Humboldt County

All Green Electronics Recycling is proud to help residents of Humboldt County recycle electronics.

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Electronics Recycling Humboldt County Drop-off Locations

All Green is proud to offer the Electronics Recycling Humboldt County Services to help the residents of this place recycle their old and unused electronics. Humboldt County is located in the North Coast region of Northern California. It is home to 134,623 residents and seven incorporated cities. Help keep this place clean and e-waste free with us.

If your city is not listed or the nearest drop-off location is too far, then request a pickup from your home or business by following the link below.

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Recycle Electronics Today

Recycle Electronics ImageElectronics recycling is a process by which the old and recyclable IT equipment will be refurbished, scrapped, or salvaged. The used electronic gadgets and items are treated through our green-certified e-waste recycling system.  The main goal of All Green is to turn everything into a reusable and profitable stream of IT parts and tech commodities.

We always follow the principles and practices that are in line with the “Reduce, Reuse, & Recycle” e-waste recycling philosophy. Further, we guarantee a strict compliance with the existing all EPA regulations and guidelines. You can trust us with regards to the proper handling of hazardous e-waste and other IT materials.

 

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Humboldt County Electronics Recycling

old computer phone imageAll Green is here to serve the residents and business people through the tested Electronics Recycling Humboldt County services. This company is a nationwide leader of an environment-friendly electronics recycling system. Call the attention of our team if you have old electronics laying around. With our e-waste refurbishment and recycling procedures, you can recover a portion of your technology investment through our IT asset remarketing. Start recycling in a responsible manner today.

 

Computer Disposal in Humboldt County

Computer Disposal ImageAre you aware that your outdated computer units contain unsafe chemicals and elements that can destroy the environment? They need to be properly scrapped. For any size organization, All Green is fit to serve. We have a shredding process that will shred down the computer parts into smaller pieces of at least 2 inches in diameter. If the unused computer units are not properly recycled, the iron, copper, aluminum and plastic will cause irreversible environmental risks. So you need us to perform our approaches that will respond to your needs. 

 

Data Security and Hard Drive Destruction

Data Security ImageAll recyclable computers have hard drives that are prone to cause personal and business problems. Once the data and information stored in those drives are not digitally wiped and destroyed, they can fall into the wrong hands. To avoid this to happen, you need All Green Recycling to execute the right hard drive shredding, data security approaches, and secure data destruction. It is evident that we’re trusted because some U.S. government institutions and even military have already tried our offered services. Let our 100% certified data destruction save you and your business. The sensitive clients’ files and business data should be removed before the old IT equipment are going to be sold again, or to be donated to any charitable groups.

 

Nationwide Processing Centers

Nationwide Processing Centers imageOur electronics recycling Humboldt County services are designed to provide ease and convenience. We have a wide network of recycling agents, processing centers and partners, which are always ready to collect, process, recycle, and resell/donate your obsolete and end-of-life electronics. Let our team do a smart, economical thing for you.

Contact us today to prevent the hazardous e-waste from ending up in landfills, or from being exported and dumped in developing countries.

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