COMPUTER RECYCLING FOR MICHIGAN BUSINESS AND RESIDENTS
Dispose of old computers, laptops, and other electronic devices in a safe and environmentally-responsible way. Since 2011 our mission has been to eliminate electronic waste, destined for landfill. Every year, we recycle over 1 million pounds of electronic waste. “Electronics Recycling” is even in our name (“ElectroCycle”)!
Computer Recycling in Michigan
ElectroCycle recycles computers across Michigan. Just call to arrange your pick-up. We accept a variety of devices including PC’s, cell phones, tablets, computer accessories, laptops, server equipment, and hard drives.
Did you know many of these electronic components contain hazardous materials such as mercury, lead, and cadmium? Sending electronics to the landfill can lead to contaminated soil and groundwater. By recycling electronics, we divert these materials from landfill. It also allows for the recovery of components including metal, glass, and plastic. These components are then used again to make other products, thus reducing the need for new resources.
For over a decade, ElectroCycle has demonstrated expertise and environmental stewardship for recycling unwanted computer components. We ensure hazardous materials are disposed of properly, while reusable components are recycled sustainably. We also destroy any personal information that might be stored on computer hard drives. ElectroCycle has the experience to handle your unwanted computer equipment properly. Call us today to schedule your pick-up.
We recycle over 1 million pounds of electronic waste annually.
Computer Recycling FAQs
Why should I recycle my old electronics?
When e-waste crosses borders illegally and is indiscriminately dumped, or dismantled in unsound conditions, serious damage to human health and pollution of water, air and soil is often the result.
What type of electronics are accepted at our facility?
We accept working or non working computers, servers, laptops, hard drives, tablets, printers, and other computer related items.
What happens to my computer's hard drive?
All hard drives are destroyed. A certificate of destruction is provided.