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FAQ: What Office Tech Can You Recycle, Donate, or Resell?



At Recent Communications, Inc., we know the importance of educating organizations on the benefits of moving to the latest and greatest technology and communications solutions. With technology hardware upgrades and changes comes decisions on what to do with those outdated solutions.


According to the EPA, only 12.5% of e-waste is responsibly recycled. What’s e-waste you ask? E-waste is an informal name for electronic products nearing the end of their "useful life."

Here's a list of common office technology that you may want to consider reselling, donating, or recycling as you make changes to these critical business tools.

  • Office Equipment: Phones, Phone Systems, Ink, Toner, AC Adapters, Projectors, Overhead Displays, VCR, DVD Players, Typewriters

  • Computers: Desktop, Laptops, Tablets, Servers, Hard Drives

  • Computer Accessories: Keyboards, Mice, Power Supplies, Motherboards / Circuit Boards, Cables, Speakers, CD, DVD, Tape &, Floppy Drives, UPS Batteries & Backup Systems

  • Computer Components: Power Supplies, Motherboards, PCI Cards, Memory, Hard Drives, Computer Fans, Drives, Tape Backup

  • Monitors: LCD monitors, CRT monitors

  • Networking: Routers, Switches, Wireless Routers, Access Points, Bridges, Firewalls, Cabling, Modems, KVM Switches

It's not if, but when the time comes to update business technology. Whether your organization chooses to resell, donate, or responsibly recycle outdated electronics, here are a few local options to consider.

RESELL

DONATE

RECYCLE


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