Computer, eWaste, & Electronics Recycling in Austin, Texas
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
R3eWaste maintains a steadfast commitment to reducing landfill waste by accepting recyclable materials that other companies refuse to accept for recycling. We find ways to reuse functional devices to increase asset-based revenue for our customers whenever possible and minimize the amount of waste that winds up in landfills.
Whatever materials we receive that cannot be reduced or reused we recycle. R3eWaste is dedicated to maintaining our promise to never add anything to local landfills. We believe that coordinating with an excessive number of vendors and complex waste removal operations is a waste of time and resources. When you contact R3eWaste, our team will help you develop a corporate asset recycling strategy specific to your operation and business goals. Our client list in the Austin, Texas area includes companies of all sizes, various municipalities, and government agencies. We also offer electronics and computer recycling services for Austin-area residents.
The r3e Waste Process
The R3eWaste Process
R3eWaste accepts virtually every type of standard electronic component, including computers, monitors, servers, data centers, printers, batteries, cellular phones, cameras, video and audio gear, credit card devices, UPS scanners, and many more types of electronics. We also accept items including paper, cardboard, and other recyclable materials.
We provide residential recycling drop-offs at our Austin electronics recycling facility at 2216 Rutland Drive Suite B, starting at 8 am until 4 pm on weekdays. Some residential components and devices may incur a small fee. our community page provides additional information regarding Austin-area recycling events and facilities.
**NOTE…Recycling charges apply to ALL CRT devices and ALL Televisions. We also charge $5.00 per desktop printer/fax machine.
We keep our waste management process simple. That way, we increase revenue and reduce overhead. Both of which translates to additional savings to our valued customers.
We collect all materials from your Austin business with no pickup fees. Our collection team does all the work, are R2 trained, and fully insured. Pallet and wrapping services are available, too. We disassemble sensitive components with care to ensure the security of your data. Everything is then carefully packed and delivered directly to our Austin area recycling facility. These same services are offered through our shipping partners all across the nation.
R3eWaste developed its own web-based Inventory Management System (IMS) software to log and track electronic waste. That means we know where your equipment is – from arrival at our facility to its final destination. We carefully weigh each collection and tag the company of origin. Our techs then sort and separate the waste onto weighing sales for each commodity, i.e. keyboards, wires, circuit boards, etc. Each scale communicates with our software to track your items in real-time. Items eligible for reuse and resale are tracked separately.
Our IMS offers unparalleled transparency through every phase of our recycling operations. We are the only company to do so. Our customers can be confident that we manage their recycling responsibly and ethically. They can expect to see the exact amount of revenue return from their end-of-life assets through our R3E Dashboard.
Failing to destroy data is a serious breach of confidentiality and can result in financial liability and legal consequences. We offer several data destruction methods to avoid these issues and maintain customer confidence. From drive shredding/crushing to data wiping with 4passes, we ensure every address on the hard drive completes a zero-sum check. We also provide CDs, data destruction for paper files, ZIP drives, magnetic drives, and mobile storage devices.
Our R3eWaste Partner Program members receive their own customizedR3eWaste Dashboard Web Portal. From there, you can track commodities in realtime. You can constantly monitor your assets and your revenue from them.
Computers, servers, laptops, tablets, notebooks, I-Pads and all computing devices
Computer peripherals such as keyboards, cords, wires, cables and computer mice
Cell phones and telephones
Printers, scanners, fax machines
Medical and laboratory equipment
Data center technology
Flat screen computer monitors
Ink cartridges and toner cartridges
Copiers (stand-alone) – Charged applied based onsize
Printers – Charged applied based on size
Hand-held electronic devices
Stereos and speakers
Batteries – Rechargeable only to include: Sealed lead acid/computer back-up batteries
Battery backup systems
Cameras and all video cameras
Computer game assemblies
Specialized electronic equipment
And much, much MORE!
Unacceptable Materials List
PCB’s (ballast, transformers, capacitors, etc.)
Explosives (ammunition, firearms)
Non-electronic scrap materials (tires, office waste, etc.)
Household hazardous materials (paints, oil, etc.)
Corrosives (car batteries)
Compressed gas cylinders
Mercury switches/liquid mercury
Household appliances (blow dryers, toasters, stoves, etc.)
Hazardous/contaminated medical equipment