Computer, eWaste, & Electronics Recycling in Tucson, AZ
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
Don’t let fear stop you from recycling your electronics. R3eWaste, an environmentally responsible company in Tucson AZ, can easily and responsibly recycle your computer equipment. If electronic waste is too daunting a task for you, we at R3eWaste are here to simplify the process.
The city of Tucson, AZ and the surrounding area is a great place to live and an even better area to recycle electronic equipment and computers. With so many people upgrading their technology in this digital age, more electronics are being thrown away every day. This can cause an environmental disaster if not disposed of properly. Fortunately for Tucsonans, they have access to recycling centers that recycle all types of e-waste. If you live in the area or just passing through town and need someplace to recycle your old computer or other electronics near Tucson, Arizona then consider our recycling program at R3eWaste.
The r3e Waste Process
The R3eWaste Process
The Electronic Recycling Process for Unwanted Electronics in Tucson, Arizona
We make recycling as simple as possible for customers with our motto: “Simplify for Savings.”
The R3eWaste process begins with either our team collecting electronic devices from a customer’s home or business through our pick-up service or a customer bringing their e-waste to a drop-off location. Our recycling program for old electronics is almost always free for those who participate. Our team then inspects the electronic waste. With a quick evaluation, we recycle any hazardous materials and process what’s left in an environmentally friendly manner. Non-functional electronic equipment is disassembled into individual components, which are sorted and recycled.
We recycle almost any type of standard electronic component, including:
- Old Computers and Components (CPUs, cables, hard drives, servers, data centers)
- LCD Monitors
- Printers, Scanners, Fax Machines
- Cell Phones and Tablets
Recycling Services for Tucson, Arizona Residents in Pima County
We offer residential recycling services to residents in the southern Arizona/Pima County area, including R3eWaste Phoenix facility and Tucson. Recycle bins are available for pickup or drop-off, depending on the size of your items. If you don’t want to make a special trip, especially if you are intending to recycle numerous pieces of electronic equipment, our team at R3eWaste is happy to arrange for curbside pickup at your residence or local community drop-off site.
**NOTE: We do not accept Televisions or CRT devices from residential customers due to the cost of recycling these devices.
We also charge $5.00 per desktop printer/fax machine.
What Is IT Asset Disposition (ITAD)?
IT Asset Disposition (ITAD) is the process of moving or disposing of computer equipment, with customer safety and privacy given careful consideration. IT asset disposition is a huge responsibility for companies and organizations because the equipment is often expensive, difficult to recycle, and without the proper equipment most data cannot successfully be retrieved.
Companies, like those in Tucson, Arizona, have a responsibility to recycle electronic equipment responsibly when possible. Responsible recycling ensures the equipment doesn’t end up in landfills. R3eWaste is proud to provide a 100% environmentally friendly service that is almost always free and benefits the environment.
A High-Tech Recycling Program
Our innovative Inventory Management System (IMS) software is designed to provide full transparency into our recycling process. Residents of Tucson, Arizona can track the recycling process of their electronics with confidence and peace of mind knowing operations are being handled responsibly and ethically. At the end of each process, customers will be able to see how much money they have saved and earned through their participation in our e-waste recycling program.
Unmatched Data Destruction
Our electronic recycling services also include data destruction. Digital data destruction is the process of completely wiping electronic data from e-waste. Customers often request the process to provide an additional level of comfort. A lack of data destruction support is a common reason why people opt to throw away their unwanted electronics in a landfill rather than a responsible electronic recycling program. We wanted to change that.
R3eWaste offers a secure, environmentally friendly process for destroying sensitive data on hard drives and memory cards, and all other electronic waste. Data security is important to us, which is why we want the information on your electronics to be safe and uncompromised. We go to extreme measures to safeguard your data, and we recycle responsibly for the environment. This is why we provide a data destruction service as an integral part of our e-waste recycling program.
R3eWaste Partner Program
Members of our partner program can quickly see which commodities they’re recycling and track their revenue in real-time. We provide complete visibility for each step of the process through our software. Read more about our electronics and computer recycling partnership to learn how all old electronics are processed in an eco-friendly manner at no cost to the customer.
R3E Waste Partner Program
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