Electronics & Computer Recycling in Glendale, Arizona
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 wasting time and resources by coordinating with an excessive number of vendors and complex waste removal operations. 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 Tempe, Arizona area includes companies of all sizes, various municipalities, and government agencies. We also offer recycling support services for Tempe-area residents.
The r3e Waste Process
R3eWaste keeps the electronics recycling process as straightforward as possible.
Our process begins with the collection of your recyclable electronic components. Our crew is R2 trained and fully insured so you can enjoy peace of mind while we handle the lifting, loading, pallet service, and wrapping if necessary. We can also take care of disassembly if you need to recycle large data center structures or server hardware, and we will do so while maintaining complete data security. Everything we collect is immediately transported to our Glendale facilities for processing. R3eWaste also provides this same level of collection service throughout the US thanks to our wide network of shipping partners.
After collection, all of your recyclable materials are weighed and inventoried at our Glendale, Arizona facility. R3eWaste uses industry-leading technology to track everything that comes into our facilities. The Inventory Management System (IMS) tracks each item from entry in our facility until it reaches its final destination. We are the only recycling company in Glendale to offer this level of transparency with our inventory management.
We maintain strict data security with all of our operations. We conduct a four-stage deletion process on every data-bearing device we collect. This process exceeds the standards for proper data deletion set by the Department of Defense. We provide our customers with total assurance that every data-bearing device is fully wiped, and we can even provide serialized certification for every device we handle upon request.
The final stage of our recycling process is to calculate the total possible value of all of your items. Our vast network of downstream partners allows us to extract the maximum value out of every end-of-life electronic device we recycle for you in Glendale. R3eWaste will then split this revenue with you to help you get the most value out of your recycled materials.
We never deposit anything we collect into landfills. Every recyclable item we collect is tracked, processed, and recycled through our network of downstream partners.
Glendale, Arizona organizations can work with R3eWaste to recycle items that most other recycling companies will refuse to take. We recycle virtually every type of standardized electronic device, such as computer hardware, monitors of all types, TVs of all types, cell phones, cameras, credit card machines, audio/video gear, networking equipment, batteries, UPS scanners, and many other types of electronic devices. We will also accept and recycle light bulbs, cardboard, and paper.
We currently do not offer any residential recycling pickup services to Glendale area residents. However, local residents can drop off their recyclable materials to our facility on weekdays from 8am to 3pm. We only ask that you call before dropping anything off at the R3eWaste electronics recycling facility as some recycling requests may entail small fees. If you need additional information about our recycling services, our facilities, or the local recycling events we host, visit the R3eWaste community page.