Our PICK UP service is for commercial and business customers only. NO RESIDENTIAL pick ups are available at this time (this includes home based businesses), however items can be dropped off at our warehouse or you can contact your local city or county for recycling services.
Due to Covid19 this is the only Electronics Recycling Center That Is Open For Drop Off’s:
Only Commercial/Business Services Available. No Residential Customer Services Available.
Businesses Can Schedule A Pickup Using The Form Above.
Athens-Clarke County Computer Recycling
Recycle Office, IP, SIP Voip Phones, Computers, Servers, Laptops, Printers, Toner, Tablets, Audio/Video, LCD Monitors, IT Equipment, Modems, Routers, Switches, UPS’s, you own used IT Equipment – If it plugs in to the wall or requires a battery, we can take care of it with our EPA compliant convenient e-waste pickup.
Athens-Clarke County Electronics Recycling Data Destruction
Secure Hard Drive Destruction services with options to wipe, crush or shred your data. Our secure Data Destruction options give you guaranteed peace of mind that your data is completely safe.
Athens-Clarke County Electronics Recycling Logistics
Beyond Surplus will handle the logistics of equipment pick-up and delivery to its warehouse from your company’s location(s). Beyond Surplus will provide the labor to move and palletize the equipment on site and deliver to its warehouse if necessary.
Athens-Clarke County Electronics Recycling Facts
Incorporated Date: January 14, 1991
Total Area: 125.0 sq mi
Clarke County, now consolidated with the City of Athens, took its territory from Jackson County. Still the smallest of all 159 Georgia counties, Clarke honors the memory of General Elijah Clarke of Revolutionary War fame. Athens grew up around the University of Georgia, the country’s first university to earn a state-supported charter.
Clarke County was created in 1801 by an act of the Georgia General Assembly on December 5. It was named for Revolutionary War hero Elijah Clarke and included 250 square miles (647.5 km2) that was formerly part of Jackson County. Colonel Clarke played a leading role the 1779 victory at the Battle of Kettle Creek in Wilkes County. The Elijah Clarke Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution erected a monument to him in Broad Street in Athens.
Athens-Clarke County Electronics Recycling Service Area
Beyond Surplus services businesses in the following cites in this county: