Beyond Surplus has taken the guesswork out of Atlanta Computer Recycling. Electronics are not like your regular trash. There are correct ways to dispose of or recycle them, and Beyond Surplus is here to lend a hand. We offer comprehensive e-waste disposal solutions to help you get rid of electronics, whatever form or quantity they come in. With our assistance, you can eliminate your e-waste while complying with regulations and recommended practices.
We accept various types of e-waste for commercial establishments and public facilities, including offices, healthcare institutions, and schools. Our team can come to pick up items like computers and peripherals, laptops, medical equipment, IT hardware, and printers. Contact us today to book a pick-up or drop-off!
Atlanta Electronics Recycling
Most electronics contain substances that are toxic to the environment. These shouldn’t be thrown into landfills because they can leak into water tables or soil for farming. Aside from that, these materials are also highly valuable and hard to access. That’s why recycling them is important. They can be reused again in other types of electronics. It’s no surprise that Georgia has clear rules about how these types of waste should be managed.
At Beyond Surplus, we can help you stay in compliance with local, state, and federal laws for e-waste recycling. We provide complete electronics recycling services to give you a hassle-free experience. Count on us to take care of items like:
- Wires and Cables
- Audio and Video Equipment
- IT Equipment
- Printers and Fax Machines
For a full list of items we can dispose of or recycle, click here.
Computer Recycling Atlanta
Given how Atlanta is the heart of commerce and trade in Georgia, it’s not surprising that there’s a huge amount of electronic waste coming from the city and the rest of the metro area. Getting rid of all these means working with a team that practices EPA-compliant waste management solutions. Thankfully, Beyond Surplus is here to offer premier computer recycling solutions.
We work with offices, schools, small businesses, and other commercial clients to help them get rid of their unwanted monitors, motherboards, and peripherals. We then bring them to our facility where we can begin the recycling process.
Computer Recycling Marietta, GA
It’s not just Atlanta that we serve. We also cover the computer recycling and disposal needs of businesses and public offices in Marietta, GA. Since the city is a part of the Atlanta metropolitan area, our team can easily drive to any location and help you get rid of your unwanted computer equipment. Then, we’ll bring them back to our facility so we can begin disassembling, sorting, and sanitizing the equipment.
Data Destruction Atlanta
Computers contain sensitive information about you and your customers, stakeholders, and partners. However much you want to remove everything, you might not be able to eliminate all the data entirely. Thankfully, we offer data destruction services as part of our e-waste recycling and disposal services.
We carry the right tools to destroy storage media like flash drives, hard drives, and solid-state drives beyond recovery. Best of all, it’s all free! We’ll even show you proof of the destruction for your peace of mind.
Electronic Recycling Atlanta
Our recycling and disposal solutions are not just limited to computers, laptops, and peripherals. We accept other types of e-waste from IT businesses, corporate offices, schools, and government institutions. Rely on us to take care of items like printers and fax machines, smartphones, audio or speaker systems, batteries, data servers, and appliances. We serve customers from the following areas in Fulton County and Atlanta metropolitan area:
- College Park
- East Point
- Johns Creek
- Sandy Springs
- South Fulton
- Union City
Electronic Recycling Atlanta, GA
At Beyond Surplus, we believe that electronic recycling should be free. Reducing your waste and doing your part in protecting the environment shouldn’t cost you additional expenses. That’s why we offer electronics recycling solutions in Atlanta at no charge. We’ll take your broken, outdated, or obsolete electronics and recycle them at your facility.
There are three ways you can get rid of your electronic waste:
- Pick-Up: Our crew can come to your business to de-install, inventory, and take your items from your site to our facility.
- Drop-Off: If you are a business or Residential customer, You can schedule a drop-off of your items at our facility in Smyrna Cobb County. Our address is 1835 S Cobb Industrial Blvd SE #105, Smyrna, GA 30082.
- Mail-In: We accept select computer parts and electronic items for mail-in. We’ll send a shipping label to your location so you can send it back along with your e-waste to our facility.
Electronic Recycling Marietta, GA
Aside from Atlanta, we provide e-waste recycling solutions to businesses in Marietta. We follow EPA-compliant procedures and adhere to strict e-waste disposal regulations like the zero-landfill policy. In addition, we don’t export our collected items to other countries, unlike other companies in Georgia.
Hard Drive Destruction Atlanta
One of the most popular methods of storing information is by using hard drives. Erasing their contents before disposal is one way to ensure that this information won’t be stolen by nefarious elements. However, professionals in data recovery can still access your sensitive data even if you’ve formatted your hard drive.
You won’t have to worry about that with Beyond Surplus. As part of our computer disposal services, we offer hard drive destruction services in Atlanta and surrounding areas. We use a Department of Defense-compliant erasure program called DoD 5220.22-M, giving you peace of mind that your data won’t get leaked or stolen.
Hard Drive Shredding Atlanta
Beyond Surplus offers unmatched hard drive shredding services as part of our data destruction services. Rely on us to securely wipe your storage media and hardware by having them pass through our industrial shredders. Best of all, it’s all free! You can also request a video of the shredding for a fee, or you can come and watch it in person. That way, you have irrefutable evidence that your data is destroyed beyond recovery.
Recycle Computers in Atlanta
To ensure a convenient and efficient process, we follow a systematic approach to your computer recycling and disposal services.
- As mentioned, we can either pick up your items or you can drop them off or mail them to our facility.
- For pick-ups, we’ll handle the logistics. We have the fleet, equipment, and professionals to handle pick-up and delivery from your premises to our facility. In addition, we can handle the de-installation if needed.
- We also provide free Drop-Off Receipts, Certificates of Recycling and Data Destruction, and Transfer of Liability contracts should you need them.
- All your items will be inspected and sanitized. In addition, we’ll remove asset tags, stickers, and other identifying marks to protect you and your company’s privacy.
- We’ll then disassemble the items and sort the parts that can be recycled from ones that should be destroyed. The latter will be disposed of per local, state, and federal regulations.
- To give you peace of mind, we’ll provide video evidence of the destruction for a fee.
Recycle Electronics Atlanta
Beyond Surplus accepts most types of e-waste for recycling. If you need to get rid of the following, we’ll take care of it:
- Cameras and Accessories
- Speaker and Sound Systems
- Printers and Fax Machines
- IT Equipment
- Connectivity Equipment
- Cables and Wires
- Laboratory and Testing Equipment
- Telecom Equipment
Lab Equipment Disposal
Some industries have specialized equipment, such as testing laboratories. It might not always seem apparent how to dispose of these items, but as long as these have electronic components, Beyond Surplus can take care of it. We accept various testing equipment used in laboratories either for pick-up, drop-off, or mail-in. For these types of items, we request a certificate of decontamination to prevent cross-contamination and endanger the safety of our workers.
Here are some of the lab equipment we accept:
- Calibration Weights
- Chromatography Columns and Reservoirs
- Photomultiplier Tubes
- Light Guides, Ring Lights, and Rod Tips
Medical Equipment Disposal
One of our specialty industries is healthcare and medicine. Beyond Surplus works with hospitals, clinics, dental practices, and other similar institutions to help them get rid of electronic waste. Under our simplified medical equipment recycling program, we’ll de-install, remove, and bring items from your facility to ours. Our team makes it a point to work efficiently to reduce disturbance in your daily operations.
Let our team take care of the following and more:
- Sensors, Ultrasounds, and Probes
- Medical Carts
- X-Ray Plate and Sensor Holders
- Dental Nitrous Oxide Flowmeters
- Blood Pressure Cuffs and Hoses
- Stethoscope Parts and Accessories
IT Equipment Disposal
Beyond Surplus helps companies comply with IT asset disposition (ITAD) best practices. This encompasses recycling, repurposing, and disposing of unwanted IT equipment — offered all for free. If there’s a huge volume of IT components and you still want to make profit from it, we can buy them outright or enter a profit-sharing agreement. Whichever the case, we’ll create a custom-developed IT asset disposal program to address your unique needs.
Contact Us for Atlanta Computer Recycling
Need to dispose of e-waste safely while still complying with Atlanta disposal regulations? Beyond Surplus is here to help. We’re your trusted company offering computer and electronics recycling and disposal services. To schedule a drop-off or pick-up, please contact us today!
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