Category: Coweta County Electronics Recycling

Thank you for your interest in Free Coweta County Electronics Recycling. Our FREE 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.

Coweta County Computer Recycling

Coweta County Data Destruction

Coweta County Logistics

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.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.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.

Coweta County Facts

Incorporated Date: June 9, 1825
Population: 122,924
Total Area: 443.1 sq mi

Coweta County is named for a Lower Creek Indian tribe, the Cowetas. A treaty in 1825 ceded land for this county and, subsequently, for Heard and Campbell counties. (Much later, during the Great Depression, Fulton County absorbed Campbell.) Newnan, Coweta’s county seat, bears the name of another Indian fighter, General Daniel Newnan.

The land for Lee, Muscogee, Troup, Coweta and Carroll counties was ceded by the Creek people in the 1825 Treaty of Indian Springs. The counties’ boundaries were created by the Georgia General Assembly on June 9, 1826, but they were not named until December 14, 1826. Coweta County was named for the Koweta Indians (a sub-group of the Creek people), who had several towns in and around the present-day county.

In the city of Newnan, on April 23, 1899, a notorious lynching occurred after an African-American man by the name of Sam Hose (born Tom Wilkes) was accused of killing his boss, Alfred Cranford. Hose was tortured and burned alive by a lynch mob of approximately 2,000 citizens of Coweta County.

Coweta County Electronics Recycling Service Area

Beyond Surplus services businesses in the following cites in this county:

Newnan
Grantville
Haralson
Moreland
Senoia
Sharpsburg
Turin

Coweta County Electronics Recycling

Complete List here

Items Accepted For Recycling

checkbox Audio Equipment: Amplifiers, Receivers, Speakers, Stereo, Turntable, Recycling & Disposal checkbox IT Equipment of all types, Firewall, VPN Recycling & Disposal checkbox RF, Radio, and Ham Raido Parts Recycling & Disposal
checkbox Backup systems, media, sdlt, dat, dlt, sdlt,lto & devices of all types Recycling & Disposal checkbox Laboratory Equipment, Industrial Machinery, Aircraft Recycling & Disposal checkbox Robotic Floor Cleaners (Roomba, Scooba, Neato, Mint, Tango) Recycling & Disposal
checkbox Base Units, Docking stations Recycling & Disposal checkbox Laptops, tablets, notebooks, eReaders of all types Recycling & Disposal checkbox Satellite Equipment, Dishes, BUCs, LNBs, Waveguides Recycling & Disposal
checkbox Cables / Wire Recycling & Disposal checkbox Memory cards Recycling & Disposal checkbox Scanners, barcode, rfid Recycling & Disposal
checkbox Calculators Recycling & Disposal checkbox Metals: Steel, Aluminum, Copper, Iron, etc.. Not Paid For.. checkbox Servers of all types (PC, mini, midrange, mainframe, etc) Recycling & Disposal
checkbox CD-ROM, DVD-ROM Optical Drives & Players of all type Recycling & Disposal checkbox Microwave Radio Equipment and Antennas Recycling & Disposal checkbox Small electronics including mobile phones, MP3 players/iPods, Recycling & Disposal
checkbox Cellular Phones, Pages, iPhones, Blackberry, etc. Recycling & Disposal checkbox Monitors of all types (TFT/flat screen, LCD, LED) Recycling & Disposal checkbox Storage devices of all types Recycling & Disposal
checkbox Circuit Boards, PCB’s, Motherboards (any kind) Recycling & Disposal checkbox Network Equipment of all types : Routers, Switches, Modems, Recycling & Disposal checkbox Tape drives of all types Recycling & Disposal
checkbox Computer peripherals mice, keyboards, computer speakers Recycling & Disposal checkbox New or Used Toner and Ink Cartridges Recycling & Disposal checkbox Tapes: Data Tapes of all types (DAT, DLT, Imation, SDLT etc) Recycling & Disposal
checkbox Consumer Electronics: iPods, Walkman, GPS, Digital Cameras Recycling & Disposal checkbox PCs/Computers of all types (laptop, notebook, desktop, all-in-one) Recycling & Disposal checkbox Telephone Equipment of all types : PBX, VOIP, Business Phones, Systems Recycling & Disposal
checkbox Desktop printers, laser, copiers, scanners, faxes, multi-function devices Recycling & Disposal checkbox Peripherals, All Types: Mice, Keyboards, Wires, Power Strips Recycling & Disposal checkbox Test Equipment, Oscilloscopes, Spectrum Analyzers Recycling & Disposal
checkbox Digital Drojectors, gaming devices, cable/satellite receivers Recycling & Disposal checkbox Power cables, Cables, Connectors Recycling & Disposal checkbox UPS/battery backup devices (with or without included battery) Recycling & Disposal
checkbox Floppy/CD/DVD/Blu-ray disks Recycling & Disposal checkbox Power Supplies, AC Adapters Recycling & Disposal checkbox VCRs, DVD Players, BlueRay Players, Cable Boxes, Tivo, DVR, Recycling & Disposal
checkbox Hard drives of all types Recycling & Disposal checkbox Printers, Typewriters, Fax Machines, Scanners Recycling & Disposal checkbox Video Equipment of all types: Video Cameras, Video Players, Upconverters. Recycling & Disposal
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