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Lowndes County Electronics Recycling

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We accept Electronics, Computers, Laptops, Medical Equipment, Industrial Equipment, Telecom Equipment, IT Equipment, Audio Video Equipment from Businesses & Residents. Click Here To See Complete list of accepted items or keep scrolling below.

Residential Televisions (TV's) NOT Accepted

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.

Only Commercial/Business Services Available. No Residential Customer Services Available.

For Questions Call 404-905-8235 Recycling Center!

Due to Covid19 this is the only Electronics Recycling Center That Is Open For Drop Off’s:

Address: 1835 S Cobb Industrial Blvd SE #105, Smyrna, GA 30082

Closes⋅ 4:30PM ⋅ Opens 9AM Monday-Friday

Phone: (404)-905-8235

See List Of Accepted Items

Businesses Can Schedule A Pickup Using The Form Above.

Lowndes 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.

Lowndes County 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.

Lowndes County 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.

Lowndes County Facts

Incorporated Date: December 23, 1825

Population: 104,583

Total Area: 504.3 sq mi

Lowndes County, created from Irwin County in 1825, nods to William Lowndes of South Carolina who won his state’s 1824 presidential nomination but died before the election. Valdosta, the county seat, bears the name of Governor George Troup’s plant.

Lowndes County Electronics Recycling Service Area

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

Dasher
Hahira
Lake Park
Remerton
Valdosta

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LOWNDES COUNTY ELECTRONICS RECYCLING

Valdosta Computer Electronics Recycling

Beyond Surplus provides Valdosta Computer Electronics Recycling Services for businesses and residential customers. Valdosta Computer Electronics Recycling Services For Residential & Business Customers We are registered with the state of Georgia as an Electronics Recycler and comply with all recycling laws. Unquestionably, Beyond Surplus keeps all electronic waste out of the landfill. In addition, we…

Complete List Of Items Accepted For Recycling

“A” Equipment

  • Audio Equipment: Amplifiers, Receivers, Speakers, Stereo, Turntable, Recycling & Disposal

“B” Equipment

  • Backup systems, media, sdlt, dat, dlt, sdlt,lto & devices of all types Recycling & Disposal
  • Base Units, Docking stations Recycling & Disposal

“C” Equipment

  • Cables / Wire Recycling & Disposal
  • Calculators Recycling & Disposal
  • CD-ROM, DVD-ROM Optical Drives & Players of all type Recycling & Disposal
  • Cellular Phones, Pages, iPhones, Blackberry, etc. Recycling & Disposal
  • Circuit Boards, PCB’s, Motherboards (any kind) Recycling & Disposal
  • Computer peripherals mice, keyboards, computer speakers Recycling & Disposal
  • Consumer Electronics: iPods, Walkman, GPS, Digital Cameras Recycling & Disposal

“D” Equipment

  • Desktop printers, laser, copiers, scanners, faxes, multi-function devices Recycling & Disposal
  • Digital Drojectors, gaming devices, cable/satellite receivers Recycling & Disposal

“F” Equipment

  • Floppy/CD/DVD/Blu-ray disks Recycling & Disposal

“H” Equipment

  • Hard drives of all types Recycling & Disposal

“I” Equipment

  • IT Equipment of all types, Firewall, VPN Recycling & Disposal
  • Apple “i” Products. Iphones, Ipads, Ipod, Imac, Macbook, All Apple Products, Apple I Products

“L” Equipment

  • Laboratory Equipment, Industrial Machinery, Aircraft Recycling & Disposal
  • Laptops, tablets, notebooks, eReaders of all types Recycling & Disposal

“M” Equipment

  • Memory cards Recycling & Disposal
  • Metals: Steel, Aluminum, Copper, Iron, etc.. Not Paid For..
  • Microwave Radio Equipment and Antennas Recycling & Disposal
  • Monitors of all types (TFT/flat screen, LCD, LED) Recycling & Disposal

“N” Equipment

  • Network Equipment of all types : Routers, Switches, Modems, Recycling & Disposal
  • New or Used Toner and Ink Cartridges Recycling & Disposal

“P” Equipment

  • PCs/Computers of all types (laptop, notebook, desktop, all-in-one) Recycling & Disposal
  • Peripherals, All Types: Mice, Keyboards, Wires, Power Strips Recycling & Disposal
  • Power cables, Cables, Connectors Recycling & Disposal
  • Power Supplies, AC Adapters Recycling & Disposal
  • Printers, Typewriters, Fax Machines, Scanners Recycling & Disposal

“R” Equipment

  • RF, Radio, and Ham Raido Parts Recycling & Disposal
  • Robotic Floor Cleaners (Roomba, Scooba, Neato, Mint, Tango) Recycling & Disposal

“S” Equipment

  • Satellite Equipment, Dishes, BUCs, LNBs, Waveguides Recycling & Disposal
  • Scanners, barcode, rfid Recycling & Disposal
  • Servers of all types (PC, mini, midrange, mainframe, etc) Recycling & Disposal
  • Small electronics including mobile phones, MP3 players/iPods, Recycling & Disposal
  • Storage devices of all types Recycling & Disposal

“T” Equipment

  • Tape drives of all types Recycling & Disposal
  • Tapes: Data Tapes of all types (DAT, DLT, Imation, SDLT etc) Recycling & Disposal
  • Telephone Equipment of all types : PBX, VOIP, Business Phones, Systems Recycling & Disposal
  • Test Equipment, Oscilloscopes, Spectrum Analyzers Recycling & Disposal

“U” Equipment

  • UPS/battery backup devices (with or without included battery) Recycling & Disposal

“V” Equipment

  • VCRs, DVD Players, BlueRay Players, Cable Boxes, Tivo, DVR, Recycling & Disposal
  • Video Equipment of all types: Video Cameras, Video Players, Upconverters. Recycling & Disposal

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How Beyond Surplus Can Help

At Beyond Surplus, We Believe That Safe, Secure Disposal Of IT Equipment And Electronics Recycling Should Not Be Complicated. We have simplified the process to these three steps below:

Schedule A Consultation:

We start by understanding your specific needs and challenges related to it equipment disposal. This is achieved through a quick no-obligation consultation.

We'll Develop A Customized Solution:

Based on your requirements, we provide a tailored solution that includes secure hard drive shredding, responsible recycling, and buyback of high-value equipment.

You Get Peace of Mind:

With Beyond Surplus, you can rest assured that your IT assets are managed securely and responsibly, freeing you to focus on your core responsibilities. Most Importantly, We Protect your brand and image by Transferring all Liability to us and Issuing a Certificate Of Recycling and Data Destruction.

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FAQs

Here are frequently asked questions on the services that we provide.

Why should I take my old electronics to an electronic recycling center?

When it comes to disposing of old electronics, electronic recycling centers provide the most responsible and environmentally friendly solution. Electronic recycling is a process that repurposes electronic components such as computers and mobile phones into new, usable items like new computers or cell phones. By taking your old electronics to a recycling center, you will be preventing them from entering landfills where they can cause considerable environmental damage due to hazardous materials such as lead and mercury. In fact, research shows that throwing away an old computer can contribute more than 4 pounds of greenhouse gases into the environment!

Why should hard drives be destroyed by professionals?

Data security: improper disposal of old hard drives can lead to severe data breaches.

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is responsible for enforcing the “Disposal Rule” which requires companies to properly dispose of personally identifiable information (PII) on computer hard drives or other digital media. The goal is to reduce the risk of data breaches and identity theft by holding companies accountable for their handling of consumer information. This rule sets the crosshairs of the FTC on the computer-recycling, IT Asset Disposal and digital media destruction process of an organization.

Who recycles computers in Atlanta?

We provide it equipment disposal services to a wide range of clients, including government agencies, healthcare providers, schools, universities, data centers, residential customers and much more.

What area do you service?

We pickup Nationwide from all contiguous United States. Handling All aspects of pickup, removal, and logistics.

Do you charge a fee to pick up equipment for recycling?

Contact Us With A List Of Equipment You Have to go over your options. Beyond Surplus will handle the logistics of equipment pick-up and delivery to its warehouse from your company’s location(s). We also make arrangements to use our own equipment, and or a trucking company to facilitate pick-up and delivery. Beyond Surplus will provide the labor to move and palletize the equipment on site and deliver to its warehouse if necessary. Additionally, Beyond Surplus will provide technicians to de-install equipment if necessary.

Can you recycle iPads?

Yes, you can absolutely recycle your old iPad. iPad recycling or any other electronic device is one of the best ways to reduce waste and limit environmental damage. The benefits of recycling your old device are countless—not only does it keep gadgets out of landfills, but it also helps extend the life cycle of materials used in manufacturing new products and decreases the need to harvest more raw materials from the planet’s resources.

Do you have a list of items you accept for recycling?

Do you have minimum quantity pickup requirements for businesses?

YES, Recycle 1 Pallet (40″x48″x5′ pile of stuff) for priority pickup, or if less you can drop off or wait for truck to be in the area.

Must the equipment be on a pallet before being picked up?

NO, The best possible way to transport LARGE QUANTITY of obsolete computer equipment is on pallets. Gaylord (Bulk) boxes (a 4-cube, heavy cardboard box that is filled on a pallet) provide the best stability.
We have found that neatly stacking components, even monitors, on a pallet will be stable for transport if shrink-wrapped well.

While having the equipment packed or palletized prior to pick up is ideal and results in a quick pick up, we know some businesses are located in High rise buildings, office parks, or locations without a loading dock or have no Pallets or Boxes to prepare the equipment for pick up. This is not a problem, Let us know, we come prepared with all the required equipment to safely remove the equipment from your building to our truck and to our warehouse.

Do you Accept Paper, Cardboard, Glass?

NO, Please contact your local City or sanitation department for the proper recycling & disposal of these item types.

Do you pick up large office copiers?

Yes, Just the copiers? Copiers Only? Request a quote, Can The Fee Be Waived? Yes Only if picked up with 2 or more pallets worth of computer or IT equipment to offset the cost. Copiers can be dropped off at our warehouse.

Do you buy scrap metal or aluminum cans? Are you a scrap metal yard?

NO, Beyond Surplus currently DOES NOT purchase ferrous and non-ferrous scrap metals. We  do accept scrap metal with NO Pay NO Charge.

Do you have an area that the equipment be dropped off at your warehouse after business hours?

NO, All equipment drop offs must be supervised during business hours per EPA guidelines.

Do you charge a fee for recycling?

Yes & No, One of the most frequently asked questions is, “Is there a Fee to drop off equipment for recycling?” For the most part NO depending on the items, please check our accepted items page to determine if there is a fee or not.

NO Charge for Computer LCD or LED Monitors

Do you pay for equipment dropped off for recycling?

NO, some equipment actually costs Beyond Surplus to recycle and dispose off correctly.

Do you pick up items for recycling from homes?

NO, RESIDENTIAL pick ups are available at this time, however items can be dropped off at our warehouse. This includes businesses operated out out homes.

Please refer to the yellow pages for companies that offer residential pickup if items cannot be dropped off at the Beyond Surplus warehouse.

Are there any limits to the amount of electronics customers can drop off?

NO, you can drop off or Businesses can schedule pick up of any quantity of items on our Accepted Items list.

Can I Schedule a Pickup over the Phone?

NO, We prefer that you submit a pickup request online at your convenience gathering all the required information,  some information like pictures of equipment and inventory lists cannot be sent over the phone furthermore an online signature is required for all pickup requests.

Do you have other drop off locations In Georgia?

NO, Just the Smyrna location. If you are unable to drop off items  at the Marietta Beyond Surplus warehouse please contact your city, county or sanitation department for your nearest recycling drop off center.

Can I mail in my equipment to be recycled by USPS, FedEx, UPS or Freight?

YES, Please contact us for instructions, depending on the items we can pay for shipping.

Don't let obsolete IT equipment become your liability

Without professional IT asset disposal, you risk data breaches, environmental penalties, and lost returns from high-value equipment. Choose Beyond Surplus to transform your IT disposal challenges into opportunities.

Join our growing clientele of satisfied customers across Georgia who trust us with their IT equipment disposal needs. Let us lighten your load.