Business Junk Removal Services

Do you have a computer junk yard growing in your Company? Are outdated photocopy machines and electronic equipment cluttering your valuable work areas? Discover why Remington Junk Removal should manage the removal of your outdated computer equipment. From privacy issues to environmental regulations, when a computer leaves your company it can become a serious risk for your business and the Environment. We can mitigate your risk, shield you from liability and protect the Environment with our unique process.


COMPUTER RECYCLING

With increased technological advancement also comes an increased amount of obsolete equipment. Computer recycling is important now more than ever, with shiny new gadgets rapidly popping up on the market every day.

You don’t have to feel bad about buying new equipment if you’re engaging in proper computer recycling. But how do you do it? You can’t just dump it out with the rest of your garbage, since computers often contain chemicals that can cause damage to the environment. Plus, businesses can be heavily fined if they’re caught practicing unsafe computer disposal. If you need to make room for new gadgets, let Remington handle your old computer disposal.


PRINTER RECYCLING

These days, printers can do everything – from printing, scanning, and copying – and they’re even getting more affordable. Got a printer that you want to upgrade, or one that’s broken and you don’t know where to put it? If you need to recycle printers that no longer meet your needs, Remington can help. We’ll either get your printers recycled or, if they’re still in working order, get them to someone who can use them.


MONITOR RECYCLING

Did you know that many electronic devices contain chemicals that can harm our health and the environment if they’re not disposed of properly?

Computer monitor recycling is especially important because monitors contain harmful chemicals like lead, cadmium, and mercury. When monitors are crushed in landfills, these chemicals are released into the air and water, and have been linked to serious respiratory and neuropsychological disorders. Most trash haulers won’t pick up old monitors or computers for these reasons.

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