Electronics Recycling / E-Waste Recycling / E-Scrap

Electronic waste or e-waste or e-scrap, is a term reserved for disposed electrical or electronic devices. It is important to recycling these materials not only because they bog down our landfills, but also because the cadmium and mercury that many electronic products contain can be hazardous to our soil, water and atmosphere.

With the services offered by e-Green Recycling Management you can conveniently and easily recycling your e-waste. We adhere to the Recycling Industry Operating Standard (RIOS) and are also R2 certified. This means that we hold ourselves to the standards outlined by these powerful frameworks, accountable to the laws and requirements when recycling electronic products.

Lastly, as required of all companies, we comply with the New York State DEC Electronic Reuse and Recycling Act.

The recycling items that we accept are as follows:

  • AC Adapter
  • Answering Machines
  • Ballasts
  • Cable Boxes
  • Calculators
  • Camcorders
  • CD/DVD Players
  • Cell Phones & Chargers
  • Copiers
  • Computers (CPU’s, Laptops, Servers)
  • CRT Monitors
  • Digital Cameras
  • Docking Stations
  • Electric Typewriters
  • Fax Machines
  • Game Systems
  • Hard Drives
  • Keyboards/Mice / Peripherals
  • LCD Monitors
  • Memory Sticks
  • Pagers
  • PDA’s
  • Plastic Fans
  • Power Supplies
  • Printers
  • Projectors
  • Radios
  • Remote Controls
  • Scanners
  • Server Cabinets
  • Speakers
  • Stamp Machines
  • Stereos
  • Tape Payers
  • Telephones
  • Toner / Ink Cartridges
  • Televisions
  • VCR’s
  • Wires
  • And More!

Items that are not accepted:

  • Scrap containing asbestos
  • Items containing Beryllium
  • Lead painted scrap
  • Radioactive sources (i.e.  smoke detectors)
  • Hazardous or toxic waste

E-Waste Recycling Pickup Services

If you live in any of the five boroughs of New York, Long Island or Northern Jersey pickup services are available for bulk equipment. We have conveniently located drop off points for apartments and residential areas as well as container bins for specific towns.