San Diego E-Waste Recycling
In San Diego and all of California, it is illegal to discard electronic devices such as phones, computers, and screens into the regular garbage. It is also illegal to dump them into the blue recycling bins. Electronic devices contain hazardous materials such as lead and mercury which are harmful to people and the environment. To get rid of broken or old electronic devices you need a bring your items at an e-waste collection agency or call a designated handler or recycler. Steven’s Hauling – San Diego Trash & Junk Removal is such a recycler, we provide San Diego E-Waste recycling services. Call us to dispose of your electronic components the correctly.
What is E-Waste?
E-waste refers to unwanted electronic devices or equipment that contain cathode ray tubes (CRT). CRT are found in television and computer screens. Common e-waste devices include broken computers, laptops, tablets, and cell phones. These items contain hazardous materials such as lead, cadmium, beryllium, or brominated flame retardants which are harmful to people and the environment if not handled properly. There is a huge discussion on how to manage e-waste that is generated every year in developed countries like USA. Most specialists feel that recycling is one option.
A typical household will have a few old computers, broken phones, or devices which they no longer need. Large corporations and education facilities may have many computers to dispose of. Call
About Steven’s Hauling – San Diego Trash & Junk Removal
Steve Harris, founder of Steven’s Hauling – San Diego Trash & Junk Removal was a Tech Support specialist so he is well aware of the importance of properly disposing electronic devices once they have outlived their usefulness. Currently self-employed, Steve is proud to help the community by proper e-waste recycling and disposal. He supports his family with the under-appreciated but much needed profession of junk removal, recycling and disposal. Please call for more information regarding San Diego e-waste recycling services. Contact us by phone: (619) 249-0560 or by email with this online form.