TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Corporate E-Waste Recycling Process
- Data Sanitization
- Acceptable Equipment for E-Waste Pickup
- Unacceptable Equipment for E-Waste Pickup
Corporate E-Waste Recycling Process
PCs for People provides free e-waste pickup and recycling* of electronic waste from businesses, educational, governmental organizations. Since PCs for People accepts nearly all electronic waste - including computers, peripherals, monitors, cables, drives, and more - you need just one company.
* PCs for People offers free pick up and processing with a minimum of 15 computers, and other e-waste. There is a charge for recycling CRT monitors and televisions.
A single pickup can be scheduled or setup to reoccur as needed. If you have questions or concerns, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. After being scheduled, a team of workers will arrive at your location and physically remove equipment from storage areas.
A Transfer of Ownership form will be signed by the client and PCs for People at the time of pickup. The Transfer of Ownership notes that PCs for People will adhere to all laws governing disposal, is responsible for data, and accepts all equipment as is. Once loaded, assets are transported to the nearest PCs for People office.
If assets are being removed from your company by staff from the PCs for People St. Paul office, additional data sanitization steps will be taken. To learn more about our NAID AAA certified data sanitization process, visit our Data Sanitization page.
PCs for People is the only recycler in Minnesota and one of only two in Colorado to offer both NAID AAA-certified data sanitization and R2-certified e-waste recycling. These rigorous certifications assure that your data is protected through strict adherence to the highest standards of information destruction, hard drive sanitization, and all recycling is environmentally responsible.