Here at E-Waste Assassin we believe that it takes everyone’s help to reduce the amount of waste on this earth. That’s why we actively weigh our garbage before it goes out. We are in the process of switching all of our forms and other print materials to digital versions.
Let us know in the comments what you do in your business to reduce waste?
E-Waste is the term that’s loosely applied to consumer electronics that have outlived their usefulness and there’s more and more of it piling up each year. E-Waste disposal has become a featured issue in recent years and steps have been taken to ensure that it is disposed of properly and in ways that most benefit the environment and consumers.
E-Waste disposal, data destruction and computer recycling are all terms used to describe the methods of disposing of computer and electronic waste ...Continue Reading →
The average American House has 24 electronic products, and all of them are potential e-waste. e-Waste represents 2% of America’s trash in landfills, but 70% of its toxic waste. Believe it or not, households store 5 times more computer products by weight than commercial establishments! The EPA is the government agency designated to help every American do their part to reduce E-Waste and their growing concern about e-waste should be important to all of us.
As of 2009 (where we have ...Continue Reading →
FREE Hard Drive Wiping Sure to Increase Computer Recycling in Tucson
We all want to do right by the environment…as long as it’s painless and doesn’t cost anything of course! For a while now, E-Waste Assassin has charged a nominal hard drive wipe fee to get rid of sensitive data on hard drives that come along with equipment that is brought to us for recycling. Unfortunately, the nominal $15 fee has seemed to turn away more clients than it has helped. The ...Continue Reading →
With the current debate about “Climate-Gate” and the validity of Global Warming as we now see it, there is an overwhelming feeling that all earth friendly practices are unnecessary. After all, if we’re not causing the Earth’s demise, why worry about what we do, right? While the debate rages on, we stand firm in our conviction that the accumulation of Electronic Waste (E-Waste) is ...Continue Reading →