DP Electronic Recycling is a full service electronic recycling company offering environmentally sound solutions to e-waste recycling. All hazardous materials contained in electronic devices are extracted in a contained and environmentally safe manner and disposed of properly.
Recoverable materials are then removed, sorted and resorted as commodities. These commodities are then recycled and made into different products. This is an important stage in recycling aids in the steps toward reducing the consumption of our natural resources. Some of the materials that can be recovered through e-waste recycling are precious metals such as, gold, silver, palladium, copper, aluminum and steel.
We follow the Waste Management Hierarchy of responsible recycling set forth in the e-Stewards Standard. The hierarchy is a three-tiered approach starting with the most preferred method to the lead preferred method.
1st Phase – Reuse:
The first phase of the electronics recycling process is to visually inspect each device and sort out any units that can be reused or refurbished. All data containing devices will be sanitized in accordance with the NIST Special Publication 8002-88 Revision 1 guidelines. The devices that are set for reuse and refurbishment will be tested for full functionality and sold to reuse markets.
2nd Phase – Recover:
The electronic equipment that does not pass visual inspection will be sent for processing. The devices will be de-manufactured and seperated into commodities. The seperated commodities, plastic, metal, glass printed circuit boards, etc. will be set for recycling.
3rd Phase – Recycle:
After de-manufacturing the electronics, all the materials will be processed and sent back into the ecosystem for use in new products.
Computers, Keyboards, Mice, Circuit Boards, Monitors, Printers, Scanners, Copiers, Fax Machines, VCRs, CD Players, Stereos, Telephones & Cell Phones, Televisions, Component Parts
Washers/Dryers, Refrigerators, Freezers, Water Heaters, Ranges, Microwaves, Air Conditioners, Dehumidifiers, Water Coolers
Fluorescent Light Bulbs and Ballasts:
Straight Bulbs, Compact fluorescents, High-intensity discharge (HID) lamps, U-Shaped Bulbs, Circular bulbs, PCB ballasts and Non-PCB ballasts
Non-ferrous metals, plastic, and glass from electronics equipment, including circuit boards, computer components, wire, copper containing items, ballasts, etc.