Electronics (E-Waste) Recycling


Secure e-Waste Recycling to comply with all local,

state and federal guidelines

For excess hardware with no residual value, EIH will securely and efficiently recycle your surplus hardware. EIH employs a zero-landfill policy and all hardware is processed in accordance with all local, state, and Federal guidelines. Only R2 downstream companies are used to recycle hardware with no value.​​

When items come into our recycling facility, they are scanned into our inventory tracking system and hard drives are removed. If the items are thought to have re-sale potential, they are then sent to the testing area. If not they are sent to the dismantle line for disassembly.

The next steps for the units that are deemed not for sale or non-working are to be torn down for parts and items are separated into component parts. These parts could consist of items such as steel, copper, aluminum, glass, plastic, memory, and CPUs. These raw materials are then sent to  R2 Certified downstream processors.

EIH issues a certificate of recycling and data security for all hardware processed.