Responsible E-Waste Recycling

Responsible e-waste recycling serves the greater good and improves ROI

e waste recycling near meIt’s possible to incur $10,000 a day in fines for improper landfill disposal. In addition to avoiding fines; it’s a matter of social responsibility. Unlawfully or carelessly disposed electronics create grave hazards to the environment and our health. Now, more than ever, having a partnership with Synetic, an audited and certified e-waste recycling firm that understands EPA recycling, gives your company the peace of mind associated with practicing safe environmental policies and that you are protected from liability.

Responsible IT asset disposal isn’t only the right thing to do, but it’s also a commitment to good environmental stewardship, which is expected by some consumers or vendors and demanded by others.

It’s imperative that your company gets in front of environmental matters since unfamiliarity is not an excuse. EPA guidelines and laws are constantly evolving and the consequences for disregarding them are steep. And through the media and environmental policy, companies face increased visibility and regulation that can play out negatively on a public platform.

According to EPA statistics, less than a quarter of the over 3.4 million tons of e-waste (containing cadmium, lead, mercury and other hazardous materials) generated in 2011 was recycled. The remaining 75%+ was sent to landfills or incinerators.

Our zero tolerance policy on contributing to landfills

Synetic Technologies adheres to a strict zero-landfill policy, focused on recycling 100 percent of end-of-life electronics. Our mantra is reuse, remarket, recycle.

  • Reusable equipment is reintroduced to the market or adapted to new applications to extend IT assets’ lifespan, thus minimizing environmental impact.
  • Raw materials from de-manufactured equipment are given a new life in new products.
  • Our online reporting system tracks your assets through every step of the recycling process.
  • You’re given a detailed audit of your recycled and remarketed assets, which doesn’t end in a landfill.
  • As part of our full lifecycle services, Synetic recovers and recycles all types of IT-related batteries.

When it’s all said and done, you have no doubt that your IT assets were recycled through EPA-regulated, certified and audited channels to reduce environmental waste and conserve energy and valuable raw materials.

Batteries contain mercury, lead, cadmium and nickel, which can contaminate the environment when improperly disposed. Hazardous metals might be released into the air or can concentrate in the ash produced by incinerating.

Our approach to IT asset re-marketing

ITAM & ITAD companies are shown in a field of green grassWe don’t conform to the old ways of managing IT assets when they’ve aged. Technology isn’t just a tool to get things done. For many companies, it’s an investment and an asset.

With our full-service asset disposition and management services, Synetic Technologies helps you determine the value of your existing assets and develop the asset recovery solution that’s right for your business.

Synetic Technologies brings our expertise in assessing market values to e-waste recycling. We ensure your assets are channeled through the right markets – wholesale, B2B, and B2C – to ensure they generate maximum ROI.

Donating and re-purposing gives back to and helps the communities in which you do business

Extending the life of your assets is an altruistic, environment-friendly approach. Synetic often partners with community-based organizations like school districts and their foundations to hold refurbished computer sales. We’re creative when it comes to customizing your community-minded initiatives. Our team takes the lead in helping you recover, recondition and repurpose your decommissioned IT assets for charitable events or market redeployment.

Recoup revenue via:

  • Refurbishment
  • Residual value recovery
  • Redeployment
  • Charitable donation
  • Employee sale
  • School district and foundation sales

Recoverable assets:

  • Desktop computers
  • Laptops
  • Monitors
  • Servers
  • Phone systems
  • Telecommunications equipment
  • Networking equipment
  • Storage systems
  • Audio/visual equipment
  • Handheld devices
  • Printers/copies/scanners

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