Businesses Can Recycle Computers in Atlanta at TriStar Recycling
If your business is replacing your old, outdated computers with new ones, we recycle computers at TriStar Recycling. We pay fair scrap metal prices, which vary according to the current prices of scrap metal on the global market. Our commitment to our customers is that we will provide you with superior and competitive returns on any scrap metal that we buy at Gwinnett Metal Recycling. We will provide a custom quote for you when you contact us by phone at 770.609.2699, or you can contact us by completing our online contact form. We will provide a written price quote for you, once we know exactly what is included in your order. You have the option of selling your scrap computers, now, or you can wait until scrap metal prices increase.
Your business may have many other kinds of recyclable metals that you can also bring along with your computers that you want to recycle. We accept all kinds of ferrous and non-ferrous metals for copper recycling in Atlanta. Here are a few other electronics that you can bring to our spacious scrap metal yard:
- Computer monitors
- Mobile phones
- Anything with a circuit board or computer chip
We are conveniently located less than 10 minutes north of I-285 in Norcross, Georgia.
Recycle Computers at TriStar Recycling
Each of the computers owned by your business contains metals that can be used over again to repair other computers. These metals are also used to make new computers. You can feel good about getting your scrap computers to TriStar Recycling, where we recycle computers in a way that is the safest for the environment.
Many of us have not stopped to realize how important it is to dispose of electronics in the way that is best for the environment. When a cell phone or other electronic gadget no longer works, we usually toss it in the garbage and buy a new one, never stopping to realize the problems that could result when many millions of people in the country are doing the very same thing. Before long, landfills become overly crowded with bulky old desktop computers and mounds of other electronics. It is much better to recycle these items, as well as other scrap metal, in Norcross, GA. Here are some reasons why recycling scrap metal is the best choice for the environment:
- Computers, TVs, and other electronics often contain toxic materials that should be disposed of in the proper way, according to the US Environmental Protection Agency.
- When manufacturers of computers and electronics need metals to produce new items, the air that we breathe is polluted by manufacturing centers that produce these items. There is less air pollution produced by recycling metals.
- Metals can be used again and again. They are not limitless in the world.
- Electronics contain precious metals, although these are small amounts that are of little value to the owner of the cell phone or other device. When combined with millions of others, substantial amounts of recyclable gold, silver, platinum, copper, and other metals are saved and can be reused.
- As metals become rarer, consumer prices will rise, and we will pay more for new cell phones, computers, laptops, and various other electronics.
TriStar Recycling Is the Best Place to Dispose of Electronics in Atlanta
It is easy to dispose of electronics if you live in the Greater Atlanta area, because we are conveniently located less than 10 minutes north of I-285. We accept scrap electronics and most other metals that make copper recycling in Atlanta fast and easy. You will receive dollars for your scrap metal, plus we pay you Scrap Points for every dollar you earn. After you save your points to redeem later, you will be able to trade them in for sporty apparel or new electronics, or even a flat screen TV.
Many scrap electronics end up in the trash and eventually fill up local landfills. According to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), 2.4 million tons of e-waste are disposed of by throwing these materials away, or by recycling. Scrap metal recycling in Atlanta is fast and easy at TriStar Recycling, located in Norcross, Georgia. Our specially designed recycling software quickly computes the dollars that you receive for your scrap electronics, so it takes only a few minutes to recycle.
All electronics have circuit boards inside, and they are made with small amounts of precious metals. Here are some of the scrap metals that may be found in unusable electronics:
- Gold, silver, palladium, and platinum
- Copper, tin, aluminum zinc, nickel, lead, and iron
After removing these metals, they are able to be used, time and time again, to repair computers and other electronics, or to make new ones. Throwing these metals into your local landfill is wasteful, since precious metals are limited in supply.
Scrap Electronics and Other Items with Circuit Boards
Computers, laptops, cell phones, computer monitors, keyboards, and other scrap electronics have circuit boards in them. We recycle all kinds of scrap electronics that contain circuit boards or computer chips inside. In addition to paying you dollars for recycling, we also give you Scrap Points that you can save and redeem later for apparel or electronics. Some studies report that the average household has 24 electronics. If you are planning to replace any of these items, or if some of your electronics are not usable, bring them to us for recycling.