F.A.Q.s

FAQs

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Electronic Recycling is the is the process of taking end-of-life electronics and dismantling for further use. This includes wires, fax machines, computers, laptops, copiers, etc. 

Data destruction is the process of destroying data in different ways. It can refer to destroying paper data or hard drives or other data devices. The best way to a destroy hard drives is shredding.

Urban E Recycling picks up electronic waste in all of Florida for businesses. We will also pick up from residents in areas around Tampa Bay, Orlando, and Bradenton.

Once the equipment has been picked up, each data device is shredded by AMS-300 Hard Drive Shredder, that meets and exceed DoD, (department of defense) & HIPAA, standards. The electronics are then sent for processing to determine how they will be recycled.

Urban E Recycling is a local company.  Our Tampa located is at 5630 E. Powhatan Ave. in Tampa FL 33610.  Our Bradenton location is located at 6102 24th St E, Bradenton, Florida 34203; and our new Orlando location is 2450 Forsyth Road, Orlando. We recycle by disassembling and sorting.  Accordingly, materials are sent to various responsible & licensed end users.

At your convenience.  We ask that you call or go to our website to request a pick-up.  We can often pick up the next day or we will work to accommodate your schedule.

If possible, store everything in one location, where it can be easily loaded onto our truck(s).  It is important to let us know what type of equipment & quantity you are recycling, so we can bring the right equipment for the job.

Yes. – Free to you!

Recycling electronics is free when working with Urban E Recycling. We will pick-up electronic waste from business locations in all Florida. The warehouses in Orlando, Tampa and Bradenton are available for drop offs, during business hours.

Urban E Recycling can cover the state of Florida and have a trusted network that can help us in other territories. So far, we have always found a practical and economical way to pick up computer and electronics for our customers. We travel.

Electronic recycling is a volume business. Although we have overhead, such as employees, warehouses, trucks, maintenance, certifications, and insurance, etc; with volume, we can make a profit. We pick up tons of end-of-life electronics from businesses and residents to make it worthwhile. So join us in keeping the landfill free of electronic waste.

Mother Nature doesn’t want your old computers but we do.