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Electronic Drop Off Solutions: What Should You Do With Your Old Electronics?

Introduction The purchase of electronic devices has grown exponentially in recent years, and their lifespan has become increasingly shorter. Most of the items end up in landfills; they aren’t degradable and contain high toxins. The chemical elements can seep into the ground and possibly into water supplies or the atmosphere, affecting surrounding communities. Electronic drop […]

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A Guide to Electronic Scrap Buyers: How to Get Cash for Your Scrap

Due to the constant change in technology and devices upgrade, there is a high accumulation of electronic waste globally. It comprises discarded computers, office equipment, televisions sets, and mobile phones, among many. Unfortunately, most e-waste ends in the garbage due to lack of knowledge and limited electronic scrap buyers. However, you can still help save […]

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Data Destruction: Top Tips for Staying Compliant

The tech world has changed tremendously over the last two decades. There are so many amounts of digital data created every second. This deluge isn’t slowing down, and the rate of data creation keeps on increasing. With the creation of so much data comes the eventual need for data destruction. According to one International Data […]

A Comprehensive Guide To Copper Recycling

Copper is an element and mineral, important for your everyday life. Copper is considered a key industrial metal due to the malleability, resistance to corrosion, high ductility, and electrical and thermal conductivity. When metals used in the United States are considered, copper ranks third, right behind iron and aluminum. If you are asking the question […]

Why Do We Recycle Computers? And Other Answers to Your E-Cycling Questions

Why Do We Recycle Computers, Anyway? Why do we recycle computers? It’s a question that deserves an answer. It’s a question that has many good answers, too. Recycling, in general, can be a wonderful thing. The many diverse advantages of recycling include but are not limited to the following: Minimizing the degree of waste that […]

How to Recycle Old Electronics: Top Tips for Computer Recycling

You’re at a standstill as to what you’ll do with those stacks of boxes in your garage or home office, stuffed to the gills with electronic parts, old computers, and obsolete technology. How do you recycle this mishmash of parts? Where do you take it all? Never fear, there are sources for your current electronic […]

A Notice from CJD E-Cycling: Our Response to Coronavirus

The Edwardsville location is operating under normal business hours, while the East Alton location is by appointment only. COVID-19 Safety Protocol In light of precautions being taken to protect all customers from COVID-19, steps are being taken to minimize contact with site staff. Staff will wear masks and gloves, and will regularly sanitize their hands […]

How to Choose E Waste Management Services that are Right for Your Business

Broken, surplus, and obsolete electronic items are electronics waste, which we also call e-scrap or e-waste. Every year, millions of tablets, laptops, computers, TVs, and mobile phones approach the end of their useful life and become e-waste. Electronic waste contains toxic chemicals and materials that get into the environment if it accumulates in landfills. Yet, […]

Why It’s Important to Recycle Computer Parts Properly

In this day and age, computers are a part of nearly everyone’s everyday lives. From gaming PCs and video game consoles to cell phones, TVs, and stereos, nearly everyone has multiple pieces of technology in their homes for vastly different purposes. One of the downsides of owning such a large amount of technology is its […]

Tips for Proper Data Destruction in 2020

We live in an information age where the root of information can create an unprecedented amount of digital data. This deluge is not even close to seeing its end. The International Data Corporation released a report showing that the digital universe is expanding at a rate of 40% every year. A large amount of the […]