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Electronic Recycling Facts
Obsolete computers or other electronics are a valuable source for secondary raw materials, if treated properly; if not treated properly, they are a source of toxins and carcinogens. Rapid technology change, low initial cost, and planned obsolescence have resulted in a fast-growing surplus of computers or other electronic components around the globe.
In 2008, the US generated 3.16 million tons of e-waste. According to the EPA of this, only 430,000 tons or 13.6 % was recycled. The rest was trashed – in landfills or incinerators.
Electronics contain Lead. Improper disposal of lead batteries can contaminate soil and water. Lead poisoning interferes with a variety of body processes and is toxic to many organs and tissues including the heart, bones, intestines, kidneys, and reproductive and nervous systems. Go Green, bring your electronics in for recycling.
Cell Phone Recycling
The average lifespan of a cell phone is 18 months. Every year damaged and/or cell phone upgrades produce 100 million obsolete phones. As of 2007 the cell phone recycling rate was about 10 percent.
The EPA's Plug-In To eCycling program sponsors the "National Cell Phone Recycling Week" in April.
The EPA estimates that 29.9 million desktops and 12 million laptops were discarded in 2007. That’s over 112,000 computers discarded per day! “Worldwide PC shipments are projected to total 366.1 million units in 2010, a 19.7 percent increase from 305.8 million units shipped in 2009, according to the latest preliminary forecast by Gartner, Inc. Worldwide PC spendingis forecast to reach $245 billion in 2010, up 12.2 percent from 2009.”
LCD Televsion Recycling
Recycling your TV reduces the amount of toxic substances that end up in landfills and enables the reuse of many resources, including heavy metals, thereby limiting the need to use virgin raw materials.
Serving Central Florida
Central Florida Recycling Center provides brass recycling services for the Volusia County area; Deland, Deltona, Debary, DeLeon Springs, Lake Hellen, Orange City and Pierson. Some of our customers come from Dayton Beach, Edgewater and New Smyrna Beach.