United Electronic Recycling, LLC provides all customers full assurance of proper electronics disposal and specializes in information destruction, disassembly, sorting, disposal, and/or recycling of any electronic equipment.
United Electronic Recycling, LLC has adopted the Responsible Recycling Requirements and adheres to a policy based on a reuse, recover and disposal hierarchy for managing both its on-site activities and the selection of our downstream vendors. Our scope of operations includes the recycling chain as it relates to both used and end-of-life electronics equipment, components and materials, including but not limited to, focus material, equipment containing focus material, equipment destined for reuse or disposal and transportation. United Electronic Recycling, LLC exercises due diligence in preserving the security of the data in the equipment and components we receive for recycling and in monitoring our downstream vendors to ensure none are operating in contradiction to this policy and we are committed to continually improving our EH&S Management System and our Responsible Recycling performance.
We are equally committed to meet or exceed our customer requirements, to continually improve our processes and to maintain compliance with relevant environmental, Occupational Health and Safety and data security legislation and regulations. The goal of United Electronic Recycling, LLC’s operation is to have a positive impact on the environment through responsible recycling requirements that includes the conservation of metals, plastic and other non-renewable resources. Consistent with these core operations, it is United Electronic Recycling, LLC’s overall goal to accomplish its business objectives while meeting and exceeding the environmental and health & safety expectations of our management, employees, customers, suppliers and regulators.
We will continually improve our systems while striving to minimize adverse impacts on the environment by managing used and end-of-life electronic equipment, components and materials –with respect to both on-site activities and the selection of downstream vendors – using a “reuse, recover, dispose” hierarchy of responsible management strategies.