As electronic scrap increases, the need to dispose of old equipment in an environmentally responsible and compliant way has increased.
Sadly, only a fraction of all electronics currently produced is ever recycled. Thankfully, most electronics are 100% recyclable.
At Sunnking, we pride ourselves on being pioneers and professionals in the recycling frontier. We have been providing superior, complete electronics recycling services to residents and businesses throughout New York state for over two decades.
Sunnking works with companies in providing IT asset disposition and e-recycling of end-of-life electronics. Our certified e-waste recycling centers provide transparency in tracking, recycling, and disposal of hazardous materials.
"The law will ensure that every New Yorker will have the opportunity to recycle their electronic waste in an environmentally responsible manner."
Sunnking helps your business reduce growing electronic waste by providing e-waste pickup services throughout New York state and surrounding areas.
Technology is changing rapidly, and staying up to date with that tech can be costly. These costs not only affect you as you buy new computers and electronics but also in how you dispose of them.
Our pickup services can save your business money and increase your corporate sustainability score.
Our teams work directly with you throughout the certified process. Environmentally disposing of electronics is essential, but your security is also a priority. Business and client data is erased or destroyed as soon as your devices enter our warehouse.
Learn more about our Data Destruction services.
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Common materials recovered through our reuse process include glass, copper, aluminum, tin, steel, iron, plastic, silver, platinum, and gold. In addition to these reusable materials, there are also a handful of harmful and highly toxic substances such as lead, mercury, beryllium, lithium, cadmium, BRFs (Brominated Flame Retardants), PCBs (Polychlorinated Biphenyls), and PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride).