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E Waste Recycling For That Old Computer, Old Cell Phone And Even TV Recycling

Electronic Recycling

In Los Angeles, there’s a huge need for electronic recycling. Ultimately, this is  global problem, in fact in the U.S., the EPA reports that e-waste represents about 2%  of the dumped waste, but that amount accounts for about 70% of hazardous waste deposited in landfills.

Currently, only 15-20% of e waste is recycled, meaning there’s still 50% or better hazardous materials being put in the ground daily. Locally, although the total numbers are smaller – the percentages come out the same.

According to a study by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), an average household spends around $1,000 in electronics of some form or another each year, of which includes phones, TVs, gaming devices and computers. In other research, it shows that $1-2 Billion is spent each year globally and the amount of e-waste is expected to grow by 8% each year. So where does all this e waste go? What do we do with it? Especially knowing that most of these disposed items have lead and other harmful elements that cause severe damage to blood and kidneys, as well as central and peripheral nervous systems in humans and animals?

Old Computer Recycling & TV Recycling”

Here at PARC, we buy back your old computers. We are your one-stop solution for all kinds of computer recycling, tv recycling, and even gaming equipment. It is our missions to help try and stop this unnecessary and harmful dumping of electronics into our local ecology by recycling these items and even paying you to do so. As we do our, part, we ask you to do yours. Because as the number of electronics, increases – so does the impact in our local and global environment.

Here at PARC, we buy back your old computers. We are your one-stop solution for all kinds of computer recycling, tv recycling, and even gaming equipment. It is our missions to help try and stop this unnecessary and harmful dumping of electronics into our local ecology by recycling these items and even paying you to do so. As we do our, part, we ask you to do yours. Because as the number of electronics, increases – so does the impact in our local and global environment.

Old Cell Phone Recycling

With cell phones, recycling is also very important. This is because cell phones contain a high amount of precious metals like gold and silver. That means that in America, people throw away close to $60 million worth of silver and gold per year! And did you know that each year, around the world – about 1 billion cell phones and 300 million computers are purchased and used?

PARC is also very concerned about our environment. Aside from precious metals and usable materials – there’s pollution to consider. According to EPA, there’s an excessive amount of lead in e-waste items. And since they are disposed of, these are released into the environment. Lead and the like have been know to cause severe damage to human blood and kidneys and harm other parts of humans ad animals including the central nervous system. So please help us do our part and recycle your cell phones and e-waste.

Because as the amount of global e-waste is expected to grow by 8 percent per year, we can’t afford not to.

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