R3eWaste Opens Electronics Recycling Facility in Texas

Applied Tech Review | Monday, November 09, 2020

R3eWaste has opened a 10,000 square foot eWaste facility in North Austin, serving residential and business customers.

FREMONT, CA: R3eWaste Austin announces the opening of its Austin, Texas eWaste recycling center. The 10,000 square foot facility is a zero-landfill eWaste recycling facility that helps residential and commercial customers, with free pickups for businesses.

Headquartered in Phoenix, AZ, the team behind R3eWaste has more than two decades of experience recycling electronics, computers, and other e-waste. Unlike most eWaste recyclers in Austin, R3 also offers electronics recycling services for residential drop-offs. R3eWaste is honored to open its new electronics recycling center in North Austin. The company looks forward to serving the residential and business community, building its reputation as an industry-leading recycler in greater Central Texas, and establishing mutuallybeneficial relationships with other recyclers in the region.

The new 10,000 square foot location is located at 2216 Rutland Drive, Suite B, Austin, TX 78758. Residential customers can drop-off any computers or electronics for recycling at the residential drop-off situated behind the building. R3eWaste accepts all standard electronic components, data center equipment, computers, monitors, TVs (even CRTs), printers, cell phones, batteries, cameras, audio equipment, UPS devices, credit card devices, and several more.

The company works with commercial and residential customers, where it recycles everything from televisions, laptops, and phones to entire racks of data center equipment. Besides, laptops, desktops, copiers, and some printers contain hard drives. And a lot of other electronic devices like phones and tablets store personal data on flash media. R3eWaste’S certified data destruction process also ensures that private information remains private.

R3eWaste is committed to working to better the social, economic, and environmental well-being of the planet. It recycles electronic components contain materials and chemicals that are dangerous to the earth. The company provides a responsible outlet for end-of-life devices. Its process has been developed over decades of experience, and it helps customers with everything from inventory reporting, collection, data cleansing, and end-of-life asset management.

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