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Computer and Electronics Recycling

You're concerned about what happens to your equipment. You want to know where it goes. Trust our team’s fifty+ years of recycling experience to offer personalized solutions to large corporations, businesses, municipalities, non-profit organizations and consumers. Our sales and customer service teams are friendly, knowledgeable and operate in locations throughout the U.S. and Canada enabling us to offer all types of recycling solutions and next day pick-up nationwide.

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  • We specialize in utilizing and developing domestic markets for all of our raw metal and material products.

  • We also research and explore new recycling technologies from all over the world.

  • We stand by a zero landfill policy for all of our recyclables and e-waste.

  • We operate within a R2/RIOS, NAID, ISO 9001, 14001 and OHSAS 18001 Certified Management System in a completely enclosed and conveniently located 250,000 square-foot processing facility that is continually monitored using Department of Defense approved video surveillance.

  • Our de-manufacturing methods are environmentally safe and completely contained with no toxic byproducts or unnecessary threats to worker safety or the environment.

  • We can provide outstanding references from ISRI and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Plus, we are members of the Better Business Bureau and the National Recycling Coalition.

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Computer Recycling | Electronics Recycling

Computer recycling and electronics recycling is our main business and area of expertise at Intercon Solutions. With over 30 years in electronics and computer recycling experience and locations throughout the US and Canada, Intercon can help fulfill all of your recycling needs.

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Total computer recycling and de-manufacturing

Within our Computer Recycling department, we specialize in the disassembly of obsolete or surplus computer products, including basic monochrome computer monitors to 21" color flat screens, printers, networking hardware, computer cabling, modems, PC cards, circuit boards, junction boxes, keyboards and more. Printed circuit boards come in all shapes and sizes. Some boards are populated with IC's and precious metal and some are bare. We express interest in all types of boards. With a knowledgeable precious metal background and knowledge of the integrated circuit industry, we know the best alternatives for your obsolete, surplus or scrap circuit boards. Unlike disposal facilities and refineries, we can explain to you the best avenues for your material. Please remember all printed circuit boards contain lead and being aware of that helps to educate your company on handling this material properly.

We handle all types of electronics and most metals

Within our Electronics Recycling and Computer Recycling department, we recycle a large amount of consumer and corporate electronic scrap and equipment, including typewriters, telephones, telephone switches, audiovisual equipment and cable television products or byproducts. While focusing on computer recycling and electronic recycling, we come across a wide variety of miscellaneous scrap metals. These scrap metals include aluminum, copper, brass, stainless steel, high temperature alloys and many others. Finding a way to get the best dollar for our scrap means you get the best for yours - plain and simple. We realize our knowledge benefits all parties involved and keeps our customers extremely satisfied.

Complete and proper recycling of your material is our top priority

At Intercon, our primary goal is the complete and proper computer recycling and recycling of your material. Our services will allow you to confidently say that you take all necessary steps toward preventing out-of-use electronic equipment from entering the waste stream and damaging the environment. Our ISO 9001, 14001 and OHSAS 18001 certified processes and detailed certificate of recycling help assure that when asked what you did with your material, you will have the right answer.

We'd love to hear from you - please contact us

We pride ourselves on maintaining an enthusiastic commitment to protecting our environment through electronics and computer recycling. We encourage you to contact us with your computer recycling or electronics recycling needs. Call us at 1.888.452.5642 or fill out our online form on the Contact Us page with your request. An Intercon Solutions Representative will be happy to assist you with your needs.



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