Our e-Recycling Division’s primary focus is the proper processing of all electronics and materials that have been evaluated and determined to not have any further reuse value.
This division is also directly responsible for supporting our agreements with various Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM’s) in fully satisfying their specific state program obligations for responsibly recycling electronics.
It is our guarantee to you, the customer, that all of your electronic equipment and materials are recycled properly and that all sensitive information on data containing devices will be properly destroyed or sanitized to Department of Defense Standards.
Our No Landfill Policy ensures that all electronic equipment and component parts will be recycled to the fullest extent and never disposed of in a landfill.
Certificate of recycling and data destruction will be issued for each load of electronics recycled.
All whole electronic units are processed in developed countries, with detailed audits conducted on all approved vendors that handle our hazardous components. Click here for a list of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries.
We initiate inspections from the WDNR and other government agencies to ensure our compliance with all local, state, federal rules and regulations.
We maintain a $5,000,000 Pollution Liability Insurance Policy and have a financially guaranteed closure plan to protect your long term interests.
We offer pick-up services that are specially tailored to our Client’s needs.
Dynamic Recycling follows a 3-tier recycling hierarchy for all of the used computer and electronic equipment we receive. When your equipment is brought to our processing facility it is weighed and entered into our inventory management system. The computer and computer peripheral equipment then goes through the following phases:
Reuse: The first phase of the electronics recycling process is to visually inspect each unit and to sort out any units that can be reused or refurbished. All data stored on equipment to be reused will be sanitized in accordance with NIST 800-88 and the Department of Defense 5220-22-M standards before being reused. Units that are sent for reuse will be tested and/or refurbished and sold to downstream reuse markets.
Recover: The electronic equipment that does not pass visual inspection will be sent to the processing area. The electronic equipment will then be de-manufactured and separated into metals, plastics, and glass. The individual components that hold resale value will be harvested and sent for reuse.
Recycle: After de-manufacturing the electronics, all of the components and materials that remain will be processed and sent back into the recycling stream to be used in making new products.