Free* Electronic Recycling

Nowadays it is illegal to dispose of electronic devises (computers, monitors, televisions and other electronic devices) in the regular garbage or recycling containers.
Electronic waste, or e-waste, includes electronic devices in working or non-working condition that are no longer used. E-waste is known to contain heavy metals such as mercury and lead, which if placed in the landfill, can harm people and the environment. Besides on-site hard drive destruction services, Update Green also help its clients with collecting electronic waste either working or non-working, broken or functioning, complete or incomplete, old or new.
Accepted item and its components will be re-purposed and anything at its life end will be sent out to be disassembled and recycled.
Update Green provides peace of mind to individuals, businesses, organizations, and government agencies by offering convenient electronics waste recycling free of charge.