Fluorescent Lamp Recycling
Tech Waste Solutions is a company that handles fluorescent and HID Lamps, which have been named as universal waste by the EPA. We accept lamps, e-waste, batteries, paper and toner to help your operation run smoothly.
Our downstream operations are certified companies that handle toxic waste and products that these items create. Our downstream use state-of-the-art equipment to process your lamps & e-waste in an environmentally safe and legally acceptable manner.
We are part of the Riparian Recycling group. We use state-of-the-art equipment to save your lamps in an environmentally safe and legally acceptable manner.
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Fluorescent Lamp Recycling
Fluorescent Bulbs are one of the largest commodities inside of commercial properties that need to be recycled. Unlike other equipment, Bulbs have only 1 way of recycling that includes a HEPA filter and a industrial barrels that go to a company those further processes them to take out the mercury. Our network of drop off locations and processors allow us to process on location as well as off location. We have discounts for large pick ups and commercial accounts who combine services
What Is A Hard Drive?
Hard drives store almost everything on your computer, including your operating system, most software, and most of your files. Even when your computer is powered off, your hard drive holds on to all of the information you have stored on it. A hard drive can contain thousands of harmless files or thousands of not-so-harmless files that contain credit-card numbers, passwords, financial records, medical information, trade secrets and other sensitive information.
Why Destroy A Hard Drive?
Simply deleting all of your data off a hard drive and throwing it out is not a safe solution. Data can be still be recovered even if you have deleted it. Data-recovery methods are becoming more sophisticated every day, and computer forensics experts are commonly retained by government and private organizations involved in intellectual property theft, industrial espionage, employment disputes, fraud investigations, forgeries, etc. However, no one should assume that computer forensics experts are the only ones who have such powerful techniques and know-how. Hackers and data thieves on local and global levels are on the lookout for hard drives that are not properly wiped or destroyed.
Pick Up or Drop Off Your Hard Drives?
Whether you choose to drop off or have one of our staff members pick up your hard drives, your items will follow our strict chain of custody and be destroyed in accordance with certification specs.