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Keep track of the efforts in real-time through your partner portal.

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for data security and recycling

Your data security is one of our biggest priorities. We are 100% committed to protecting your personal and business information, IT assets, and business interests.
At eSmart Recycling, we understand our customers need to focus on what they do best, and that’s why they rely on us to get the job done, right. We provide a transparent full chain of custody as we manage the process of recycling, reuse, recovery, and retirement of electronic material at the highest compliance standards.

For more information about standards, certificates and compliance requirements, please contact us directly.

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process work

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Equipment Collection: We take care of all the logistics.

2.

Audit and Inventory: Our robust inventory process takes account of every piece of equipment we collect, and we report it back to you.

3.

Data Destruction: We are your last line of defense. Here is when we remove hard drives and other data or media-containing devices and destroy them.

4.

Assessment: Here's where we find the best ways we have to monetize and generate impact with the material that was picked up.

5.

Partner Report: You'll receive access to your partner portal, where you will see exactly all documentation from each pick-up, such as your audit report, and certificate of data destruction. You will know your environmental footprint.

6.

Deployments and social impact: About 20% of our proceeds go towards funding computers for kids and families worldwide who don't have access to technology in partnership with the Digital Education Foundation.

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As we continue to evolve, we are understanding that equality of opportunities across the board must be a priority on everyone’s agenda. Humanity’s biggest threat right now is the lack of sustainable access to basic human rights, such as education, and technology. It is our responsibility to lead by example, to think outside the box, and to work together to solve the problems our community is facing. It starts with an old computer. Are you ready to join the E-Revolution?

Tony Selvaggio, CEO

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March 1, 2024

Technology recycling has become increasingly common in recent years as more and more people become aware of the impact of electronic waste (e-waste) on local communities and the environment. When properly recycled, old technology can bring many benefits to local communities, and eSmart Recycling is at the forefront of providing these benefits. In this article, we will explore the many ways in which technology recycling can benefit local communities, and why eSmart Recycling is the best choice for recycling old technology.

 

Reducing waste and pollution

As technology continues to evolve and advance, the rapidly growing situation of electronic waste in the United States is becoming increasingly concerning. Many people need to realize electronic waste is the fastest-growing type of municipal solid waste in the US. If not properly managed, discarded electronic devices and their components can pose a significant threat to the health of local communities and the environment. Unwanted old technology often ends up in landfills and can release harmful substances such as lead, mercury, and cadmium into the soil and air.

 

By recycling old technology instead of disposing of it in landfills, we can effectively limit the negative impact of electronic waste on the environment and local communities. Every electronic device that is diverted from a landfill and recycled instead significantly reduces the number of substances released into the air, water, and soil. Furthermore, by recycling old technology, we can begin to take the first step toward minimizing and reusing electronic waste.

 

Job creation and stimulating the local economy

Technological recycling can also have positive effects on the local economy. According to the United Nations Environment Programme, every ton of electronic waste collected for recycling can provide up to 15 well-paying jobs. When technology is recycled locally instead of being sent abroad, this increased job creation can stimulate the local economy and help bridge the digital divide by creating educational and training opportunities. Additionally, the local community can benefit from increased demand for recycling services, as well as the greater availability of recycled materials.

 

Protecting data and information

Another significant benefit of technological recycling is the important aspect of data security. It is vital to ensure that all old technology that is recycled has all data and personal information erased. eSmart Recycling uses state-of-the-art data destruction techniques to ensure that all data is completely erased from any old technology that is recycled. This can help prevent data breaches that can have devastating effects on local communities.

 

Why choose eSmart Recycling?

eSmart Recycling is a leader in the technology recycling industry and offers many advantages over other disposal options. We offer various services to meet our client’s unique needs, including residential pickup, secure data destruction, and services for large businesses and organizations. Additionally, we ensure that all technology is recycled properly and safely, and we monitor the entire recycling process to ensure it is environmentally friendly.

 

We also place a great emphasis on customer service, ensuring that our clients are always satisfied with our services. With eSmart Recycling, businesses can rest assured knowing that their old technology will be recycled properly and safely, providing them with all the benefits that come with technological recycling.

 

As more people become aware of the impact that electronic waste has on local communities and the environment, technological recycling has become an increasingly popular practice. By properly recycling old technology, we can reduce the negative impact of electronic waste on local communities, create jobs, stimulate the local economy, and safeguard valuable data and information. And eSmart Recycling is the best choice for all your technological recycling needs.

For more information on how eSmart Recycling can benefit your local community, visit us online today!

March 1, 2024

Technology recycling has become increasingly common in recent years as more and more people become aware of the impact of electronic waste (e-waste) on local communities and the environment. When properly recycled, old technology can bring many benefits to local communities, and eSmart Recycling is at the forefront of providing these benefits. In this article, we will explore the many ways in which technology recycling can benefit local communities, and why eSmart Recycling is the best choice for recycling old technology.

 

Reducing waste and pollution

As technology continues to evolve and advance, the rapidly growing situation of electronic waste in the United States is becoming increasingly concerning. Many people need to realize electronic waste is the fastest-growing type of municipal solid waste in the US. If not properly managed, discarded electronic devices and their components can pose a significant threat to the health of local communities and the environment. Unwanted old technology often ends up in landfills and can release harmful substances such as lead, mercury, and cadmium into the soil and air.

 

By recycling old technology instead of disposing of it in landfills, we can effectively limit the negative impact of electronic waste on the environment and local communities. Every electronic device that is diverted from a landfill and recycled instead significantly reduces the number of substances released into the air, water, and soil. Furthermore, by recycling old technology, we can begin to take the first step toward minimizing and reusing electronic waste.

 

Job creation and stimulating the local economy

Technological recycling can also have positive effects on the local economy. According to the United Nations Environment Programme, every ton of electronic waste collected for recycling can provide up to 15 well-paying jobs. When technology is recycled locally instead of being sent abroad, this increased job creation can stimulate the local economy and help bridge the digital divide by creating educational and training opportunities. Additionally, the local community can benefit from increased demand for recycling services, as well as the greater availability of recycled materials.

 

Protecting data and information

Another significant benefit of technological recycling is the important aspect of data security. It is vital to ensure that all old technology that is recycled has all data and personal information erased. eSmart Recycling uses state-of-the-art data destruction techniques to ensure that all data is completely erased from any old technology that is recycled. This can help prevent data breaches that can have devastating effects on local communities.

 

Why choose eSmart Recycling?

eSmart Recycling is a leader in the technology recycling industry and offers many advantages over other disposal options. We offer various services to meet our client’s unique needs, including residential pickup, secure data destruction, and services for large businesses and organizations. Additionally, we ensure that all technology is recycled properly and safely, and we monitor the entire recycling process to ensure it is environmentally friendly.

 

We also place a great emphasis on customer service, ensuring that our clients are always satisfied with our services. With eSmart Recycling, businesses can rest assured knowing that their old technology will be recycled properly and safely, providing them with all the benefits that come with technological recycling.

 

As more people become aware of the impact that electronic waste has on local communities and the environment, technological recycling has become an increasingly popular practice. By properly recycling old technology, we can reduce the negative impact of electronic waste on local communities, create jobs, stimulate the local economy, and safeguard valuable data and information. And eSmart Recycling is the best choice for all your technological recycling needs.

For more information on how eSmart Recycling can benefit your local community, visit us online today!

February 27, 2024

As we delve into the 21st century, social, economic, and environmental concerns are becoming increasingly urgent, and businesses are being held more accountable for their impact on the world. A sustainability commitment is one of the main ways that companies and organizations can indicate that they are considering these issues in their business practices and that they are doing more to create a more equitable, just, and livable world. In this article, we will talk about how companies can communicate their sustainability commitments authentically so that stakeholders (including customers, investors, and employees) can trust that they are serious about this issue and understand the concrete impact they are having.

 

What it means to commit to sustainability

The first step in authentically communicating sustainability commitments is understanding what it means to commit to sustainability. Simply put, a company or organization that has a sustainability commitment is adopting a long-term strategic approach to sustainable development. This means that the company will assess and take actions to minimize negative impacts and maximize positive impacts on people, society, and the environment, without compromising future generations.

 

The difference between true commitment and greenwashing

An essential thing to keep in mind when communicating sustainability commitments is that there is a big difference between a true commitment and mere greenwashing. Greenwashing is like smoke and mirrors in which a company claims it is striving to adopt more sustainable practices without really making an effort to create real change. This is why it is so important to ensure that a company’s commitments are backed up by concrete actions.

 

Communicate your sustainability commitment clearly and authentically

Make your goals and objectives transparent and easy to understand

The key to authentically communicating your company’s sustainability commitments is transparency. You must ensure that your long-term goals and objectives for improving your company’s impact are easy to understand and fully explain what concrete actions you are taking. For example, the well-known athletic company Patagonia has a global management policy, meaning it commits to doing everything possible to minimize its environmental impact and provide an ethical and inclusive workplace, and has specific, measurable goals to achieve these targets.

 

Commit to the community authentically

An essential part of communicating a company’s sustainability commitments is engaging with the community authentically. This can take the form of partnerships, programs, and events that help raise awareness about sustainability and the company’s commitment to it. Finisterre, a clothing company known for its commitment to sustainability, collaborates with its local community to hold an annual surf festival and support local environmental groups. This helps convey the authenticity of its commitment and involve the community in the work they are doing.

 

Why it’s important to measure and report your impact

An essential part of a company’s sustainability commitment is measuring and reporting its impact, to demonstrate that real changes are occurring. It is also an essential part of authentically communicating the company’s commitment, as it shows stakeholders that their commitment is backed by concrete actions.

 

Create a clear and detailed report and make it accessible to everyone

An excellent way to measure and report on a company’s sustainability impact is to create a clear and detailed report. This report will outline the company’s impact on the environment, society, and employee welfare, and provide data showing whether the company’s long-term goals are being met. This report should be easily accessible to everyone so that all stakeholders can have a clear view of what the company is doing. For example, at eSmart Recycling, we have an Impact Report that transparently and accessibly shows how our company is working to create a more sustainable future.

 

Creating a truly sustainable future will not be possible without the commitment of companies and organizations. Companies can do a lot to create a better world for everyone, and authentically communicating their sustainability commitments is an essential part of this process. This means setting clear and transparent goals and objectives, engaging with the community, and measuring and reporting on their impact. By following these steps, companies can demonstrate that they take seriously the responsibility of the impact they have on the world.

February 26, 2024

The global pandemic has had a profound impact on our way of living and working. One of the most significant changes has been the widespread adoption of remote work. Many people have adapted to the new reality of working from home and wonder if this new way of working can help the environment. In this article, we will explore the carbon footprint of remote work and determine if working from home can help reduce our collective impact on the planet.

 

As we spend more time working from home, it’s important to consider the environmental impact of this new way of working. A study conducted by researchers from the University of California in Davis found that by working from home, employees could improve their ecological footprint by 9%. This reduction in carbon emissions was due to the decreased need for commuting, which resulted in fewer car trips and lower carbon emissions.

 

The reduced energy consumption of remote work

Of course, remote work also brings its own set of environmental challenges. For some employees, working from home might mean using more energy and generating more carbon emissions. For example, working from home can entail the use of more electronic devices and a greater dependence on the Internet and telephone services. This can lead to an increase in energy consumption and carbon emissions.

 

However, many employers are implementing strategies to help reduce the environmental impact of remote work. For instance, some companies provide employees with low-energy devices, such as laptops and monitors, which consume less electricity. Moreover, many businesses strive to develop policies that encourage employees to turn off electronic devices when not in use and to limit the use of high-energy-consuming appliances, like printers and heaters, when working from home.

 

Virtual collaboration can reduce emissions

One of the main advantages of working from home is the ability to collaborate virtually. Studies have shown that virtual collaboration can help reduce carbon emissions associated with travel. For example, employees can use videoconferencing to connect with colleagues and clients, reducing the need for business trips.

 

Additionally, the use of cloud technology and other digital tools can allow employees to easily access and share files, reducing the need for paper documents and the associated environmental impact. Employers can also take advantage of digital collaboration tools, like project management software, to help employees stay organized and connected with their peers without having to commute.

 

Other considerations when remote working

Beyond the environmental impact of remote work, there are other factors to consider. For example, some employees may feel isolated when working from home, and this can disrupt their work-life balance. Additionally, some employees may feel less productive when working from home and may adopt unhealthy habits, such as spending too much time in front of a screen.

 

Companies need to consider these factors and develop policies that can help employees manage the challenges of remote work. For instance, some companies offer their employees the option to work from a nearby coworking space. This allows employees to change their environment and interact with other professionals while still enjoying the benefits of working from home.

 

 

Working from home can help reduce our collective carbon footprint, but it also comes with its challenges. As the number of employees adopting remote work increases, companies must develop policies and provide resources that can help employees effectively manage the environmental and social impact of remote work. In conclusion, working from home can contribute to reducing our collective impact on the environment, provided that both employees and employers are willing to take the necessary steps to adopt a more sustainable way of working.

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