Dearborn E-Scrap Electronic Recycling

Mayer Alloys Corporation will purchase all your old end-of-life electronics in the Dearborn area. All material is processed through an approved processing facility.

We can assure to all customers that your electronics, regardless of quantities, will be processed and recycled under strict supervision; meeting both OSHA and ISO 140001 environmental recycling standards.e scrap recycling dearborn

What is E-Scrap?
E-Scrap is the term used to describe end-of-life electronics. This includes:

  • Computer Towers
  • Laptops
  • hard drives
  • power cords
  • printers
  • cell phones
  • CRT monitors
  • Televisions

Why not just throw E-Scrap in the garbage?
E-Scrap contains high levels of lead.  Cathode ray tubes in computers and televisions may pollute the environment if improperly disposed. Recycling, instead of letting these items fall into a landfill, is the responsible way to dispose of E-Scrap.

Who can recycle E-Scrap?

Mayer Alloys Corporation offers an e-scrap program for businesses, municipalities, residents and charitable organizations.

Why Mayor Alloys?

  • Mayer Alloys is the responsible choice to recycle your E-Scrap.
  • SAFE– Material is recycled by certified ISO 14001, ISO 9001 and R2 Certified partners.
  • SECURE: No worry about data – All Hard Drives are erased!
  • GOOD FOR OUR PLANET: We offer a landfill free policy to protect the future of our planet!

electronic recycling dearbornCharitable Organizations Can Benefit too.

You can raise money for your organization by collecting E-Scrap.  Contact us today to find out how?

To find out about disposing of your E-Scrap or raising money for your organization in the Dearborn area, contact us at 844-564-6087 or via email at scrap@mayeralloys.com.

Located just outside of Detroit, Dearborn is one of the area’s major suburban communities. Located about 20 minutes from Detroit and Madison Heights, any electronics in the Dearborn area can be either brought to either our Madison Heights office or warehouse located in Detroit.

 

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