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173 Robertson Blvd.
East-West Industrial Park
Brewer, ME 04412
EPA: MER000508127
US DOT: 2327455

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Electronics End Is Your E-Waste Solution

We offer an E-Waste Management Service with an objective of providing an eco-friendly solution for your residents, businesses, hospitals, schools and municipalities.  Let us design and implement a program specifically for your needs that will control your Universal Waste and Electronic Waste streams.  Our professional team has worked with many towns and organizations to help them stay in compliance and reduce their total cost.  E-Waste is the fastest growing section of the waste stream and Electronics End can help you get in front of this expanding expense.  New technology is making current electronic items obsolete at a faster pace.  The proper disposal of these items due to their toxicity and complexity is becoming a growing concern.

Why We Shouldn’t Throw Electronics Into Landfills

Lead, mercury, cadmium, and brominated flame retardants are among the substances of concern in electronics. If the products are not properly managed at the end of their life cycle it can cause environmental problems in the city the items are disposed in.  Old electronics can be taken apart and the metals can be refined so we don’t have to mine   the virgin ore at a much greater cost and with a larger carbon footprint. Dumping electronics in landfills deprive recycling facilities the ability to recover metals and introduce harmful toxic elements in the environment. Consumers of electronics can make a big difference in how much e waste ends up in landfills with just a little effort in applying the old (3 Rs) reduce, reuse, and recycle adage. Recycling rates for electronics are improving and we thank you for doing your part.

Benefits of Recycling E-Waste

Electronic products are made from valuable resources, such as precious, non-ferrous, ferrous metals, plastic, and glass all of which require energy to mine and manufacture. Recycling and reusing these materials from end of life electronics conserves our natural resources and avoids air and water pollution and greenhouse gas emissions.