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Electronics Recycling

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As consumers in a fast-paced society, we crave the latest and greatest gadgets, sending tons of electronic waste to landfills as soon as we upgrade to the newest model. Electronic waste (e-waste) refers to electronic products that are broken or obsolete; for example, computers, cell phones, VCRs, stereos, copiers, and fax machines, just to name a few.

What is Electronic Waste?


HIPAA Certified and EPA Compliant

Electronics contain various contaminants that could be released into the environment if we do not dispose of them properly. Electronics recycling is the process of recovering material from old devices to use in new products. Only 15% – 20% of all e-waste is recycled in the US.  However, almost 100% of e-waste is recyclable. Businesses, medical facilities, schools, governmental agencies, and individuals along the Gulf Coast, and beyond, now have a safe, convenient, EPA compliant option for recycling old, unwanted or non-working electronics.  Coastal E-cycle is your one-stop option to dispose of e-waste in an environmentally acceptable, safe and compliant manner. If data security is an issue, we offer free data destruction meeting HIPAA and Department of Defense standards.

Fixing a Computer

Skip the Landfill and Save the Earth

Whether you are an IT professional managing an entire technology enterprise, an individual with an obsolete cell phone and a drawer of tangled chargers, or someone in-between, Coastal E-cycle has a solution to assist with the secure, responsible disposal of your outdated technology and unwanted electronics. We look forward to partnering with you to help reduce the amount of e-waste in our landfills.

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