Electronics Recycling

  • Back to School Tech Refresh: A Secure and Smooth Transition

    Levi Hentges , Vice President/Business Development, SEAM Summer break offers a perfect window for schools to refresh their technology landscape. New devices arrive, promising to empower learning, while older equipment needs a secure farewell. This tech refresh process involves two crucial aspects: ensuring the security of new devices and responsibly managing the replaced ones. Welcoming […]

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  • Summer Tech Refresh: A Guide to Cost-Effective Device Management for Schools

    Levi Hentges , Vice President/Business Development, SEAM Summer break offers a golden opportunity for schools to re-evaluate their IT assets. With classrooms quiet, it’s the perfect time to embark on a “summer tech refresh” and ensure your technology is ready for the upcoming year. With budgetary constraints and ever-growing workloads, managing devices in a cost-effective […]

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  • Protecting Your Business: Say No to Landfills for Electronics Disposal

    When it comes to retiring your IT assets, one key consideration is where they end up. Sure, you might be environmentally conscious, but there’s more at stake here than just green initiatives. IT equipment contains valuable recyclable materials, alongside hazardous components that demand responsible disposal. Dumping electronics, including IT equipment, is illegal in many areas, […]

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  • A Guide to Securely Disposing of Your Printer

    No business or medical facility would dispose of documents without ensuring the destruction of confidential information, but what you may not know is that your printer can also contain sensitive data. Failing to securely dispose of your printer can result in data breaches or regulatory violations when information falls into the wrong hands. Do I […]

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  • The Environmental Benefits of IT Asset Remarketing

    IT asset remarketing is an excellent way to recover value from your old computers, laptops, servers, and other equipment. However, there’s more to it than the financial benefit alone. You’re also helping to improve your organization’s environmental impact by choosing responsible IT asset disposal. Getting the Most Out of Every Asset Just because you’re finished […]

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  • The Importance of IT Asset Disposition (ITAD) for Small Businesses

    Small businesses often have limited resources and face unique challenges when it comes to managing their IT equipment. However, the process of disposing of outdated or unused IT equipment, commonly referred to as IT asset disposition (ITAD), is essential for all businesses, regardless of size. Importance of ITAD for Small Businesses: Small businesses may think […]

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  • Steps to Take After Receiving Your Risk Assessment Results

    Risk assessment is an important part of data security for your company. This is the process that helps your business identify any potential threats or vulnerabilities to both your data and that of your customers. Risk assessment is especially important when it comes to disposing of or recycling outdated computers and hard drives. Once you’ve […]

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  • Protecting Sioux Falls: The Importance of Properly Recycling Batteries

    In today’s rapidly advancing world, batteries have become an integral part of our daily lives. From powering our daily devices to providing energy for various gadgets, batteries play a crucial role in keeping our modern lifestyles running smoothly. However, as we embrace the convenience and power of these energy sources, we must also be mindful […]

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  • How IT Professionals Handle Old Electronics – Insights from a Revealing Survey

    In a rapidly advancing technological landscape, businesses continually upgrade their IT assets to remain competitive. Yet, the process of IT asset disposal (ITAD) brings forth a unique set of challenges. A recent survey delves into the practices of small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) when it comes to handling aging electronics. The findings underscore a concerning […]

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