IT Asset Disposition (ITAD) Services
The average lifespan of today’s technology typically ranges from 10 months for assets like tablets and phones, to 2-3 years for PCs and servers. Without a plan in place, you are exposing yourself to huge operational risks.
With the growing amount of electronic waste (e-waste), proper electronics recycling is more important than ever before. If disposed of improperly, harmful materials such as lead, cadmium, chromium, and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) can contaminate our soil and water if dumped illegally, or create toxic fumes if incinerated. Effective May 4, 2004, a City of Sioux Falls ordinance banned electronics from the Sioux Falls Regional Sanitary Landfill, making it illegal to throw IT assets in the landfill.
SEAM provides electronics recycling in Sioux Falls, as well as bulb recycling and battery recycling services using secure and environmentally sound methods to keep you in compliance and make sure you are protected. Everything we touch is handled in accordance with the highest worldwide certifications for data security, environmental management systems, and quality processes. We follow strict guidelines including no-overseas and no-landfill policies, and establish a documented, chain of custody trail for your assets while safely and securely maximizing value. SEAM offers electronics recycling services to customers in the upper Midwest from the Sioux Falls area to Omaha, Nebraska to North Dakota! Contact us to learn how we can help you.
With SEAM, we manage the risks so you don’t have to.
SEAM accepts electronics of all types. Commonly accepted items include desktop computers, laptops, cell phones, servers, printers, monitors, batteries, computer parts, peripherals and fluorescent bulbs. Check out our full list of Accepted Items here.
If you have a unique or questionable item, the SEAM team will work with you to find the best way to safely and securely handle it.
The following materials are not accepted:
Large Appliances (stoves, washers, and dryers), Explosives (fire arms, ammunition, shells), Fuel and Gasoline (grease, oil, propane tanks), Radioactive Materials (x-ray machine heads, smoke & carbon monoxide detectors), Freon Containing Devices (refrigerators, air conditioners, freezers, dehumidifiers), Mercury Containing Devices (thermostats, barometers, mercury switches and relays), PCB Containing Equipment (PCB ballasts, transformers, capacitors), All Liquids (cleaning solutions, paint and cans, any unidentifiable liquids), Contaminated Lab or Medical Equipment (containing fluid, oil, or mercury), Chemical Waste (oils, powders, chemicals), Asbestos Containing Materials (construction waste, tiles, roofing), Medical or Biohazard Waste (human, animal and plant wastes).