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Benefits of Electronic Recycling:
Keeps harmful Chemicals out of our ground water: Many electronic devices contain harmful chemicals that can seep into our ground water. For Example, one glass tube television can have up to 5lbs of lead inside of it. When these tubes are thrown into the trash the glass breaks and when the rain comes it seeps down into the earth eventually making its way to our water supply!
Frees up space and clears out clutter: Who likes cramped up spaces? Recycling helps your home or office stay clean and it frees up much needed storage space. With new technology coming out daily, E-Waste fills up our homes quicker than we realize. Need space? Give us a call!
Recycling with Xtreme Green helps provide for others in need: We feel as a company it is our duty to give a portion back to our community and the world. We actively donate to schools and non profit organizations both monetarily and with re-purposed or reused electronics that are donated to us.
Crazy & Alarming Facts!
The United States produces more E-waste annually than any other country in the world. The amount of electronics thrown away every year by Americans? 9.4 million tons!
Only 12.5% of E-waste makes it to a recycling company.
It take 530lbs of fossil fuel, 48 pounds of chemicals, and 1.5 tons of water to manufacture just one computer and monitor according to The Electronic take back coalition.
Plastics in e-waste can be used as garden furniture. Also battery components can be used in other batteries and recycled metals can be made into jewelry.