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Here at UER we offer a wide variety of professional electronic recycling services.
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  • Economic

    Recycling creates jobs in the waste management and disposal industries.

  • Go Green

    Recycling helps families save money, especially in communities.

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    We overwrite all information multiple times to ensure your security.

  • Value

    We maximize the value of every piece through our breaking down process.

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United Electronic Recycling and United Auction Group 
Invite you to save the date and join us:

Saturday April 30th 2016 for an Electronic Recycling Collection and Live Auction Event!

9:00am – 4:00pm

ELECTRONIC RECYCLING COLLECTION EVENT!

COME SUPPORT LOCAL CHARITIES:

  • CARTER BLOODCARE – BLOOD DRIVE
  • SOLES 4 SOLES – SHOE DRIVE
  • THE PEARSON PROJECT – PILLOW & ESSENTIALS DRIVE

COME FOR THE SMOKED BRISKET LUNCH WITH DRINKS, BEER AND WINE ON US!!!

Come help us support these great local charities:

Soles-4-Souls

Please help us support Soles 4 Soles by bringing shoes for our shoe drive!

Click to learn more about Soles 4 Soles!

Carter-BloodCare

Carter BloodCare will be at our event for a blood drive, so stop by to help save a life!

Click to learn more about Carter BloodCare!

Pearson-Project

Please help us support The Pearson Project by bringing items from their urgent need list:

  • Pillows
  • Travel-sized: toothbrush/toothpaste combo kit, deodorant, hand wipes, tissues, soap, washcloths, chap stick, and sun block.

Click to learn more about The Pearson Project!

Event Details

Contact Person

Rebecca Culp
855-837-8326
rclup@uerteam.com

Items Accepted

Computers, Servers, Routers, Laptops, Printers, Copiers, Hard-drives, Keyboards, VCR’s, Phones, Phone Systems, Cell Phones, Cables & Wires, Mice, Speakers, Fax Machines, Adapters, Flat Screen Monitors, Shredders, battery backups, batteries, ballast, light fixtures, scrap metals, appliances, Ovens, Refrigerators, Freezer.

Click here to see the complete list of electronics that we accept.

Disposal Fees

$5.00 for CRT Monitors, $10.00 for TVs, $20.00 for console or Front/Rear Projection TVs.

Electronic Waste (E-Waste) Recycling and Disposal – Facts, Statistics & Solutions

By: Heather Levin

How often do you buy a new cell phone, laptop, or TV? In these gadget-driven days, you probably upgrade your electronics fairly often. Most people don’t think twice about buying the “latest and greatest” technology. After all, companies and their marketing teams spend a great deal of money to make sure that we’re hungry for the next iPad, Xbox 360 Kinect, or LED TV.

While our hunger for electronics and technology keeps growing, what happens to our old stuff? The statistics and trends are startling:

  • According to Wirefly.org, the average cell phone user gets a new cell phone every 18 months.
    In the U.S., we toss more than 100 million cell phones in the trash every year.
  • The EPA reports that over 112,000 computers are discarded every single day, in the U.S. alone. That’s 41.1 million desktops and laptop computers per year.
  • 20 million TVs are trashed in the U.S. every year.
  • Only 13% of electronic waste is disposed and recycled properly.
  • A recent United Nations report suggests that in some countries, production of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), which includes obsolete mobile phones, computers, and HDTVs, could rise by as much as 500% over the next decade. USA Today projected electronic-waste growth and predicted that by 2014, manufacturers will produce 70 million tons of “e-waste.”

Contact us today if your business needs help recycling its outdated electronic equipment. Together we can make a difference.