College Station

Electronic Recycling College Station

UER specializes in cost-effective services for the complete life cycle of all electronic assets as well as offering secure paper shredding in College Station. UER guarantees the highest class of service at the most competitive pricing for your recycling needs.

Service capabilities include electronic recycling, data security and destruction, secure document shredding, decommission, liquidation and resale.

Commercial businesses in the College Station area may set up service directly by contacting UER.

UER hosts community electronic recycling events in College Station for residents each year.

Collection and Pick-up Services

United Electronic Recycling is your single source for convenient collection services. Our recycling advocates will assist you in your Electronic Recycling/Commodity Value Processing needs. What do we recycle? Basically, anything that runs on a battery or has a power cord! You can also take a look at our list of Accepted Items.

Collection and Pick-up Services

United Electronic Recycling is your single source for convenient collection services. Our recycling advocates will assist you in your Electronic Recycling/Commodity Value Processing needs. What do we recycle? Basically, anything that runs on a battery or has a power cord! You can also take a look at our list of Accepted Items.

You can contact us for additional recycling services and more, such as data destruction, data security, decommissioning and liquidation, hard drive shredding, information technology asset disposition, paper shredding services and shredding services, and warehousing pallet storage, and added value services.

Items We Recycle

Here is a brief list of what the UER Team currently recycles.

Monitors Laptops Printers ($5 charge)
CPUs Modems Keyboards
Cell Phones Mainframe Copiers ($5 charge)
Fax Machines ($5 charge) Typewriters Telephone PBX
Terminals Lab Equipment VCR's
CRTs ($5 charge due to lead) TVs 31′ and smaller ($25 charge due to lead) TVs 32′ and larger ($25 charge due to lead)