Our Mission is to recycle your electronics in a safe and environmentally sound manner. We currently recycle 99% of all electronics we process. E-Waste DOES NOT export any unprocessed end-of-life electronics to undeveloped countries.
- E-Waste, LLC is a Washington State certified E-Cycle Collector, Transporter, and Processor.
- We are the 1st to be certified in Snohomish County and the 3rd to be certified in Washington State.
- We meet or exceed all environmental and safety laws and regulations.
- We are a King County Certified Small Contractor and Supplier.
- We are an EPA Waste Wise Partner and EPA Climate Leader Partner.
- We are a proud member of the WA State E-Cycle Program, WMMFA, and are R2 Certified, so our customers know their electronics are being recycled responsibly.
- We provide “Certificate of Destruction” certificates upon request for a small fee to insure that our customers’ information is safe.
E-WASTE IS R2 CERTIFIED
E-Waste is R2 Certified
E-Waste, LLC voluntarily chose to become R2 certified to ensure that we're committed to upholding industry standards for operations and material handling.
Responsible Recycling (R2) Practices were developed over several years by a broad-based stakeholder group for the electronics recycling industry. Developed by the EPA, states, manufacturers, recyclers, trade groups, and NGOs, R2 is the de facto standard adopted by the industry to recognize quality, responsible recyclers. In addition to having a strong, comprehensive Environmental, Health, and Safety Management System (EHSMS) and other controls, R2 requires a recycler to:
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- Establish a reuse and recovery hierarchy of responsible materials management.
- Comply with all legal requirements, including imports and exports.
- Protect worker health and safety and the environment.
- Manage focus materials (FMs) on site and through selected downstream processors.
- Refurbish and properly test reusable equipment and components.
- Implement accepted data destruction procedures.
- Maintain security measures in all parts of the facility.
- Possess adequate insurance and facility closure plan.