- Bychuck it
- September 24, 2015
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How to properly recycle old electronics
Recycling Your Electronic Devices
As the year is coming to an end, it’s about time to get rid of all of your old electronics and upgrade. But now that were advancing into newer technologies what do we do with all of our old, used laptops, computers, phones and TV’s that are cluttering our homes and taking up space? The simplest form of getting rid of these items is to throw it away in the trash. Many people don’t realize that these technologies will be sent off and thrown into a pit with other electronic devices taking up space in landfills, which is not beneficial to our environment.
Chuck It Recycles It!
Chuck it Junk Removal will take these devices and recycle them for you. They guarantee that 100% of the E-waste they take in will get recycled and nothing will end up in a landfill.
What To Do Before Recycling Electronics in Michigan
Now that we’ve talked a little bit about what company to use to recycle all of your old devices lets move onto how to properly clear these technologies of your old information. First things first, you need to preserve your information and clear the data from all of your old devices. Back It Up!
Back up your data and erase whether your are trashing or recycling electronics.
Next make sure to back up all of your data so that any of your personal files, records, passwords, photos or music will be secure enough to transfer onto a new device. After all of your information is backed up completely make sure that everything is going to transfer, and then erase all of your info on the device so that nobody that takes ahold of this device in the future will have any access to any of your personal information.
Keep em’ or Get Rid Of It
Now that all of your information is backed up and transferred completely onto another device you can now get rid of your old devices and let Chuck it Junk Removal take these off of your hands and safely dispose of them.
There are a lot of good reasons to keep old or two-year old devices. You could hand them down to your kids to play around on them, but if you have electronics that are just sitting around the house taking up space, it only takes a little bit of work to do the right thing.