About Our Company

eCycling Systems was a brain-child of one man and was created in 1992. Since then, this Christian man has built a company that strives to keep all electronic equipment out of landfills and keeping America beautiful and strong.
 eCycling Systems mission is to make sure our country's natural resources are kept clean by fully recycling all unwanted electronic residues. We protect our customers every interest by putting unwanted and retired electronics into their proper place and "CLEAR A PATH TO A BRIGHTER FUTURE."
 It is our belief that green recycling should not only be a coined term but a term in action. eCycling Systems will professionaly pick up and despose of your unwanted electronic equipment, to the letter of the law, and to the very last letter of your every need and agreement with us.
And best of all, there is usually never a cost to our customers.
We make it simple for the smallest to the largest company to have equipment removed and properly recycled. We properly destroy all data stored on equipment according to the Department of Defense Data Wiping Standards.
Please call us or email us and one of our well trained representatives will walk you through the process.
If you have equipment you feel still has monitary value, we can make you a reasonable offer.
eCycling Systems is Osha and E.P.A. compliant. We are fully insured and bonded, and supply a complete Certificate of Data and System Destruction and Sanitization. In addition, we keep a complete staff that is Cisco and Microsoft certified to help with all your I.T. needs.
OUR PARTNER________________________________________________________________
If you would rather donate your retired equipment, then please use our partner, Computers For the Blind. CFTB is a non-profit 501 (c)3 organization that provides computers to visually impaired people, in hopes that they can enjoy the technology age, just like the rest of us. CFTB is approved by the Internal Revenue Service as a tax-exempt, charitable organization.


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