Electronics Recycling in Torrance
California Electronics Recycler is proud to offer electronics recycling to the city of Torrance. Even though we don’t have a facility in the city of Torrance we do offer free pickups for businesses to recycle unwanted electronics. We recycle electronics of all kinds to help businesses and city residents maintain a clean and safe environment. Through recycling electronics we can eliminate hazardous and harmful materials from polluting our local landfills. We can also reduce the amount of resources needed from the earth for new electronics. We are proud to provide electronics recycling to the city of Torrance, CA.
IT Data Destruction Services in Torrance, CA
Data destruction is essential when it comes to recycling electronics, especially with old IT servers and computers. We offer free data destruction to those who recycle with California Electronics Recycler. Data destruction is important for protecting and securing your old information. We provide a few techniques of data destruction that guarantees protection of your data from ever being exposed or breached. All of our data destruction techniques are irretrievable and impossible to recover. We are able to wipe data with our Department of Defense compliant software, demagnetize the data with our degaussing machines and/or can physically destroy the data disks and hard drives. To learn more contact us today at (800) 282-3927 or fill out our contact form on this page.
Our Torrance Services
- Computer Recycling
- Server Recycling
- Electronics Recycling
- Data Wiping
- Data Degaussing
- Data Destruction
- Electronics Pickup
- Recycle Day Events
The City of Torrance
Torrance City is located in the County of Los Angeles. Torrance consists of more than 147,000 residents and has approximately 21 square miles. The city has a total of 1.5 miles of beaches and is considered one of the safest cities in the Los Angeles County. It is also known as the birth place of AYSO (American Youth Soccer Organization). Torrance is home to the Honda Motor Company, Robinson Helicopters and Honeywell’s Garrett turbochargers.