California Electronics Recycler offers physical product destruction to destroy, protect, and secure your products and product data from ever becoming abused or breached. Our physical destruction process promises complete destruction of your products.
Many electronic recycling centers offer physical destruction services but don’t assume they are all alike. Some recycling centers are not ethically recycling their electronics and will often sell their electronics overseas just to make a profit. At California Electronics Recycler we have destroyed over a million products and know the right procedures and techniques to handle and dispose of your products.
We offer several methods of destruction that match the level of security appropriate to your needs.
We provide a few options for physically destroying your products. We can crush or smash your products with our 4 ton hydraulic press or we can meticulous disassemble and sort the materials for recycling as means of product destruction. Once complete destruction is assured we will always recycle responsibly the materials. If more destruction is required we have available product shredding services that will tear and rip apart all your products into small pieces just like paper through a paper shredder.
We are the Professionals for Product Destruction
With more than a decade of experience destroying products we hold the highest standards for making sure that your products are destroyed permanently. At California Electronics Recycler we pride ourselves on our commitment to our clients when dealing with the destruction of their products while keeping the environment clean from hazardous waste.
What happens after the products are Physically Destroyed?
After your products are completely destroyed through one or more of our degaussing machine, the hydraulic press and/or shredder, one of our R2 certified downstream vendors will dispose of the remaining raw materials. We only use R2 certified recyclers because of their high standards when it comes to eco-ethically recycling. It is sometimes possible to recover some of the cost of disposal of these products through the sale of the recyclable materials.