Disposing of outdated and damaged electronics deserves the utmost security. Goodwill Southern California’s E-Waste recycling is AAA certified by the National Association for Information Destruction (NAID), giving you peace of mind — at a highly competitive price.
A state-authorized collector of e-waste, Goodwill Southern California offers businesses a convenient and secure way to dispose of outdated or damaged equipment. And there are other, equally important benefits. In 2013 alone, we diverted over 10 million pounds of electronics from landfills and employed more than 50 individuals with disabilities to operate this environmental service division. Meticulously trained, these employees thoroughly wipe hard drives for reselling, or degauss and destroy them in strict accordance with Department of Defense Standards.
To learn more about how your organization can benefit from this service, please call 323.539.2130.
Benefits of GSC E-Cycling Services
- AAA-certified member of the National Association for Information Destruction (NAID) for hard drive sanitation.
- Exceeds Department Of Defense standards in wiping, degaussing, and crushing hard drives.
- Accept all working or damaged e-waste items at more than conveniently located stores and attended donation centers.
- Free pick-up for donations of a combination of 20 or more TVs, Monitors, or Computers within Goodwill Southern California’s operating area.
By employing GSC Secure Shredding & E-Waste Recycling Services, customers not only take care of business, they help care for the community by diverting materials from landfills and by supporting more than 150 individuals with disabilities who obtain valuable skills training, and enjoy the rewards of dignified employment, a paycheck and a brighter tomorrow.
Fact: The Electronic Waste Recycling Act was signed into law on September 24, 2003, and amended by Senate Bill 50 on September 29, 2004. One of the major objectives of the EWRA is to establish a program for consumers to return, recycle, and ensure the safe and environmentally sound disposal of electronic devices. It is illegal to dispose of electronic waste in the garbage because they contain toxic materials such as lead, mercury, and cadmium.