Electronic scrap components, such as CPU’s also contain potentially harmful components such as lead, cadmium, beryllium, or brominated flame retardants.
What can be:
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Then for the equipment that can’t be reused, these items are prepared, and or, dismantled and packaged for recycling.
Recycling of e-waste also has two main streams.
What can be done in New Zealand?
What can’t be done in New Zealand?
Many companies have tried to do this by different approaches in New Zealand, [as we do] but we’re always hamstrung by the lack of volume needed to cover the large setup and processing costs. And by volumes, these processing giants need hundreds of tons of equipment each day, to be cost-effective. New Zealand just doesn’t have the volumes to make the full dismantling and metal recovery of most e-waste material viable.
Utilizing Computer Recycling’s eWaste recycling services will benefit the environment as well as protect you and your business against as leaks of secure information.
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Witch both comply with a number of international standards including US Department of Defence 5220.22M (3-pass), US Department of Defence 5220.22M (7-pass), US NIST 800-88, United Kingdom CESG “Certified” erasing standards Baseline and Enhanced.