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Computer Recycling Collaborates on a New Essay

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The Union, New Jersey-based electronics disposal company lent its trade expertise in consultation with an online news digest to produce a timely and topical article

UNION, NJ / ACCESSWIRE / August 16, 2021 / Cheryl Thomson, official spokesperson for Computer Recycling, is pleased to announce that the Union, New Jersey-based electronics recycling company has collaborated on a new essay about the negative environmental and economic impact of improperly discarded technology. The essay, which is entitled Computer Recycling is Dedicated to the Wealth and Health of Our Planet, was composed by the writing staff of a noted online periodical that focuses on matters of business and new media, with substantial consultation from Computer Recycling.

Early on in the piece, the central argument of the essay is laid out in plain language. 'If not properly recycled, electronic waste (or e-waste) can be hazardous to the environment and our overall health. Known toxins like mercury and chromium can seep into the soil or air, rendering crops and water unusable,' it explains, before presenting a solution to this problem. 'By choosing to responsibly recycle obsolete computers or mobile devices, individuals can limit the need to mine for additional resources to construct new equipment, improving the environment and keeping prices in check.'

Further along in the essay, great pains are taken to explain the Electronic Waste Recycling Act of 2003 and its various implications, clarifying that the law was not only designed with environmental interests in mind, but also economic interests. 'In addition to environmental damage, electronic waste has an impact on the economy; specifically, manufacturing new electronic devices. Without proper e-waste and laptop recycling, plastics and certain metals such as copper cannot be reused. By manufacturing more electronics from nonrenewable sources, the cost of tech devices will increase beyond the rate of inflation.' Once again, the writers of the essay provide a convenient and sensible resolution for these seemingly overwhelming problems, stating, 'Recycling computers and other e-waste is a simple solution for those looking to rid themselves of devices they no longer have a use for,' before noting that such services can easily be procured through experienced companies like Computer Recycling

Anyone who would like to read the full text of the article can find it located here, while anyone curious to learn more about Computer Recycling or interested in examining a full and detailed list of the services it provides is encouraged to visit the company's official website.

About Computer Recycling:
Computer Recycling is a leading electronics recycling company committed to helping customers dispose of obsolete or unwanted electronic equipment. Offering a wide range of innovative recycling solutions, our team of industry-leading professionals provides exceptional customer service, flexible storage options, and fair pricing. Using our certified data wiping capabilities, we ensure all sensitive information is removed and that all electronics are disposed of safely and responsibly.

CONTACT:
Cheryl Thomson
Spokesperson, Computer Recycling
Website: computerrecyclinginc.com
Email: computerrecyclinginc@gmail.com
Phone: 877-752-5455

SOURCE: Computer Recycling



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