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New Electronics Recycling Pick-up Service, Comprenew 2 You

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Electronics recycling & delivery right to your door
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Comprenew has announced that recycling old technology has been made even simpler through the new Comprenew 2 You™ program. For over 30 years the company has provided safe and secure electronics recycling pick-up services to their corporate customer base. Now, to meet the growing demand of our community they have expanded their fleet to accommodate pick-ups and deliveries to homes and small businesses across the entire state.

Whether you have electronics to recycle or a Comprenew product you would like delivered, Comprenew’s team is ready to provide you a personalized experience. Data-bearing devices are wiped using state-of-the-art technology compliant with the highest industry standards, including e-Stewards, R2, NIST, and HIPAA. Hard drive shredding and certificates of data destruction are available upon request.

Health, safety, and security are Comprenew’s highest priorities. You can expect the team to arrive at your home or business with proper personal protection equipment and thorough sanitization methods which abide by CDC guidelines.

Comprenew also adheres to a strict zero-landfill policy for all electronic waste and refurbishes items whenever possible for affordable resale back to the community. Your support helps Comprenew protect people and the planet from the threat of electronic waste, while also providing digital equity and job training programs to people in need.

Call 833-COMPRENEW (833-266-7736) or visit comprenew.org/comprenew-2-you to schedule a pick-up today.

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