Safe-secure-stress-free disposal of obsolete Computers, Monitors, & Electronic Equipment. Click ‘more info’ for our Computer disposal and recycling program.
The Newtech Printer Recycling Service provides safe disposal of all office printers including the disposal of Photocopiers.
Newtech Computer Monitor & TV Disposal Services utilize state of the art equipment to process this material.
Newtech Recycling provides a full disposal for recycling service on all electronic equipment, machinery, devices and apparatus.
Newtech Recycling provides a Secure Data Destruction and Hard Disk Drive Sterilization service for Computers, Laptops, PC's, Servers, Mainframes, Phones & Portable Hard Drives.
Newtech Recycling Inc provides a disposal service for Cell Phones and all other Telephone Systems. Click 'more info' to read about our Cell Phone Recycling Program.
Newtech Recycling will collect all unwanted office electronics and Information Technology hardware from your offices and dispose of it securely in full accordance with State and EPA regulations.
Newtech Computer and Electronics Recycling Facility, The Environmentally Safe Solution
Newtech Recycling Inc - R2 Certified
The R2 Standard sets forth requirements relating to environmental, health, safety, and security aspects of electronics recycling.
R2 also requires e-recyclers to assure that more toxic material streams are managed safely and responsibly by downstream vendors-all the way to final disposition. It also prohibits e-recyclers and their downstream vendors from exporting these more toxic materials to countries that have enacted laws making their import illegal.
The R2 Standard focuses on the performance of electronics recyclers in the areas of:
• environmental and public health
• worker health and safety
• security (data and facility)
• the whole of the recycling process and chain of custody of materials through final disposition
Click on the below R2 Certificate for the PDF Version
R2 is the leading standard for the electronics recycling industry setting a high bar for practices that protect the environment, human health, safety and the security of the recycling process. The standard was developed through a rigorous, multi-stakeholder, transparent and open process over 2+ years. It is expected the marketplace will begin to require recyclers to become certified to a recycling standard to encourage good practices.