R2 Certified Electronics Recycling Center in Washington DC 


  • e-scrap (or e-waste) represents 2% of America's trash in landfills, but it equals 70% of overall toxic waste.
    — From iWaste | Mother Jones
  • It takes 530 lbs. of fossil fuel, 48 lbs. of chemicals, and 1.5 tons of water to manufacture one computer and monitor.
    — From Electronics TakeBack Coalition
  • Americans dump phones containing over $60 million in gold/silver every year.
    — From Business Insider
  • Only 12.5% of e-waste is currently recycled.
    — From U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

The benefits of responsible electronics recycling

  • Preserves natural resources: will recover valuable resources and materials from e-scrap including metals, plastics, and glass, which can be reused to make new products, instead of extracting raw materials from the earth, which required more energy to mine and manufacture.

We, at e-End never export any material illegally

“For every 1 million cell phones that are recycled, 35,274 lbs. of copper, 772 lbs. of silver, 75 lbs. of gold, and 33 lbs. of palladium can be recovered." - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • Save energy: will absolutely save a lot of energy, reduce pollution, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
“Recycling 1 million laptops saves the energy equivalent to the electricity used by 3,657 U.S. homes in a year.” - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • Protects our environment: eliminates the danger of toxic chemicals from our environment.

Check out what toxins does a single CRT(Cathode Ray Tubes) contain.

Lead, cadmium, mercury, chromium and polyvinyl chlorides, and other heavy metals whose known toxicological effects range from brain damage to kidney disease to mutations and cancers, could end up in the water you drink or the air you breathe. 

More details about the dangers of e-waste

Still not clear for you, then check out these R2 Documents below:

How R2 certified recyclers protect your organization ?

How R2 certified recyclers protect your organization ?

Why R2 Certification is the Better Choice ?

Why R2 Certification is the Better Choice ?

Where does e-waste end up?

When you look at the stacked up pile of old television, video game consoles, computers, cellphones, etc., you think that a trash dumpster is where they should go right ? Wrong. A trash can will not make them disappear “magically”. It is the beginning of a pipeline that leads to a local landfill, a giant e-waste scrapyard in China or a slum in Ghana.

“Remember that when you throw something ‘away,’ it doesn’t just disappear. There’s no magical place called ‘away’.” 
Jim Puckett, the founder of the Basel Action Network.

The following is a report which first appear on Earthfix’s website, showing where most of our end of life electronics would end up. (we  take no credit or responsibility for this video, all credits go to its creator)

Choose e-End for electronics recycling

When it comes to end-of-life equipment, e-End strictly adheres to internationally recognized Responsible Recycling (R2) standard to reduce electronics waste and preserve natural resources. We also strive to exceed the EPA’s standards for solid waste recycling and adhere to a zero-landfill policy for e-waste.

If it plugs into a wall, uses batteries, or looks like it could have done either at one time, we can most likely recycle it!

Complete details about our electronic recycling process

e-End gives everyone the opportunity to empty their storage rooms of unused electronics and have them 100% recycled.

Need ITAD assistance? Contact us to learn how we can assist with your ITAD requirements. We will purchase various IT assets.

See the complete list of the items we accept


If you are still thinking about where to recycle your unused electronics, drop them off at our secure Frederick facility at :

7118 Geoffrey Way Unit E,  Frederick, MD 21704

Give us a call at 240-529-1010 or send us an email at info@eendusa.com.

 

To help save energy, we also offer truck pickup  for commercials, organization, government office. Just fill our the form below, and we will contact you as fast as possible:

 
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Electronic Recycling Drop Off Location:

Monday – Friday: 9AM-4PM
Saturday - Sunday: Closed

7118 Geoffrey Way Unit E
Frederick, MD 21704
Phone: (240) 529-1010