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How to Recycle a Printer

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Daliah Okoro
Daliah Okoro
July 19, 2019

If you own a business or are a part of your company’s IT asset management plan, you probably know about the importance of figuring out what to do with electronic devices once they have reached the end of their life cycle. In order to keep sensitive data secure, it’s important to find computer recyclers who can safely and effectively get rid of old computers. If you want to learn more about how to recycle a printer, read on. 

If you can’t donate or sell your old printer, recycling is another good option. You’ll want to find a certified third party electronic recycler, as not all e-waste recycling companies are the same. A certified recycler will be up to date on all safety and environmental standards and can ensure that all the data on your computer will be effectively destroyed. Once an old printer has been recycled, the recycling company will destroy the discarded parts of the computer to ensure that data is irrecoverable. So not only is recycling your old printers and e-waste environmentally friendly, it also acts as an effective way to keep your data secure and 100% irrecoverable. If you have e-waste that has reached the end of its life cycle, be sure to consider a certified e-waste recycling company. 

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