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Electronics Recycling Key Environmental, Health and Safety, and Social Commitments

  • Responsible Recycling (R2) Rev. 7/2013 Certified (See Certificate Here)
  • ISO 14001:2004 Certified (See Certificate Here)
  • OHSAS 18001:2007 (See Certificate Here)
  • Registered with the DEC (NY) REG# 0025
  • Reporting and recycling performed in compliance with State and Federal requirements NYS Electronic Equipment Recycling and Reuse Act
  • National Association for Information Destruction (NAID) Member
  • Regular audits of internal processes, employees, and recycling partners
  • Staff is consistently trained on the changing laws and regulations governing the electronic waste industry
  • Donate reusable viable technology to reputable organizations in need of computer equipment

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Zero Landfill and Zero Exportation of Electronic Waste

ITAMG and its audited Electronic Recycling Partners never illegally incinerate, landfill, or export electronic waste.

All materials are broken down to the most basic components, destroyed and processed for the recovery of commodity grade metals and non-metals through processes that are in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations of The United States of America. 

ITAMG only sends eWaste to R2 certified downstream vendors to manage.  Our downstream recycling practices are transparent and upon implementation of a confidentiality agreement ITAMG will gladly share detailed waste stream information with our clients.  

 


Reuse Before Recycle

ITAMG makes every effort possible to ensure equipment is reused. Our priority is to ensure equipment is repaired, refurbished, and marketed or donated whenever feasible.

Equipment that is obsolete and or broken beyond repair is stripped of reusable parts and then recycled according to all local, state, and federal laws.  The remaining materials and components are separated and recycled according to EPA standards for the handling of regulated electronic waste.

ITAMG is also an EPEAT Champion and actively promotes the standards outlined by the Green Electronics Counsel to assist organizations purchase green and sustainable technology.