Electronics Reuse Program
The Electronic Demanufacturing Facility tests some electronic items for key functions and refurbishes them for sale through the Reuse Program.
Why reuse electronics?
Reuse saves natural resources, extends the life of discarded electronics, and retains their value close to home. Reuse also is a requirement of the R2:2013
(Responsible Recycling) standard that we follow.
Currently we reuse some desktops, laptops, hard drives, and flat-screen monitors.
Buying electronics from us
To view or purchase electronics, please visit our eBay store
. We add new items as they become available, so please check back often or "follow" our store to receive updates.
No shopping or viewing of items for sale is permitted at the Electronic Demanufacturing Facility. To ensure customer safety and facility security, all purchases must be made online. We ship all purchases to our customers at no extra charge.
The facility is a Microsoft Registered Refurbisher and provides a robust Product Return Plan
. Please e-mail customer support at firstname.lastname@example.org
Data security: our highest priority
All data we receive is securely managed and destroyed.
Our technicians use state-of-the-art hardware and software to destroy all information found on hard drives slated for reuse. The success of this process is then validated through a second, independent review for every drive. Finally, the data-destruction process is audited on a regular basis by a third party.
Our facility is certified to several internationally recognized standards that set the bar for performance in several areas: data security, downstream management of potentially harmful materials, environmental, and health & safety. Read more about these on Our Certifications