Electronic Recycling Made Easy
Electronic Waste can become a problem: What not to do Every week more data breach lawsuits are in the news which causes Companies to stock their E-waste in a “safe” storage room.  More Companies try to save time and money by doing the same without realizing and or ignoring the fact that these actions can become just as costly and time-consuming. Why is your storage room or warehouse not a safe place to store e-waste? Electronic devices have chemical hazards: E-waste component Cathode ray tube (CRT) glass, batteries, solder, older printed circuit boards, Batteries, switches, thermostats, fluorescent tubes, Nickel-cadmium batteries, printed circuit boards, phosphor coating on CRT glass, Older printed circuit boards, Plastic cases and parts, Potential hazard Lead dust, Mercury vapor, Cadmium dust, Beryllium dust, and Flame retardant dust. Potential health effects from long-term exposure: Anemia, kidney damage, high blood pressure, nerve, and brain damage, miscarriage, congenital disabilities, Nerve and brain damage, congenital disabilities, Kidney disease, bone problems, lung cancer, lung disease, probably lung cancer, Possible thyroid hormone problems.To risk your health and those of your employees can be more costly than just a lawsuit, it can cost a life. s How to get rid of e-waste safely and effortlessly : Find a Safe Recycling Company. 1. Dispose Of Small Electronics: SBC Recycle offers ethical e-Waste collection and…
WARNING:  Your Storage Room Can be a Health Hazard
it is hard to imagine that electronic Devices can become a health risk Using Electronic Equipment like Cell phones, E-readers, Computers, Laptops, and Printers daily, is as natural as breathing to most people at home and in the workplace. It makes our lives so much easier and therefore almost unreal to imagine that it can become a health risk. How Can Electronics become a health hazard? Advanced technology requires us to replace old devices frequently and to keep up with changes some companies upgrade every two years. Because they are concerned about sensitive data being leaked and having data breach lawsuits on their hands, that they merely store old computers away in unused storage areas. Unfortunately, figuring out what to do with the devices could take time, years in fact. The components within these electronic devices can become toxic. Toxic Materials like lead, mercury, arsenic, cadmium, and beryllium can cause enormous environmental problems. Many of these metals comprise circuit boards, computer chips, monitors and even wiring. PC’s with many circuit boards may contain up to 8 pounds (3.6 kilograms) of lead Flame-retardant chemicals in some electronics might pose potential health risks when exposure occurs in large doses These hazardous chemicals…