Since 2009, ReCell One has purchased over 400,000 Laptops, Smartphones and Tablets and paid out over $1,000,000 to our business customers. On average, ReCell One pays 17% more than any carrier buyback program and over 20% more than the largest, nationally advertised "buyback" company.
ReCell One works with organizations around the country, in every industry. We manage the recycling of wireless Cellphones, Laptops and Tablets and their accessories in a way that meets or exceeds all environmental laws and regulations.
What we recycle from businesses:
- Desktop Computers, Laptop Computers
- Hard Drives (Serialized Certificate of Destruction is provided upon request)
- Notebooks, Tablets, Handheld devices $$$
- Fax Machines, Scanners, Postal Machines
- Flat Screen Monitors
- Medical Electronics
- Audio Video Equipment
- All Batteries
- Cell Phones $$$
- Connectors, Wiring, Cabling Metal Racks
- UPS equipment
- Laptops $$$
- Server Racks
- IT equipment
- Radios, Calculators
- Office Copiers
- Telecommunication Equipment
$$$-We buy these items
There is never a charge for our business services pick up.
95% of our business, is business to business; working with Fortune 500 companies, Governments, Professional Sport Teams, small to medium businesses and charitable organizations.
Zero Landfill Disposal
At ReCell One, we follow rigorous EPA guidelines and ensure our downstream partners do the same. 100 percent of each electronic asset entrusted to us is recycled or re-marketed. Absolutely nothing is left to be disposed of in a landfill. All recycling is processed domestically to ensure the highest level of security for your organization.
ReCell One will not export any electronics to developing countries and continents such as China, India and Africa.
ReCell Ones’ environmentally sound solutions for the secure, effective management and removal of any organization’s end-of-life electronic assets are certified to meet or exceed all National Security Agency requirements. ReCell One provides the highest standard of service to all U.S. Government agencies and corporate entities wishing to responsibly dispose of their end-of-life or obsolete devices, while simultaneously maintaining the highest level of data security.