How You Can Profit from Recycling E- Scrap
A quick sweep of the office may reveal lots of old computers, hard drives and other retired IT assets that are no longer of any use to your company.
While most of the time, these assets are in fact not worthwhile, there are still quite a few ways you can not only get rid of them, but cash in as well.
In this article we’ll cover just a few of your best options for the bottom line with leftover IT equipment.
Sell In Bulk
SMS Assembly makes it easy to sell your retired IT assets for maximum profit. Simply ship your equipment to us, and we’ll provide a no-cost evaluation. If you’re satisfied with the amount we quote, we’ll send you a check!
If you are looking to maximize profit from retired IT assets, SMS Assembly offers the most competitive pricing, along with total transparency. We recommend recycling electronics after your company does an upgrade or large purchase to get rid of any spare parts and get the biggest bang for your buck. Cancelled or completed projects and mergers or acquisitions also present a unique opportunity to sell e-scrap.
SMS Assembly is experienced in purchasing retired IT assets of all kinds. We buy servers, processors, hard drives, POS hardware, HBAs and much more. A good way to ensure that you get the biggest return possible is work with an IT asset management company who takes the time to look for hidden gems among your old equipment. Some of the most valuable equipment could be something you didn’t even know you had. Our experienced professionals will work with you to maximize profits.
With e-scrap that is truly scrap, you may be able to find a precious metals recycler who will purchase your bulk lot by the pound. While you should not expect a large sum for your product, it will at the very least cover some expenses.
Additionally, if you have a lot of potentially damaged hardware like processors, memory, or drives, you may want to look into a company that offers hardware repair services and will pay you working value for the hardware in the end.
That being said, much of the time your best bet is to simply Google for a local recycler and bring the equipment down to the drop off site. Often times there is simply very little value to be reclaimed.
In the end, one person’s trash is another’s treasure. Make sure you choose an electronic scrap recycler who knows the true value of your retired IT assets, as well as one who responsibly recycles to protect not only the environment, but also your sensitive data. You may just be sitting on thousands of dollars you didn’t even know you had! Contact us today to find out more about the money you may be sitting on right now!