All material and electronics recycling is tracked, disassembled by hand, carefully separated and eventually utilized as feedstock for various raw material extraction processes including smelting and refining or refurbished and sold. These raw materials from electronics recycling are in turn used to produce new metal and plastic products.
To find out where to recycle these and other household items, please visit the Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council's "Where to Recycle" database. We reserve the right to reject any electronics if we deem them to be in an unsafe condition to handle including those with broken shards of leaded glass or excessively dirty products.
Large Volume Generators Bulk Return Customers Customers may bring in up to 25 large pieces of electronics per depot per day without making an appointment.
Large volume generators of electronics and other bulk electronics customers may drop off more than this by appointment only. Customers who wish to bring in more than 50 large pieces of electronics may be asked to package their electronics off site using packaging materials supplied by SARCAN and deliver them via your organization's transport or a courier.
Please contact the depot in your community by phone to book an appointment. What Happens to Electronics? The electronics dropped off at SARCAN depots are expressly done so for the purposes of dismantling and recycling not reuse or resale. It is because of this that SARCAN depots are not able to offer any electronics or components of electronics to the public for reuse or resale.
To find out about the electronics recycling process, visit the EPRA website.
Concerned customers are still encouraged to wipe their personal information from any data-containing electronics including, but not limited to, CPUs, laptops, desktop servers, fax machines, answering machines, cell phones and cameras.
The fully secure dismantling sites that dismantle and recycle the electronics collected under EPRA must meet rigid security standards that prevent the unlawful access of customer information.Electronics Recycling.
SARCAN Recycling collects end-of-life electronics for responsible recycling at all of its depots in accordance with the Province of Saskatchewan's Environmental Management and . Recycling & Reuse Information about recycling, donation, and household hazardous waste programs and services in your community or area.
Electronics donation and recycling is a great way to help conserve resources and natural materials. It is important to make sure you are donating and/or recycling electronics safely and correctly.
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