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Recycling Electronic Equipment Program

JT Computer has over two decades of experience in the electronic industry, and is now adding recycling electronic equipment to their portfolio. The importance of taking responsibility for an industry that, “…now dumps between 300 million and 400 million electronic items per year, according to estimates from the EPA and the TakeBack Coalition” is more than sufficient to place high value on recycling (MacDonald, July 2008, USA Today). Our environment is rapidly changing and going “green” will make a huge impact on our community and customers who understand they have the tools to make a difference with using JT Computer to dispose of their e-scrap. JT Computer has the expertise to ensure you that any information on the electronics you submit will be destroyed. The trust and privacy of our customers is of absolute importance and is shown through our business practices for over 20 years. Furthermore, by choosing JT Computer you eliminate the burden and high costs of having your own recycling regimen that could take away from your business opportunities.

Electronic equipment qualifications

  • Circuit Boards
  • Electrical switch gear
  • Monitors
  • Networking Equipment
  • Obsolete Computer Products
  • PC peripherals and loose hardware
  • Printers
  • Scanners
  • Scrap metals
  • Servers/Mainframes

*The above list is not exclusive, so please contact us for specific electronic equipment. 


The Texas House Bill 2714 will “require that computer manufacturers selling in the state to establish free and convenient programs to collect and recycle their own brands of desktop, laptops, and monitors sold to consumers. Retailers would only be allowed to sell brands of computers that appear on a list of manufacturers with recovery programs.” This also includes a landfill ban on computers, laptops, and monitors; effective Jan. 1, 2010.

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) would maintain the list of manufacturers.


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