Electronics              Desktops
Scrap Metal            Cardboard
TV’s                         Mattresses
Recycle With Us
Electronics              Desktops
Scrap Metal            Cardboard
TV’s                         Mattresses
Recycle With Us

Phone #: 206-497-9979
Address: 219 Frontage Rd N Ste
Pacific, Wa, 98047

Monday – Friday 7:30am – 5:00pm

 

Why recycle?

Recycling is a great way to protect our environment and stimulate our economy. Recycling saves resources, prevents pollution, supports public health, and creates jobs. It saves money, avoids landfills, and best of all, it’s easy! Recycling creates a closed-loop system where unwanted products are returned back to manufacturers for use in new products. This prevents the pollution and destruction that occurs when virgin materials –like trees and precious metals– are extracted from the earth

Phone #: 206-497-9979
Address: 219 Frontage Rd N Ste
Pacific, Wa, 98047
Monday – Friday 7:30am – 5:00pm

Why recycle?

Recycling is a great way to protect our environment and stimulate our economy. Recycling saves resources, prevents pollution, supports public health, and creates jobs. It saves money, avoids landfills, and best of all, it’s easy! Recycling creates a closed-loop system where unwanted products are returned back to manufacturers for use in new products. This prevents the pollution and destruction that occurs when virgin materials –like trees and precious metals– are extracted from the earth

Some recycling facts…

Some recycling facts…

What is E-waste?

Electronic waste or e-waste is a popular, informal name for electronic products nearing the end of their “useful life.” Computers, televisions, Cell phones, VCRs, stereos, copiers, and fax machines are common electronic products. Many of these products can be reused, refurbished, or recycled.

Recycling Makes Sense

Unlike landfills, which simply stockpile trash, recycling removes waste completely, then turns it back to useful products. Recycling saves money, and in turn reduces the amount of trash going to the landfills.

Paper Recycling

A ton of paper made from recycled paper saves:

– 7,000 gallons of water

– Between 17 and 31 trees

– 60 pounds of air pollutants

In 2007 82% (1.8 million tons) of E-waste ended up in landfills! By working with us this is something that we can help fix.

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82 Percent

In 2007, the National Safety Council study estimated about 40 million computers became obsolete within 1 year. Here at UpTeKK we are trying to shrink that number by refurbishing, upgrading, and fixing computers for resale to the public, schools, and developing countries.

40 Million!!!

Nearly 90% of what we throw away could potentially be recovered through reuse, recycling, or even composting.

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90 Percent

In 2007 82% (1.8 million tons) of E-waste ended up in landfills! By working with us this is something that we can help fix.

%

82 Percent

In 2007, the National Safety Council study estimated about 40 million computers became obsolete within 1 year. Here at UpTeKK we are trying to shrink that number by refurbishing, upgrading, and fixing computers for resale to the public, schools, and developing countries.

40 Million!!!

Nearly 90% of what we throw away could potentially be recovered through reuse, recycling, or even composting.

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90 Percent