Capitol Asset Recycling continues to grow its nationwide buy-back program. When large IT consumers consider the environment during their refreshes and disposals, they typically ask themselves “How much is this going to cost us?” This is because most Electronics Recyclers prey on their customers by offering to remove equipment for their customers at a very high cost. These companies are solely reliant on the service revenue of charging their customers outrageous fees for removal of their IT equipment while knowing the true value of the equipment.

Capitol Asset Recycling has been seeing a major change in the IT recycling business as most large companies are becoming increasingly tired of dealing with smaller, local recyclers with poor customer service.

“The advantage that we have is that we are a large, diverse, vertically integrated asset recovery company that does not live and die off service fees. We are able to purchase end of life electronics and build the logistics cost into the purchase price to ensure the highest value to our customers,” said Jason Hawkins, Asset Disposition Director for Capitol Asset Recycling.

With its new electronics processing locations up and running in South Florida, and New Jersey, Capitol Asset Recycling is able to handle more corporate offices for its loyal customer base.

If you feel that your company is ready to revamp its electronics disposal program, let us know and one of our IT Asset Management advisors will be happy to open your eyes to our buyback program. As our CEO says, “Just give us a chance to show you what we can do for you!”

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