Less than two months until Earth Day!

Here at Capitol Asset, we celebrate Earth Day every day!  When spring rolls around, we are inundated with contacts from businesses, non-profits and individuals who are reminded of their impact on our planet.  All year long we are reducing, recycling and reusing.


We reduce our impact via our many environmental initiatives.  We are constantly conserving energy in our warehouse and stores, using GPS to find the most efficient routes for our fleet of trucks to save fuel and considering the amount and type of materials we use for packing and logistics.  We even have a great water filtration system which provides drinking water (hot and cold) to all of our employees.


Since recycling is part of our name, you may guess we do it well.  Not only are we sure there is a home for each unusable piece of material that comes into our warehouse, we are “zero landfill”.  We also recycle all paper, plastic and cans that our employees use.   Our team has literally generations of recycling experience and it shows.


Through our retail stores we bring reuse to another level.  Providing affordable, quality IT equipment doesn’t have to mean “new”.  Every item that comes through our warehouse is scrutinized for it’s value, in part or whole, for resale.  Our one-year warrantee stands to show that we are serious about you reusing our products.


In closing, our family just watched Wall-E the other evening.  It is one of our favorite movies and a reminder of the consequences of unbridled waste and irresponsible use of resources.  Our company is here to consider the resources that we and others use, prevent our planet from being buried under mounds of waste and, as the hero of this movie did, collect items for reuse.


Maybe you are asking yourself “What can I do to help”?  Give us a call and let’s see how we can help your company to be a better steward of your assets and e-waste.


Thanks and have a great day,


Stu Metzler

Business Development

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