Leading the Charge in E-Waste and Battery Recycling in California

California stands tall as a beacon of environmental consciousness, and its commitment to sustainable practices extends to the realm of e-waste and battery recycling. At Cinco Technologies, we recognize this dedication and are proud to partner with California businesses to responsibly manage their electronic waste and batteries.

Why Recycle E-Waste and Batteries in California?

There are compelling reasons why Californians prioritize e-waste and battery recycling

Environmental Protection

E-waste often contains hazardous materials like lead, mercury, and cadmium, which pose significant environmental risks if not disposed of properly. Recycling these materials prevents their release into the environment, protecting our air, water, and soil.

Environmental Protection
Resource Conservation

Resource Conservation

E-waste contains valuable resources like precious metals and rare earth elements. Recycling these materials reduces the need for virgin resource extraction, conserving our natural resources for future generations.

Economic Benefits

California's e-waste recycling industry generates jobs and contributes to the state's economy. By choosing responsible recycling partners like Cinco Technologies, businesses can support local communities and contribute to a green economy.

Economic Benefits
Regulatory Compliance

Regulatory Compliance

California has strict regulations regarding e-waste and battery disposal. Businesses are obligated to ensure proper disposal of these materials, and failure to do so can result in significant penalties.

State Regulations to Consider

California Electronic Waste Recycling Act (EWRA)

California Rechargeable Battery Recycling Act (RBRC)

Universal Waste Regulations


Materials You Can Recycle

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Computers and peripherals

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TVs and monitors

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Cell phones and tablets

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Laptops and printers

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Audio/video equipment

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Power tools and batteries

What Recycled Materials Can Be Turned Into?


Recovered metals from e-waste can be used to produce new electronics, building materials, and other products.


Plastics can be recycled into new plastic products or converted into fuel.


Glass from CRT monitors can be recycled into new glass products.


How Cinco Technologies Can Assist in California

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Responsible Recycling

We ensure your e-waste and batteries are recycled responsibly and in compliance with California regulations, contributing to your ESG goals.

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Data Security

We prioritize data security throughout the recycling process, offering peace of mind for businesses concerned about sensitive information.

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Transparency and Reporting

We provide detailed reports on the recycling process, allowing you to track the progress of your e-waste and batteries and demonstrate your commitment to sustainability.


Recycling Carbon Reductions


Recycling one ton of e-waste can save the equivalent of planting 40 trees


Recycling aluminum from e-waste can save 95% of the energy compared to using virgin aluminum.


Recycling steel from e-waste can save 75% of the energy compared to using virgin steel.

Driving Value from Your Scrap E-Waste and Batteries

Reduced Disposal Costs

By recycling your e-waste and batteries, you can avoid the high costs associated with landfill disposal.

Resource Recovery

Valuable materials recovered from your e-waste and batteries can be sold, generating additional revenue for your business.

Brand Reputation

Demonstrating a commitment to responsible e-waste and battery recycling can enhance your brand image and attract environmentally conscious customers.

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Partner with Cinco Technologies for Sustainable E-Waste and Battery Recycling

At Cinco Technologies, we are committed to helping businesses achieve their sustainability goals.

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Secure collection and transportation

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Data destruction and erasure

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Comprehensive recycling processing

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Detailed reporting and documentation

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Environmental impact analysis

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