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Nationwide Electronics Recycling Firm R2 Recycling Announces its New YouTube Channel

The company presents useful video content that helps businesses and organizations of all types make informed decisions regarding their e-waste

SILVER SPRING, MD / ACCESSWIRE / January 17, 2022 / Leading electronics & computer recycling firm R2 Recycling (located in Silver Spring, MD and with a nationwide network of recycling partners) has recently expanded its online offerings to include an informational YouTube channel. The channel provides in-depth information on the company’s background & service options. It presents the case that it is the best choice for businesses looking to recycle their old computers and electronics properly.

The videos on the new YouTube channel cover their current activities and show a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the standard procedures for e-waste & computer recycling. Plans are in the works to create more informational videos that help walk companies through the recycling process and show them the advantages of choosing R2 Recycling for their needs.

Company managers & executives may have a challenging time choosing the right electronics recycling firm to meet their particular needs. It’s wise to take some time doing research to arrive at an informed decision for the ideal recycling partner. The YouTube channel can present a window into how e-waste recyclers operate and give companies a working knowledge of the field.

R2 Recycling works with trusted partners that follow the R2 standard all over the country to recycle devices and properly dispose of byproducts from the process. The process they follow helps protect workers from the effects of harmful heavy metals and dust that may be released from components like circuit boards. Proper recycling also ensures that these dangerous materials do not contaminate the soil and groundwater.

With more than 20 years of experience in the industry, the company has the capability of providing the most professional, courteous service to clients throughout the United States. When your company needs to update & replace its computer systems, you may be looking for a way to properly recycle your outdated equipment. A trusted electronics recycling partner like R2 Recycling will ensure that you comply with all relevant laws & regulations and act responsibly by properly recycling your old equipment.

R2 Recycling can pick up your recyclables or (if you recycle a high volume of equipment) provide you with a drop-off container for maximum convenience. No matter how you choose to have them collect your materials, you can feel good that the highest security standards & adherence to ethical recycling methods will be applied to your equipment.

About R2 Recycling:
We help organizations of all types and sizes properly dispose of their outdated electronics. We enable your organization to comply with all laws and regulations in the safe disposal of old equipment while protecting your data security. When you trust us with your electronics recycling needs, you can feel confident that you will be receiving the best possible service for the price and that we are handling your equipment with care for the environment & the privacy of your personal information.

Contact Information:
R2 Recycling
Serving the United States
Phone: (866) 509-7267

SOURCE: R2 Recycling

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