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SAMR Inc. CEO Albert Boufarah Issues a Reminder That When Replacing Computers and Other Electronic Devices, It's Critical to Dispose of the Old Devices Properly

The founder and chief executive of the Lakewood, New Jersey-area electronics and computer recycling outfit wishes to remind companies, organizations, and government agencies alike of the necessary services his company provides.

LAKEWOOD, NJ / ACCESSWIRE / June 18, 2021 / As the business world slowly emerges from the grip of the COVID-19 pandemic and the accompanying lockdowns and returns to some semblance of normalcy, it’s only natural for companies, organizations, and government agencies to re-evaluate their computer and electronics needs. After all, during the past year plus, the technological requirements of conducting business have changed dramatically. If and when such entities find their IT equipment obsolete and in need of replacement, SAMR Inc. and its CEO Albert Boufarah wishes to remind them that properly disposing of the old models is of critical importance.

Old and out-of-date electronic waste (e-waste) contains metallic elements and other substances that are extremely harmful to the environment. If improperly disposed of, these elements and substances pose a substantial risk of polluting nearby land, water, and, if incinerated, air.

Beyond that, simply discarding e-waste as if it were ordinary garbage poses significant security threats to companies, organizations, and government agencies-not to mention the individuals that work at such places. Should an old computer be thrown away without the information contained within it being properly expunged, hackers can easily gain access to it, including such sensitive data as medical records, credit card statements, and banking information.

SAMR Inc. offers an easy solution to these potential problems. With access to over 150 trucks, SAMR Inc. can effectively service customers located throughout the United States, picking up any unwanted computers or other e-waste and transporting it back to its state-of-the-art recycling facility in Lakewood, New Jersey. There, the outdated equipment will be thoroughly scrubbed of any remaining data before being safely repurposed and recycled without risk to the environment. Indeed, SAMR Inc. is one of only a handful of companies fully licensed and permitted to perform such procedures.

Anyone curious to learn more about SAMR Inc. and its safe and reliable e-waste disposal processes is encouraged to visit their official website.

About SAMR Inc.:

SAMR Inc. is one of the world’s premier electronics and computer recycling companies. It provides solutions for businesses, schools, hospitals, towns, and government entities looking to dispose of e-waste. The professional services that SAMR Inc. offers range from electronics recycling and disposal to secure data destruction to information technology asset management. With more than fifteen years of experience and a state-of-the-art recycling facility located on-premises, SAMR Inc. is one of only a handful of companies that can legally collect, disassemble, and safely recycle computers and computer components. SAMR Inc. is headquartered in Lakewood, New Jersey, but services almost the entirety of the United States.

Contact Information:

Albert Boufarah
Founder and CEO, SAMR Inc.
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 866-509-7267
Website: www.samrinc.com
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/samr-inc-nj
YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCB4JKu4YLDeSoUrZJ0eclPw

Source: SAMR Inc.

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