Hampton Roads, VA Recycles 3,224 Pounds of IT Equipment in a Day
Securis’ data destruction and electronics recycling facility in Hampton Roads, Virginia provides ongoing recycling services for the Central Virginia Waste Management Authority (CVWMA) at New Kent. Their combined dedication to responsible recycling keeps 3,000 pounds of CRT and LCD televisions out of landfills every two weeks. That’s 78, 000 pounds each year.
Recently, the two companies teamed up for their semi-annual recycling event and ended up recycling 3,224 pounds worth of IT equipment in one day. A breakdown of the electronics recycled is below.
Computers and Laptops
LCD Monitors and Televisions
CRT Televisions and Monitors
Misc. Appliances, Keyboards, Etc.
Local Securis business owner Allan Jenik’s family helped out.
Jenik’s family members help out: Son Aidan, father-in-law Roland, and wife Shannon
Special thanks to Securis’ Hampton Roads location business owner Allan Jenik and his family for making this important recycling event have such a great impact on the environment. 3,224 pounds of recycled IT equipment in one day is impressive!
The Hampton Roads, Virginia location provides data destruction and IT recycling to cities in southern Virginia including Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake, Hampton, Suffolk, Elizabeth City (NC), Newport News, Williamsburg, Smithfield, Portsmouth, Franklin, Poquoson, and more.