Office Equipment Removal & Recycling

eLot Electronics Recycling offers a complete recycling service for any sized business. Whether there is a closet full of outdated and unusable electronics or an entire floor one phone call and we can be there to remove it all. We provide business e-waste and technology recycling such as: Computer Recycling, Laptop Recycling, Lamp Recycling, Bulb Recycling, Battery Recycling. We can also provide secure Data Destruction, Equipment Removal, and Scrap Metal Recycling for your business.

By recycling your electronic equipment, bulbs, lamps and batteries through us, you are saving the community from hazardous toxins and help retain clean landfills.

The increase in electronics consumption in the past few decades has led to environmental issues as they reach their end of life. Filled with hazardous materials like mercury and lead, electronics cannot be land filled and the average home owner is left with a heavy burden. The EPA, DEC and many electronics manufacturers and de-manufactures have taken on these challenges to offer a viable way to rid attics, garages and basements of obsolete electronics in a safe and environmentally way.


What areas do you serve for business’ electronics recycling?
A: eLot Electronics Recycling services business recycling needs to customers throughout the Albany, Schenectady Troy New York Capital Region as well as New York City, New Jersey Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Vermont!

What should my business do about our old electronic equipment?
A: If your company has electronic equipment and doesn’t know what to do with it, contact us at (518) 266-9385!

What is being done to prevent hazardous electronic waste?
A: Current DEC laws prevent businesses from disposing certain electronics, namely mercury-containing devices, into standard commercial trash.

What happens to electronic equipment that isn’t properly recycled?
A: Hazardous toxins from computers and electronics seep into the earth by the way of landfills and dumps.

Why is it important for my business to recycle our electronic equipment?
A: With increasing amounts of businesses in the United States, we are now living in an electronic wasteland where only a percentage of electronic equipment is being properly recycled.