The nation’s leading fully integrated IT and electronics asset disposition provider and cybersecurity-focused hardware destruction company, ERI, has long offered its time-tested solution for safe and secure recycling of electronics with its home and business recycling box program. Fielding hundreds of requests from businesses and individuals during the COVID-19 pandemic, ERI is finding there is more of a need for its box program than ever before.
With millions working at home offices or remote locations now on a permanent basis, every company is faced with unique challenges when it comes to the responsible and data-secure disposition of IT and electronic assets. ERI’s technology recycling boxes are a proven solution.
ERI’s unique program provides the only NAID, R2, and e-Stewards certified secure-at-home (or office) box program in the United States with contactless, transparent delivery and pickup. All collected electronics are responsibly recycled and all data is securely destroyed.
The comprehensive electronics mail-back program is available with 19 different box types with serialization options for five sizes of technology boxes. Labels, sealing tape, and freight to and from each customer’s location to the nearest ERI processing facility are included in the flat rate for ERI’s e-Recycling boxes. Every zip code in the U.S. is covered.
The boxes are shipped flat directly to the customer with an included return label. Customers can then assemble, fill, and return the boxes whenever convenient, with a simple call to ERI’s logistics partner, UPS.
“During these challenging times, we are proud to offer a service that is urgently needed by businesses and individuals nationwide,” said John Shegerian, ERI’s Co-Founder and Executive Chairman. “Our box program protects your data, is transparent and trackable, and is a safe, contactless, and sustainable service that allows businesses and consumers to easily recycle their electronics from their homes or offices fast, safely and easily without the inconvenience of ever leaving.”