There's really no excuse, in the 21st century, to not join the movement in reducing environmental impact. Enterprises, as the largest users of electronic devices, have an opportunity to communicate their priorities clearly with a zero landfill recycling policy.
After destruction, Sprout makes every attempt to ensure that Equipment will be dispositioned in a manner such that parts/components may be used again. Once we've made the determination that parts/components cannot be reused in any fashion, or if special requirements forbid its reuse, we begin the process of recycling.
First, we break the equipment into smaller forms. Technicians de-manufacture the devices, shred the parts into tiny fractions, and then feed the output through various magnets, eddy currents, and even manual picking lines to create the cleanest possible finished goods.
Our goal is to return these commodities to the raw materials supply chain as efficiently as possible. Steel to the steel mill, copper to the copper smelter, precious materials like gold and silver to their respective refineries, and plastics to be re-processed into new equipment.
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