FREE PICKUP, FREE DATA WIPE, FREE REPORTING
Providing free ITAD Services to residents of Las Vegas as an alternative to the landfill for end of life electronics. Our goal is to divert as much E-Waste from the landfill as possible through partnerships with the Las Vegas community.
Sustain Vegas Computer Disposal
Sustain Vegas, LLC was formed as a startup in January 20, 2020 to provide residents of Clark County an outlet to dispose their unwanted, unused, broken, or legacy computers and electronics. Our goal is to give residents an alternative outlet to landfills and give back to the community in the form of technology donations to under-served communities. We offer Free local pickup, Free data erasure, and Free reporting.
Sustain Vegas is the partner you can trust to handle it
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Why Choose Sustain Vegas
Most frequent questions and answers
Anything that has a plug on it is known as e-waste. Common things in your office such as your screen, keyboard, mouse, printer, scanner, phone, laptop and copier are all known as e-waste, and must be recycled. It also classifies any machines, hardware or machinery with circuit boards in it as e-waste.
The “DoD standard,” referring to DoD 5220.22-M, is a concept which is often used in the data sanitization field. But what does this “norm” mean for businesses, government entities, ITADs and providers of data sanitization solutions?
One if the effective method to efficiently delete previously stored data is to replace hard disk drive storage areas with the same data everywhere— often using a pattern of all zeros. The DoD “standard” and others similar to it take a step further by going through approved methods of random overwriting. These systems will at least prevent the data from being recovered by standard methods of data recovery.
Zero Waste is a concept that promotes resource lifecycles to be revamped in order to reuse all goods or at least all their components. The goal is not to add more garbage to landfills or incinerators. The suggested approach is one similar to the way resources are reused in nature.
By establishing their own zero-landfill strategies, thousands of companies around the USA are doing their bit to recycle. Most companies recycle paper, ink toners, IT equipment, and even office furniture.
The California Department of Toxic Substance Control has declared computer monitors and televisions with Cathode Ray Tubes (CRTs) to be hazardous waste and therefore can not be disposed of in a landfill. Each CRT contains 5 to 7 pounds of lead, cadmium, silver, gold, and other heavy metals, as well as toxic compounds. Lab studies have shown the potential for leaching these compounds and elements out of computer equipment into the outflow of the landfill and causing pollution of the groundwater.