Bethesda, MD Computer and e-Cycling Service

Patriot Shredding proudly offers computer and electronics recycling services in Bethesda, MD. Our facility is just north of Bethesda, right off of Route 355 in Rockville and we offer convenient recycling services to both businesses and residents in Bethesda. All of our computer and electronics recycling services in Bethesda abide by a Zero Landfill Policy, meaning every component of your obsolete electronic equipment is recycled. This practice serves to avoid filling our nation's landfills with environmentally harmful waste. We offer both pick-up and drop-off electronics recycling in Bethesda. All computer hard drives are destroyed prior to recycling, ensuring your confidential information is never compromised. Please contact us if you have any questions regarding our Bethesda computer and electronics recycling services.

Bethesda, MD Computer Recycling Service

Our Bethesda computer recycling service is available for both businesses and residents in Bethesda. We provide recycling of both desktop and laptop computers. Before beginning the computer recycling process we always remove and destroy the computer's hard drive to ensure that your confidential information is not compromised. If needed we can scan the computer and hard drive serial numbers and provide an auditable report.

If you have any questions regarding our Bethesda, MD computer recycling service or would like to schedule an appointment please contact us.

Bethesda, MD Electronics Recycling Service

We can recycle almost any electronic equipment from your Bethesda home or office. Some acceptable items include, but are not limited to:

  • Keyboards, mice, computer speakers
  • Telephones
  • Fax machines
  • Copiers
  • Scanners
  • Televisions
  • VCRs
  • DVD players
  • Cell phones and PDAs
  • And much more

If you have any questions regarding our Bethesda, MD electronics recycling service or would like to schedule an appointment please contact us.

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