Recycle Old Technology In Your School

We live in a world where technology changes daily, if not hourly. In order to prepare our future generations, schools need to adapt as well. School districts should prioritize upgrading to the latest technology in their schools, and have a plan for recycling or remarketing their old equipment to recoup costs.

What Are the Benefits of Using Updated Technology In Your School?

Students can benefit from using the latest technology in the following ways:

  1. Research and learn about any topic they are interested in
  2. Communicate with other students and teachers around the world.
  3. Learn new skills, and improve academic performance
  4. Remote learning during snow days or sick days

How Often Should Schools Replace Their Computers?

Computers should be replaced every 3-5 years to ensure that the students are using the most up-to-date technology in your school. By replacing the computers on a regular basis, schools can provide the students with the best tools for learning, and help reduce any issues that could delay a student’s progress.

How Can Old Technology Be Removed From My School?

Rocycle can remove all the old technology in your school and help you recoup some of your costs.

How Can My School District Recoup Technology Costs?

In order to recoup some of the costs of your school’s tech equipment, you need an electronics recycling service like Rocycle.

We can recycle any type of tech equipment such as:

Will Rocycle Buy My School’s Old Equipment?

Yes, if Rocycle determines that your school’s old equipment still has value, Rocycle will make you an offer and remarket it. When a unit is deemed obsolete or not able to be remarketed for any number of reasons, our trained technicians will disassemble and demanufacture the unit and ensure it is properly recycled.

What Parts of a PC Can Be Recycled?

Desktop computers or PCs are one of the most thoroughly recyclable IT assets.

A typical desktop will contain many recyclable items or materials such as:

  • Steel case
  • Aluminum heat sink
  • Battery
  • Hard drive
  • Memory
  • Motherboard
  • Wires
  • Plastic

Is the Data Securely Destroyed?

Hard drive wipes can be performed at your location, or in our facility. Hard drive wipes either use a DoD compliant program or are crushed so the information contained therein can never be accessed again.

The various components are sorted and sent to our downstream partners for further processing then returned to their raw material state of copper, aluminum, steel, etc. which is then reused.

Recycle Your School’s Old Tech Equipment With Rocycle

Technology is an important part of education, and schools should replace their computers often to keep up with the latest advancements.  With e-waste growing at an alarming rate, ensuring that technology in your school doesn’t end up in a landfill is a responsible decision.

Contact Rocycle today and recycle your old electronic equipment with outstanding professional service.  We’ll schedule a free pickup for your school or your entire school district.