We’re a full life-cycle Solutions Company
Reuse. Recover. Recycle.
A Certified Computer Electronics Recycling And Data Destruction Company
Step 1 - Collect the items you want to recycle.
Stereo and Video Equipment
Home or car audio
Cabling / Electronic wiring
Hard Drives (Will receive Data Destruction)
All other storage media
Network equipment (home, commercial, enterprise)
Keyboard & mice
Step 2 - Contact Techno Rescue.
Contact us by phone or email with any questions. Get a quote for any of our services.
Submit for a quote today!
"We'll help answer all your questions and show you the best way to
Reuse, Recover and Recycle."
Step 3 - Recycle your items.
Thank you for recycling your electronics.
By recycling your electronics you have made a positive impact on the environment and in your community. Tell a friend and get others to recycle. It's easy! Together we can make a difference. Reuse. Recover. Recycle.
Schedule a pickup or simply drop off your equipment at our facility.
Did You Know...
Older TV'S and computers typically contain about 4-7lbs of lead which is toxic and can cause cancer and reproductive disorders.
According to EPA, an ecosystem exposed to lead in landfills can experience biodiversity loss, change in community composition, decreased growth and reproduction of plants and animals, and neurological effects invertebrates.
E waste contains toxic substances: mercury, lead, cadmium, and arsenic, which can cause cancer and reproductive disorders.
Techno+Rescue779 Peoria St. Unit 15AAurora, CO 80011 303-482-2207 Office303-496-8439 Fax
Easy as 1,2,3.
As of July 1, 2013, in accordance with Colorado’s Electronic Recycling Jobs Act (SB 12-133, 4/20/12) which bans the disposal of electronic waste in Colorado landfills, the City can no longer accept electronic devices in the trash.
For the official bill, answers to FAQs and additional information, please visit www.colorado.gov/cdphe/ewaste
It's the law.
We are certified by e-Stewards, R2 and ISO 14001 certifications for Electronics Recycling and Data Destruction
Properly and responsibly recycling electronic equipment is very important. Electronics contain a variety of harmful and in some cases even toxic substances, that when discarded, can pose risks to our health and the environment. CRT (cathode ray tube) televisions and monitors on average contain 4 to 8 pounds of lead each. Flat panel televisions, laptops, and monitors have mercury containing lamps inside, and electronics circuitry, and some cords and cables contain significant amounts of lead and cadmium. Recycling these materials also reduces our need to mine or extract more of the natural resources used to make electronics.