Service was on time. Got Junk took everything we had out to take. We would definitely use them again in the future.
1-800-GOT-JUNK? provides fast, environmentally-responsible removal and recycling of electronics in Alexandria, VA. We offer a simple solution to the growing problem of what to do with your unwanted gadgets, gaming gear and equipment that's become obsolete, damaged or has simply stopped working.
As the world's largest junk removal service, we handle all types of non-hazardous junk - construction waste, old furniture, clothing and general trash, we do it all! Our professional, uniformed junk removal teams are always happy to help provide relief to the biggest junk challenges - show us what we're up against, and we'll amaze you with our speed and award-winning customer service!
At 1-800-GOT-JUNK? we're passionate about protecting the environment - that's why we're dedicated to keeping potentially harmful e-waste out of our landfills by ensuring electronic items like televisions, computers, mobile phones and entertainment systems are recycled in Alexandria, VA.
Why It's Important To Recycle Electronics in Alexandria, VA
Here in Alexandria, we take sustainability seriously - that's why in 2007 our Alexandria City Council partnered with Virginia Tech's Urban Affairs and Planning department to develop Eco-City Alexandria; a comprehensive, long-term plan geared towards making our city environmentally sustainable through strategic environmental planning and practical, hands-on conservation efforts.
By diverting e-waste from our local landfills by having your electronics recycled, you're helping to protect the environment, conserve natural resources and cut greenhouse gas emissions. E-waste in the fastest growing waste stream in the U.S. - recycling electronics in Alexandria, VA is one of the ways 1-800-GOT-JUNK? is working to reduce the amount of junk that winds up in our landfills.
Did you know that many of your unwanted electronic items contain valuable, recoverable natural materials that can be reclaimed and reused? Copper, gold, silver, aluminum and ferrous metals can all be stripped out of e-waste and recycling, helping to reduce the demand for raw, virgin materials, and in turn, reducing the natural resources and energy needed to make shiny new electronics!
E-waste can also contain toxic materials that can leach into the soil and water, such as mercury, cadmium, chromium, lead and beryllium. Some consumer electronics are manufactured with chemical flame retardants, while others are built with non-biodegradable plastics that have the potential to contaminate groundwater sources.
By recycling your electronics in Alexandria, VA, you're doing your part towards creating a healthy, sustainable city - way to go!
1-800-GOT-JUNK? will remove and recycle any electronics item that our team of two strong, friendly and experienced crew members can lift.
That's right, anything - including that monster 60" projection television you have stashed in the basement, those old-school computer monitors in your garage, and even your grandmother's very first microwave oven. Good, usable electronic items are donated to local charitable organizations, while everything else is sent to be recycled and re-purposed.
Here's a list of some of the items we accept for Alexandria electronics recycling and Alexandria electronics disposal:
Computers, computer monitors, printers, scanners and cables
Stereos, tuners, radios, receivers, turntables, CD players and amplifiers
Speakers and headphones
Video cameras, point-and-shoot cameras and digital SLR cameras
Handheld electronic devices, including cell phones
Corded and cordless telephones
DVD players and VCRs
Tablet computers and MP3 players
Digital keyboards and recording equipment
Calculators and electronic cash registers
So if you're ready to recycle your electronics in Alexandria, VA, we're happy to help! When you call us here at 1-800-GOT-JUNK? to dispose of your electronics, you know that your e-waste items will be recycled in an environmentally-responsible manner, and you can look forward to saying, "Goodbye Junk. Hello Relief"!