ZLOOP Computer and Electronics Recycling Centers mission is to alert consumers nationwide that eWaste is serious waste, and we make it easy to recycle. Recycle your computer, printer, electronic device, phone system, and your cell phone at one of ZLOOP Computer and Electronics Recycling Centers nationwide Authorized Drop Off locations today.
Our goal is to raise awareness that eWaste must be disposed of properly. In most states, it is now illegal to dispose of eWaste improperly. We’re participating in NASCAR to help spread awareness. NASCAR is the largest spectator sport in the country with more than 75 million fans! Look for our name racing around the track inside and out. Not only will ZLOOP Computer and Electronics Recycling Centers be competing on the track, but our eWaste tractor trailer will be outside the track for you to drop off your eWaste recycling. Oh, and giving you prizes and track tickets for doing so!
Security and Protection
ZLOOP Computer and Electronics Recycling Centers understands that most electronics like computers and cell phones store personal data. That’s why ZLOOP Computer and Electronics Recycling Centers permanently wipes out all hard drives. Some recycle centers may not have the equipment to do so properly, and in some cases that can compromise your personal information and identity.
By 2025, eWaste recycling is expected to rise to 54 percent. That’s a 36 percent increase in a very short 15 years.
Better, but not enough.
That’s why we’ve created Zloop franchising opportunities across the US: to capitalize on the growing electronics recycling industry, but also to educate the public as the go-to resource for corporations.
With 65 percent of Americans now banned from disposing of eWaste in landfills, the rise in eWaste recycling is palpable.
ZLOOP Computer and Electronics Recycling Centers was founded with the belief that we can educate consumers, and with this education comes change. We offer eWaste recycling services based on our core values of education and simplicity.
But, the reason eWaste recycling currently stands at 18 percent? It’s the lack of education among the American public. They don’t know where to go to recycle their eWaste with a guarantee of data security and the affirmation that no hazardous materials will be exported to developing countries.Now, they do.
We’re making it easy (and secure) to recycle. That’s how we’ll raise the standards of eWaste recycling. We’re informing the public with educational campaigns and quickly become the number one household name in eWaste recycling.
We’ve seen the increase in eWaste in just the past few years, but the studies show that eWaste recycling is just beginning.
We’re getting in on the ground floor, and we invite you to join us.