Download Our Free AIT Electronics Recycling App!

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We have released our first app on Google Play and it is available for android devices. It will be available for Apple devices in the coming weeks. With our app, you can easily schedule a pickup for your business by sending us a pickup request along with the information associated with it, including equipment types […]

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Congratulations to the City of Lakewood! Keep Up the Good Work!

The reports for 2014 are in and the city of Lakewood recycled 51% of all of its waste, a significant increase since 2009 when they were at 42%. Not only are they recycling more, but they are saving money while doing it since they are paying less for trash fees. They have incorporated a curbside […]

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Jack Knapp, Director of Client Relations, Is A Nominee For The Green Leader Award

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Our very own Jack Knapp is a finalist for the Green Leader Award from MORPC (Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission). This award honors individuals working to create a more environmentally sustainable region. It also recognizes an individual exemplifying both outstanding leadership and innovation in seeking comprehensive sustainability solutions to address key challenges facing the region. Jack […]

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India Considers Deposit System for E-scrap

India is proposing that electronics retailers take back the goods at the end of their useful life. This would be an interesting turn of events, as many people do not know what to do with their end of life electronics. Most people just throw it in the trash. In some countries, they are actually fining […]

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The Number of Tablets Being Recycled Is At An All Time High

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Many recycling companies are reporting a drop in PC recycling and an increase in tablet recycling. Smartphones and tablets are continuing to lure people away from buying computers and to invest in a more portable device. These devices are now old enough where newer, faster versions are hitting the market and the first generation is […]

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RecycleMania Tournament a Success

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RecycleMania is a recycling tournament started in 2001 as a competition between Ohio University and Miami University. It spans about two months, February and March, and since its creation, many schools across the US and Canada have joined in. This year, more than 40,000 tons of materials were diverted during the competition which now includes […]

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The e-scrap year in review 2014

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Dec. 31, 2014 With the new year upon us, E-Scrap Newsrecaps a busy 2014 news cycle that saw CRT glass management issues take center stage alongside legislative battles and some surprising industry twists and turns. In January, talk of a national billlimiting e-scrap exports was quelled after remarks made by Rep. John Shimkus. In a […]

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Report Analyzes Economic Impact of E-Scrap Export Ban

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Recycling Today Staff JUNE 4, 2013 A report conducted by John Dunham and Associates, Brooklyn, N.Y., and released by the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI), Washington, D.C., highlights the relationship between economic growth and electronic scrap export activity. According to the report, a ban on the export of electronic scrap would result in less […]

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E-Waste Event Season is Approaching

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April is just around the corner and with it comes the beginning of Accurate IT Services’ Community Recycling Events. With over a dozen e-waste events scheduled for 2013 already, Accurate IT will surely be in your area to responsibly recycle your old electronics. For all of our community e-waste recycling events, we accept all electronics, […]

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Study Finds Limiting E-Waste Exports Could Create U.S. Jobs

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Recycling Today Staff FEBRUARY 13, 2013 “Restrictions on electronic scrap exports could create up to 42,000 direct and indirect new jobs with a total payroll of more than $1 billion, according to a study commissioned by the Coalition For American Electronics Recycling (CAER). “The study further documents how growing an industry with the capacity to […]

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The Complex Business of Recycling E-Waste

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By Verne Kopytoff on January 08, 2013 http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-01-08/the-complex-business-of-recycling-e-waste IBM’s massive recycling facilities are more like rehabilitation centers. Most of the computers, printers, and servers—castoffs from IBM’s offices, along with equipment previously leased to corporate customers—are refurbished and resold. Some are salvaged for parts. But inevitably some electronics are too old to resuscitate. Therein lies one […]

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Out With The Old and In With The New

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The holiday season is upon us and many anxious shoppers are rushing out to find great deals on the newest computers, laptops, or LCD displays. Meanwhile, whether they’re purchasing these products for themselves or as gifts, their immediate response will not be “How do I recycle my old one?” However, after a couple weeks or […]

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Accurate IT Recycles for Ohio Schools

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As winter vacation approaches, many schools are looking to do some essential retirement of IT assets without the obstruction of daily school activities. Winter break provides schools with ample time to gather, organize, and recycle their out-of-date IT scrap. Accurate IT Services, Ohio’s premier electronics recycler, doesn’t take breaks for winter. We are here to […]

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The Lesser-Known Facts About E-Waste Recycling

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Greg Voakes – Business Insider “The Internet revolution might have revolutionized how we live and communicate, but it’s also had a rather more insidious effect on our environment. Strange as it might sound, our rush to buy new laptops and phones – while chucking our old ones into the trash – has led to a […]

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E-Scrap Recycling Awareness on the Rise

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-By Editorial Staff, Resource Recycling Nine out of 10 consumers believe it’s important to recycle their old electronic devices and 63 percent know how to do it, according to a new study from the Consumer Electronics Association. The CEA’s CE Recycling and Reuse 2012 Edition study found that awareness of the importance of electronics recycling […]

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Accurate IT Services Featured on Local News

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On Monday, September 3rd, Columbus’ local ABC/FOX affiliate covered the increase in laptop theft around The Ohio State University’s campus area. Data security has become a major issue for these burglary victims. Providing an expert opinion on how to secure your electronics from theft was Peter DiGravio of Accurate IT Services. DiGravio offered advice on […]

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