Expanding their aggressive nationwide recycling program is part of Cardella’s commitment to recycling and leading a sustainable business. Allowing electronics to sit in landfills can be hazardous. Many electronics contain lead, flame retardants, cadmium, mercury and other substances that are dangerous to the environment. Recycling electronics not only prevents these hazardous materials from infiltrating the environment, but also supplies valuable materials that can be recovered and used to make new products.
Recycling in general also boosts the economy with the creation of a new workforce of green collar jobs. A study by the Northeast Recycling Council (NERC) of the 10 Northeast states from Delaware and north, found 206,000 people employed in the recycling and reuse industries, with $6.8 billion in annual payrolls and $44 billion in annual revenues. Cardella Waste is pleased to be a part of this.
In addition to electronics, battery and bulb recycling, Cardella also provides New York and New Jersey cardboard, metal, sheetrock, glass, battery, concrete and cement recycling.
Cardella Waste offers aggressive recycling techniques that ensure that salvageable materials from their dumpster rentals in NYC and NJ don’t penetrate the environment.
To learn more about their electronics recycling program and how to order a UN-certified electronics container, please visit http://www.cardellawaste.com/
About Cardella Waste:
Cardella Waste provides waste management solutions to customers in New Jersey and New York. Available services include dumpster rentals, commercial waste collection, green consulting, offsite recycling and more. Cardella Waste operates a fully equipped materials recovery and recycling facility that allows them to recover recyclables from the waste stream and deliver the recovered material to a manufacturer for reuse.
Contact Cardella Waste:
2400 Tonnelle Ave.
North Bergen, NJ 07047