In certain locations, Quantum picks up medium or large size loads of end-of-life electronics for free! Smaller loads can be picked up for a nominal fee. Certain hazardous or difficult to dispose of items like light bulbs and some types batteries may necessitate charges to the customer. Call Quantum for more information.
What sets Quantum apart from other electronics “recyclers” is our focus on security. Our documented process for tracking chain of custody from pickup through to destruction ensures complete data security for your company. From GPS enabled trucks to CCTV throughout our facilities to audited destruction procedures to NAID membership, we’ve got you covered.
Give us a call or fill out our contact form and we can easily assist you in setting up regular pick up service!
So much of what we consume every year goes to waste. Quantum is looking to change that.
Laptop and desktop computers carry a high risk of data leaks, along with environmental hazards due to embedded batteries. When businesses need computer recycling services, it’s essential that the end-of-life assets are handled securely and in accordance with environmental regulations. We offer reuse and recycling services to help Strathcona County businesses minimize their environmental impact and ensure compliance. At the same time, our certified data destruction services give you peace of mind in knowing any sensitive data is managed with the utmost level of security from the moment it leaves your facility.
Smartphones contain valuable materials including gold, silver, and lithium batteries. Without proper recycling, these resources go to waste. Furthermore, should they wind up in landfills, the lithium batteries in smartphones pose risks of fire and explosion. We work with Strathcona County businesses and municipalities to make smartphone recycling convenient. Quantum is also fully certified, so you can rest assured any personal data is properly destroyed and your smartphones are recycled responsibly.
Strong recent growth has occurred in the manufacturing, construction, professional, and scientific/technical sectors of Strathcona County’s economy. Additionally, Strathcona County contains the largest hydrocarbon refining cluster in Canada. Thanks to that unique, pivotal position, it is well-positioned for sustained growth. Further, businesses continue to be attracted to the area because of the favorable business tax policies that are in place. As these lucrative businesses operate, they generate significant amounts of e-waste in the ordinary course of doing business.
Computers and other electronics are accepted for drop off at the Broadview Enviroservice Station that is located at 101 Broadview Road in Sherwood Park. Residents can drop off computers and other consumer electronics for free* during operating hours on Thursday-Sunday.
An even simpler option is to have Quantum recycle your end-of-life electronics. They will collect loads of 25 or more devices for free* and proceed to wipe any remaining data from them, ensuring complete privacy. Then, the gadgets will be refurbished or recycled.
Quantum takes care of the entire process so that you don’t even have to haul your electronics in or worry about your data falling into the wrong hands. Simply call to schedule a pickup, and Quantum will handle the rest.