These are some of the electronics and materials we responsibly recycle in accordance with all Local, State and Federal laws. Some items may require an additional customer charge.

If you have any questions, please call us at 781-924-3071, email or visit our contact page.

Effective February 1, 2019
PC Survivors will be charging our clients to Responsibly Recycle the following Plastics E-Waste @ ($0.15 lb.): Printers, Fax Machines, Copiers, Plotters, Scanners and Plastic generated from Recycling of Tape Libraries.

We Accept The Following Items…

Network Equipment
Memory Chips
LCD Monitors
New (Obsolete) and Used Toner
Mobile Devices
Power Supplies
POS Equipment

Laboratory Equipment
Hard Drives
Circuit Cards
DLT Tapes

CD/DVD/VHS Players
Power Cords
GPS Devices
Servers/Server Racks/Rails/Cabinets
Solid State Drives
Computer Mice

Dental Equipment
Precious Metals
Audio/Video Equipment
Medical Equipment
Hospital Equipment
Telephones & Telephone Systems
Docking Stations
And Much More…

Items with a charge to client…

LCD TVs/Plasma/Projection TVs (*Charge to Client*)
$0.50 per pound

CRT Cathode-ray Tube Televisions (*Charge to Client*)
$0.50 per pound

Plastic Generated by Recycling Tape Libraries
$0.15 per pound

CRT Cathode-ray Tube Monitors (*Charge to Client*)
$0.50 per pound

$0.15 per pound

Bar Code Scanners/Faxes/Copiers
$0.15 per pound

We do NOT recycle Fluorescent Light Bulbs.

We do NOT recycle Ballasts containing +PCBs.

PCS Electronic Recycling
Hard Drive Destruction
PCS of Mass Fork Lift
At PC Survivors, everything is recycled. We carefully disassemble and separate materials for effective e-waste recycling. Hazardous materials are separated and processed by partnering licensed facilities which are specialized in handling them. 

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