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Why Do We Have A Cage In Our Warehouse?

At Urban E Recycling we take your security very serious.  We have invested in •  Security cameras •  A degausser • HDD crusher for onsite hard drive crushing • State of the art hard drive shredder Do you think that is excessive ?  We don't.  When it comes to personal data destruction, we go to extremes for your peace of [...]

2016-11-08T00:52:19+00:00 July 31st, 2012|Categories: Recycling News|Comments Off on Why Do We Have A Cage In Our Warehouse?

Heat Sink Music April 22

Who would have thought a device or for absorbing excessive or heat from inside a computer, could make beautiful and interesting music. Last night, at the Disco Dolls there was a showing of art. We were entertained by incredible art made of electronic scrap. Both musicians gathered computer parts from Urban E Recycling and assembled a [...]

2017-06-28T21:49:51+00:00 June 28th, 2017|Categories: Electronic Recycing|Comments Off on Heat Sink Music April 22

“Do The Unexpected And You’ll Win.”

This morning, a post jumped on my computer with this title and a picture of Einstein. I really wasn't interested in reading the article, but I clicked on it hoping to find out how this popped on my screen. I'm always curious about new internet technology. The title of my article is a quote from mystory.com, a [...]

2017-06-28T21:05:44+00:00 June 28th, 2017|Categories: Electronic Recycing|Comments Off on “Do The Unexpected And You’ll Win.”

Interested in Saving Money? – Useful Wasteful Tips

Someone emailed me about waste of time and money in the office that can easily be avoided. She asked me not to use her name, but she had some real concerns about waste and she had some simple tips I would like to share. Not just for her office, but tips that can be used in offices [...]

2017-06-28T21:00:44+00:00 June 28th, 2017|Categories: Electronic Recycing|Tags: |Comments Off on Interested in Saving Money? – Useful Wasteful Tips

The Cyber Security Diet

Sometimes I feel like I am reading about cyber security facts the way I read about nutritional facts. 'You should do this. You shouldn't do that.' Everyone has their opinion and solutions for all different situations. I remember when we were told to cut all fat out of our diet. Now fat is okay, even helpful [...]

2017-04-04T13:05:00+00:00 April 4th, 2017|Categories: Electronic Recycing|Comments Off on The Cyber Security Diet

WHAT I LEARNED FROM THE BORING WAY

And I thought they only sold copiers. Last Tuesday, Dean Erskine and I, had the privilege of breaking bread, (really pizza) with some Boring employees. I learned about the Boring Way. I read many books and listen to many books on record about company culture, processes, and principles. This company actually practices it. I learned so [...]

2017-03-20T22:32:16+00:00 March 20th, 2017|Categories: Electronic Recycing|Tags: , , |Comments Off on WHAT I LEARNED FROM THE BORING WAY

Name Has Been Changed to Protect the Victim

I'm not going to mention names, but this is absolutely true, told to me by the victim. Let's call our victim James Smith. He came, sit down in my favorite eye doctor chair, tilted his cap back and stroked his uncut hair behind his ears. I was anxiously waiting to hear this story of fraud, since [...]

2017-02-07T21:45:35+00:00 February 7th, 2017|Categories: Electronic Recycing|Comments Off on Name Has Been Changed to Protect the Victim

January is National Clean Out Your Computer Month – 7 Ways to Get Started

By Katie Schreiber January is National Clean out your Computer Month. Who knew there was such a thing right? But when you stop and ponder it for a moment, it makes sense. January is the start of a new year and many people choose “to get organized” as one of their top resolutions every year, so [...]

2017-01-17T23:41:33+00:00 January 16th, 2017|Categories: Electronic Recycing|Comments Off on January is National Clean Out Your Computer Month – 7 Ways to Get Started

Copper – The New Gold – For Now

Dell Rabinowitz, CMO Urban E Recycling November 28, 2016 Copper prices on the rise. Copper prices have been down for a while, so what is the sudden interest in this semi-precious metal? I had to know. My partner, Greg, it the one who keeps his finger on the pulse of elements and prices. That's his job, [...]

2016-11-30T13:45:16+00:00 November 30th, 2016|Categories: Electronic Recycing, Recycling News|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Copper – The New Gold – For Now

7 Must-Haves for The Great American Teach-In

Great American Teach-in is a day local businesses introduce children to the variety of job opportunities. Sometimes exposing a young child to a different and varied career options can spark an idea or invention that changes lives. Everyone can’t be a doctor, lawyer, nurse, teacher or police officer. Here are a few things you must have when presenting at the Great [...]

2016-11-22T21:57:45+00:00 November 22nd, 2016|Categories: Electronic Recycing|Tags: , , , , , , |Comments Off on 7 Must-Haves for The Great American Teach-In

What Does It Cost To Shred Hard Drives

Hard Drive shredding is getting very popular now since it's come out that wiping and erasing hard drive still leaves recoverable data. Many document shredding companies are getting into the business. All companies work a little different. One company, I interviewed, will come to your place of business and inventory your hard drives and take [...]

2016-11-22T22:12:16+00:00 November 10th, 2016|Categories: Electronic Recycing|Tags: , , , , , |Comments Off on What Does It Cost To Shred Hard Drives