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Manufacturers, businesses and government agencies trust Metech Recycling because we

  • have been in business for over 40 years
  • are Certified to the highest standards
  • assist clients in achieving sustainable results

Talk to us about helping improve your sustainability plan.

Environmental Results

Responsibly recycling electronics is not all we do to meet environmental goals. Like other sustainable businesses, Metech Recycling reduces water and power use at all our facilities. We track and report all material shipments and rigorously audit downstream partners to ensure components are returned to the manufacturing stream. Over 95% of all material received by Metech Recycling is responsibly diverted from landfills.

Social Results

Not only does Metech Recycling create jobs by employing people to manually disassemble electronics but we also invest in measures that protect employees from hazardous substances and health risks. As Certified e-Stewards® recyclers, we affirm that Metech Recycling and our downstream partners never transport toxic waste to other countries.

Economic Results

Long-term responsibility for hazardous elements within certain electronics can erode an organization's profitability. Our clients minimize their cradle-to-grave risk by relying on Metech Recycling to responsibly recycle and report specific disposition of items received. Costs associated with corporate liability for identity or data theft are reduced because Metech Recycling shreds data devices and provides thorough documentation.


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Recycle in Your Community

Metech Recycling partners with local community groups across the country to host electronics recycling collection events. Check our calendar of recycling events to find a location near you.

Metech News

Mary Jo LockbaumGovernor Appoints Lockbaum to Pollution Prevention Advisor Board

Gov. John Hickenlooper appointed Mary Jo Lockbaum, Metech Recycling's Sr. VP of Compliance, Quality and Sustainability and General Manager of their Denver facility to the Pollution Prevention Advisory Board (PPAB). Lockbaum is ISO 14000 lead auditor trained, attained Senior Level Certified Hazardous Material Manager and is certified as LEED Accredited Professional. The Board provides policy advice to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) on pollution prevention activities. Read more about the PPAB.

Moab and Canyonlands Recycling Site Educates Community

Moab webpage explains the importance of electronics recycling, Metech Recycling's State of Utah recycling contract, and Metech's e-Stewards certification.

Allison WeaverMetech Recycling's Ally Weaver Leads ERRC

CAFR's Electronics Recycling and Reuse Committee provides education about new Colorado Electronic Recycling Jobs Act. Read More