Worldwide Supply’s Green/Recycling Program
With our traditional business and decades of experience buying, selling and refurbishing of networking and telecommunications equipment, environmental responsibility is a core principal and focus for Worldwide Supply. Our commitment to the environment necessitates us to continue to be a leader in the industry to ensure we design and implement fully compliant green practices with an added benefit of being financially beneficial, as well as environmentally friendly.
Our client’s tell us they want a secure solution to help assist their internal IT Asset Management (ITAM) programs. Worldwide Supply offers comprehensive and integrated solutions to help extend the useful life of networking equipment, while giving companies a way to maximize the value of their surplus routing, switching, telecommunications and wireless assets. Partnering with Worldwide Supply to purchase, consign or simply dispose of your surplus assets is a mutually beneficial way to stay green and maximize your financial return.
Top Five Ways to Stay Green
Allowing Worldwide Supply to be your trusted partner ensures not only remaining regulatory compliant, but also cost-effective and environmentally responsible:
- Consider leasing options from Worldwide Supply to both minimize initial investment and ensure a full proof life-cycle management plan
- Consider the purchase of refurbished networking and wireless equipment as a cost-effective and environmentally friendly option
- Explore options to extend the life of your existing equipment by utilizing Worldwide Supply’s NetGuard maintenance programs which help avoid costly OEM upgrades
- Allow Worldwide Supply to design a custom IT asset management plan that includes end-of-life planning for the resale and recycling equipment
- Select a partner committed to the environment with a proven track record of success
Electronic Waste Facts – Help Make a Difference
- 80 to 85% of electronic products were discarded in landfills or incinerators, which can release certain toxics into the air
- E-waste represents 2% of America’s trash in landfills, but it equals 70% of overall toxic waste. The extreme amount of lead in electronics alone causes damage in the central and peripheral nervous systems, the blood and the kidneys
- 20 to 50 million metric tons of e-waste are disposed worldwide every year
- Only 12.5% of e-waste is currently recycled