Greenly a subsidiary of Bridge The Digital Divide a 501(c) non-profit organization founded among other objectives to address the growing problem of e-waste and the increasing ‘digital divide’. We offer simple solutions to help individuals and organizations prevent operational equipment from premature destruction. With a focus on recovery, refurbishment and reuse. After the devices have been repaired and refurbished, we freely distribute the re-purposed technology to low-income youth and their families, veterans in need, the elderly and the homeless in our SoCal communities. We believe that reuse before recycling is critical in managing the waste created by computer hardware, and by offering industry-leading data destruction for all equipment we receive, we have securely repurposed hundreds of tons of equipment. Because not everything we receive can be reasonably repurposed, we have partnered with certified recycling organizations to process equipment that has reached the end of its productive life.
Greenly Electronics Recycling's key mandate is to reduce electronic waste. Most households and businesses have unwanted electronics taking up valuable storage space because they aren’t aware of disposal options or are concerned about data security on their devices. We prevent unwanted computers, laptops and related electronic equipment from being prematurely destroyed or recycled by offering American organizations and individuals secure and accessible disposal options. By focusing on the recovery, refurbishment and reuse of electronics, we are able to maximize their life cycle while providing a necessary service to the public and valuable IT hardware donations to charities and other non-profit organizations. Our secondary course of action, when equipment does not exhibit any reuse potential, is to recycle computer equipment. Greenly Electronics Recycling works with established recyclers to ensure all materials not suitable for donation are appropriately recycled in a responsible, secure and environmentally friendly manner.