Potomac eCycle is a full service, R2:RIOS certified, electronics recycling and data destruction company

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How It Works

The eCycle Process

  • Request a pickup, or drop it off.
  • Certified data destruction is performed
  • The item is weighed and sorted
  • The customer is paid

*See current pricing to determine if your materials qualify for payment.

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Why Choose Potomac eScrap

  • We are precise.

    We strive to recycle and reuse every possible piece of your electronics in a manner that allows for the ultimate efficiency and sustainability. We destruct your data as though it never existed in the first place.

  • We are passionate.

    We are a local, customer-focused business that holds itself accountable to customers, team members, and the environment. We are in business to serve all stakeholders, sustainably.

  • We are innovative.

    We are constantly working to improve our services and the processes we employ to destroy data and recycle electronics. We care deeply about creating efficiency wherever possible and sharing those benefits with our clients.

  • We are dependable.

    We are here to help: when you need, how you need. We listen to our clients to determine the scope of services that most suits your needs and then we fulfill our commitments time and time again.

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Relevant Resources

  • Only 25% of electronics are recycled according to EPA.

    Consumer electronics — including TVs and other video equipment, computers, assorted peripherals, audio equipment, and phones — comprise approximately one to two percent of the municipal solid waste stream, as tracked in the Municipal Solid Waste Characterization Report, but they garner a great deal of interest for several reasons... Read more...
  • Scientific American on the Toxic Impact of Your Ex-Smartphone

    The collective impact of all the iPhones and other devices we buy, use and then discard must be mind-boggling at this point. Has anyone quantified this and what can we do to start reducing waste from such items? Read more...
  • Rare Earth Metals: Will We Have Enough?

    Life in the 21st century wouldn’t be the same without rare earth metals. Cell phones, iPads, laptops, televisions, hybrid cars, wind turbines, solar cells and many more products depend on rare earth metals to function. Will there be enough for us to continue our high-tech lifestyle and transition to a renewable energy economy? Do we need to turn to deep seabed or asteroid mining to meet future demand? Read more...
  • Media destruction is critical to protect your personal data

    The products on these lists meet specific NSA performance requirements for sanitizing, destroying, or disposing of media containing sensitive or classified information. NSA has determined that High Security Disintegrators listed on the Evaluated Products List provide adequate security for the destruction of paper, optical media (CDs and DVDs), and punched tape as annotated on the EPL. Read more...