About Electronic Recycling (E-Waste Recycling) Services

Electronic waste, commonly known as e-scrap or e-waste, is the waste
generated from surplus, broken, and obsolete electronic devices that have no further ability to be reused or repurposed. Electronics contains various toxic and hazardous chemicals and materials that are released into the environment if they are not disposed of properly. Electronic recycling is the process of recovering commodities and materials from old electronic devices for re-use in new products.

HME the highest capacity e-waste processor in the industry. With over a
million square feet of indoor-secured facility space and football field
proprietary length shredders along with first-of-its-kind electronic waste handling robotics, HME is unmatched in its ability to responsibly recycle electronics waste (e-waste).

HMEproprietary state-of-the-art e-scrap shredding, CRT glass cleaning systems, flat panel video display device (LCD, LED, Plasma) processing, and PV/Solar Panel Recycling technologies allow HME to transform each device into a commodity that is further recycled and reintroduced into new products.

All materials are processed in HME’ s e-scrap shredding system – the largest and most technically advanced electronic shredding system in the world.