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E-cycling & IT Asset Value Recovery

We responsibly recycle your IT equipment and purchase retired or excess servers, networking and storage equipment for excellent IT asset value recovery.

Our recycling processes meet or exceed the world’s most stringent environmental regulations, and we stay current on all the changes in these evolving policies to ensure that e-waste recycling is ha ndled professionally. Our commitment to the environment and rigorous approach protect Sphaera’s clients from regulatory, legal or public exposure.

Did you know that your tech assets (equipment, IT infrastructure, and critical infrastructure) that is removed from your facility likely still has residual value that can be recovered on secondary markets?

We also provide very attractive asset value recovery services by offering to purchase retired or off-lease hardware you are replacing at fair market value. This option can really help as offset new hardware costs and make your CapEx project budget much more tolerable to your CTO/CFO. 

Why Sphaera?

Our recycling processes meet or exceed the world's most stringent environmental regulations, and we stay current on all the changes in these evolving policies to ensure that e-waste recycling is handled professionally. Our commitment to the environment and rigorous approach protect Sphaera’s clients from regulatory, legal or public exposure.

Your intellectual property is too critical to rely on just any IT Asset Disposal company. Sphaera's IT Asset Recovery & Responsible e-cycling services ensures maximum buyback potential for your IT assets and certified sanitization, destruction (or both) of all tech assets in strict accordance with the NIST 800-88R1 standards. We issue audit-proof certificates by description, function and serial number for all compliance needs.

If your project involves equipment fully deprecated or owned and some that is off-lease but the residual buyout is greater than the fair market value and you need to return it to the leasing company. This procedure is littered with fine print to ensure that the equipment you return gets flagged for deficiencies you get billed for regardless of the cost and expense you took to ensure proper packaging and shipping. We know this game well and know how to avoid as much of the “after charging” as possible.

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