New Age Electronics Recycling

Electronics Waste Recycling in Crystal Lake, IL

Crystal Lake, IL

About New Age Electronics Recycling

New Age Electronics Recycling is an electronics waste recycling company that services only business or commercial clients and we will pick up your old unwanted electronic waste items for free. Please call us directly.

Items will be picked up free of charge to you. Some items have fees, please see our website for further details. We have no drop off locations at this time.

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We specialize in E-Waste recycling. We will safely and responsibly recycle all your electronic waste so you don't have to worry about it.

We operate on a zero waste policy and work to uphold a very secure transaction for all pick ups.


All types. If it has a plug or a battery, I would like to recycle it. The more we keep from landfills the better.

Remodeling cost guides

Junk Removal Service Cost
Typical average cost to hire a junk removal service in Crystal Lake is about $200-$260 (junk removal service, medium load, plus a freon fee for 1 appliance)

Crystal Lake, IL 60014
Contact Ted Lesniewski
Payment options
Ted Lesniewski accepts cash, Paypal and credit cards

As of now, our company is a small start up business. Once a facility is opened up for us, we will be getting R2 and E-stewards.

Cities served
Aurora, Rockford, Naperville, Schaumburg, Elgin, Kenosha, Waukegan, Arlington Heights, Racine, Bartlett and other cities within 70 miles of Crystal Lake.

I have not one particular to speak of. It makes me proud to hear a company on the other end of the phone that would like to recycle their computers. I have had many pick ups from companies but would like to see more efforts made. On a State level, companies are not as restricted as residential. I would like to see more accountability.

A little more on how recycling products saves the planet. When things just get thrown away, they are taking up useful space in the landfills and we are running out of space to disguard items everyday.

  • Do they charge a pick up fee?
  • What other services are available?
  • What happens to the material after it is dismantled?
  • What are the data destruction policies?

One of the biggest things that people don't know is that I am very "GREEN" to the fact that I would stop using a garbage can. All material that you bring into your life is recyclable in some sort of way.

As many as the phone can ring in. Our projects will only take a hour to maybe the day, the clean up process is quick, but then you have all the dismantle work and further processing agents that take time. We like many projects at once and work to make more year after year.

Continued support for all electronic recycling needs. If there are questions, or new pick ups, we will be right there to assist in all needs related. We will assist new and current clients in getting the most out of their Electronic waste.

All I would look for is if the company is a real company. A lot of people that do this never register with the state or any other place as an E-Waste company.

What do we do with products that we pick up? We dismantle them down to raw material and get those items to the proper areas to be remanufactured into new products that use recycled material.

You pick-ups are free, how do you stay in business? Large quantity of electronics for recycling is a commodity, and sellable. One or two computers does not yield anything of a payment.

Small residential pick ups are the most common because residents don't always have the time to take their waste to a drop off center.

I would recommend to them to look into ways of recycling. There are a lot of ways to save money with recycling, one just has to rethink what they are throwing away.

Recycling has always been a strong point in my life, I have been doing it as a hobby for a long time, recycling little items from my past jobs that would have been just thrown out.

Once I saw that the landfill ban laws changed, I figured it was time to start working to help eliminate the hardships of disposing the electronics.


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