eRecyc is in the business of IT Asset and Electronics Value Recovery through Refurbishment, Recycling, Data Security, Reporting, Logistics Management and Re-marketing. All materials received are manually separated, sorted, graded, packaged and shipped all from within USA. Our facility is operated under a Management System that provides a mechanism for developing, documenting, implementing, reviewing operations and assures that all Focus Materials are processed that meet R2:2013, ISO 14001:2015 and ISO 45001:2018 standards. We have adopted the philosophy, mandates and requirements of:

  • ISO 14001:2015
  • ISO 45001:2018
  • R2:2013 Responsible Recycling

This policy has been established to be appropriate to the purpose, size, context nature, scale, environmental impacts, EHSMS risks & opportunities of the organization’s activities and services in accordance with the scope of the EHSMS. We are committed to:

  • Comply with and fulfill all applicable legal and data security requirements
  • Continually improve upon the effectiveness of the EHSM System to enhance Environmental Health and Safety
  • Environment Protection: Increase reuse of electronic assets, prevention of pollution & increase recycling of EOL materials
  • Providing safe and healthy working conditions for the prevention of work-related injury and ill health
  • Providing framework, developing and maintaining a Procedure for Establishing and achieving Objectives & Targets for Environment and OH&S
  • Follow Re-use, recover and dispose hierarchy throughout the recycling chain
  • Eliminate hazards and reduce OH&S risks
  • Consultation and participation of workers, and where they exist, workers’ representatives

The EHSMS policy is communicated within the organization through training and postings. It is available to the interested parties as defined Communication Procedure.

Assignment of Responsibility and Authority:

It is our policy that whenever a Procedure or Work Instruction assigns responsibility and authority for the performance of a task, the responsible party may delegate performance of the task to anyone they choose, providing they ensure that the:

  • Assignment is clear to and understood by the appointee
  • Appointee is competent to perform the task
  • Results of the work performed meet the requirements