UPS System & Battery Replacement and Recycling
The fastest growing waste streams in the industrialized world are discarded electronics equipment due to the growing use of these products. In the UPS industry, companies do their part to help reduce the carbon footprint and support a cleaner, more sustainable environment by recycling, reducing and reusing old UPS systems and spent batteries.
Depending on the age, size, brand and condition, used UPS systems can be refurbished and/or recycled. By government and industry regulations, spent and expired batteries are disposed and recycled Per EPA regulations.
Battery Council International (BCI) – “Lead Battery Recycling Process”
Why is it important to your business?
- Reclaiming and reusing valuable components from the UPS system.
- Protects the environment from dangers of toxic contaminations.
- Conserving natural resources such as metals and minerals.
- Reduce risk of UPS system failure and unplanned downtime.
- Fewer emergency repairs.
- Minimize downtime and maximize value.
Nationwide Power recycles as many components of old UPS parts as are economically feasible without causing further environmental damage. This equipment is broken down by material type and recycled in bulk.
All UPS batteries are recycled according to EPA (Environment Protection Agency) and industry regulations. The spent and expired batteries are recycled in bulk and then used as a raw material input for other products.
Nationwide Power helps customers find new equipment that uses energy saving technologies and improve efficiencies. We also provide UPS battery and equipment recycling services to customers at no additional cost.
In addition, we are actively reducing the usage of paper, postage and other materials by electronically corresponding with customers and vendors which reduces our carbon footprint.
How Nationwide Power can help you support a cleaner, more sustainable environment?
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