ITRenew began as an electronic recycling company in 2000. From day 1, environmental responsibility was first and foremost. Today, we hold ISO 14001:2004 and R2 environmental certifications.

Our IT asset recycling program provides comprehensive asset recovery services. All electronic goods designated for end-of-life are de-manufactured down to their smallest possible components and returned to the manufacturing stream.


Responsible Recycling

Electronic waste is the leading source of pollution throughout the world. ITRenew is focused on responsible recycling and was one of the first companies to be certified to both ISO 14001 and R2 standards. Annual third party audits ensure that environmentally friendly processes meet industry compliance  for all our enterprise ITAD and data security procedures.

Recognizing that reuse is the most environmentally friendly form of recycling, we also offer a variety of services designed to extend the life and usefulness of electronic equipment.


Audit Proof / Transparent

All of our recycling operations are visible and easily audited. As the only single source global ITAD vendor, we keep our customers informed of all procedures. They are encouraged to audit any process, any time, even with surprise audits. Great pride is taken in everything we do. Allowing customer access to our operations and encouraging them to challenge us in the process helps to build mutual trust and strong relationships.


Zero-Landfill Policy

ITRenew has a zero-landfill policy. This means ALL items received and processed are resold, redeployed (either to the customer or internally), donated, or responsibly recycled through proper downstream channels.  We will NEVER send any electronic equipment to the landfill.


Commodity Recovery

All enterprise and stand alone IT assets will eventually reach a point when they no longer hold any remarketing value. At that time, those assets need to be safely dismantled for extraction of raw materials which are then returned to the manufacturing stream. A significant percentage of world commodities, including precious metals, are recovered from electronic waste.