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Gift My PC

The manager of GiftmyPC.org is a certified DVBE, that is, a service connected disable veteran owned. Not only do the local schools in the Los Angeles California area receive support, but the www.WoundedWarriorProject.org are one of our most important projects. Gift My PC works closely with eWaste Disposal Inc., who will pick-up and recycle

your company’s obsolete and/or non-working electronic products, such as computers, monitors, fax machines, copiers, telephones, cables, servers, hard drives and more. If piles of computer “stuff” are taking up valuable space in your organization, we can help.

"As we become more dependent on electronic products to make life more convenient, the stockpile of used, obsolete products grows." ~ EPA

Accepting the following Products:
Apple, Microsoft, Lenovo, Motorola, Dell, Samsung, Sony, Gateway, Packard Bell, IBM, Intel, Advanced Micro, Intuit, Acer, Micro Center, Oracle, Olidata, Vizio.

Request pick up click here.

Free drop-offs for individuals and companies location inquiry click here.

This type of e-waste collection is for business, university, military and school districts. eWaste Disposal Inc. places a vehicle on-site for one or more hours. A minimum number of monitors (typically 20) are required for free pick-up. To maximize e-waste collection, we encourage businesses to also invite employees to bring e-waste from home.

eWaste Disposal Inc., a certified disabled veteran owned enterprise DVBE (ID #1370960), believes in supporting the community and will donate, in the name of the organizer, 10% of net recycling profits to one of three organizations: 1) American Cancer Society, 2) Boys and Girls Clubs or 3) Salvation Army. We gladly accept anything from one CPU to 100 monitors. and we provide letters of authenticity per donation.

Gift My PC understands corporate America.

Businesses in any industry are welcome to donate unwanted computer equipment for a wide range of tax exemptions. Servers, routers, printers, cables, mice as well as CPU’s and monitors are welcome. An IRS tax receipt can be a strong tax planning option for disposal of unwanted or retired computer assets.

We have relationships with many corporations such as Sharp Electronics, Lexus USA, Konica USA, Ticketmaster and the US Postal Service and we are ready to add you to that list helping you donate in a proper and legal manner.

Some rules do apply, so read the guildlines regarding how to donate, what to expect from the IRS and other tips.

Check out our hazards waste page if you are concerned about viable donations and the differences between hazardous waste and electronic waste. eWaste Disposal Inc. will accept all recyclables but sometimes special care is needed to identify a problematic product.