Call Southeastern Data at 1-800-810-0432 for your electornic recycling needs.

New Recycling Contract with Southeastern Data Helps Hillsborough County Continue to Provide its Residents with a Safe, Sustainable, Free Way to Recycle Computers and Electronics

Southeastern Data Opens Its New Location Palm Beach County Begins its Partnership and Extends its E-Recycling Services to both Residents and Businesses in Hillsborough County and throughout Tampa, Florida.

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Florida (September 2016) – Southeastern Data has been awarded a contract with Hillsborough County to become its sole residential computer and electronics e-recycling provider. The Hillsborough County board approved the agreement in the beginning of August.

The County has long made it a mission to keep its residents safe by offering year-round electronics recycling and household hazardous waste disposal. However, recent shifts in the industry forced many recycling and computer companies to close locations or no longer offer services. This shift required the County to search for a partner to continue its computer and electronics recycling program.

An average of 1,500 computers, laptops, TVs, and other electronics are collected from approximately 1,250 residents monthly. Of those electronics, more than 25,000 pounds per month are processed and prepared for recycling.

Southeastern Data Begins its Partnership in Hillsborough County as the Sole E-recycler for Residents and Extends Service to Business

New Contract Helps Hillsborough County Continue to Provide its Residents with Safe, Sustainable and a Free Way to Recycle Computers and Electronics

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Florida (September 2016) – Southeastern Data has been awarded a contract with Hillsborough County to become its sole residential computer and electronics recycler. The Hillsborough County board approved the agreement in the beginning of August.

The County has long made it a mission to keep its residents safe by offering year-round electronics recycling and household hazardous waste disposal. However, recent shifts in the industry forced many recycling and computer companies to close locations or no longer offer services. This shift required the County to search for a partner to continue its computer and electronics recycling program. e recycling in tampa and hillsbrough county computer and electronics recycling with southeastern data call 1 800 810 0432 1

Computer, E-waste and Electronic Recycling Company Chooses Orlando for its Headquarters

Southeastern Data Opens New Electronic E-Recycling Center

ORLANDO, Florida (May 2016) – Leading Computer Recycling and IT Asset Management company, Southeastern Data (SED), announced the opening of its newest location, 6855 Presidents Drive, Suite 200, in Orlando, Florida. This new operation is expected to create local jobs and bring computer and electronics recycling and e-waste disposal from Longwood to the Orlando area.

Orlando Gets New Computer Recycling and E-Waste Company

2nd Annual Free Earth Day Electronics Recycling Collection Event

Businesses and households are invited to drop off electronics for safe and proper recycling and displosal.


TAMPA, Florida (April 2016)

Leading IT Asset Management and E-Recycling company, Southeastern Data, in conjunction with community radio station,88.5 WMNF, is pleased to announce free electronics recycling during Tampa’s 2nd Annual Earth Day Recycling event. Businesses and households are invited to bring broken, unused, or unwanted computers, cell phones, and most other “plug into the wall” electronics to WMNF’s offices at 1210 East MLK Jr. Blvd. in Tampa every day leading up to Earth Day on Friday, April 22nd. Electronics can be dropped off at any time, however, if it is after normal business hours, ask the DJ to let you bring items inside. For a complete list of accepted electronics, visit southeasterndata.com/earthday.

E-Recycling Services Extended to Residents and Non-Businesses to Begin December

Southeastern Data Opens Its New Location Palm Beach County 

PALM BEACH COUNTY, Florida - Leading IT Asset Management and E-Recycling company, Southeastern Data (SED) announced an expansion of their operations within the county of Palm Beach, Florida as well as a drop-off location for residents and non-businesses to recycle computers, electronics and e-waste.

Michael Stubblebine, President of Southeastern Data, stated that the company is extending its services to all businesses and organizations throughout South Florida and beginning December, the company will accept drop-offs from residential and non-business who need computers, laptops, or other electronics to be safety and properly recycled at their new location in Palm Beach County. In most cases recycling is free, but there will be a charge for Cathode Rayon Tube (CRT) televisions and monitors. For anyone interested in e-recycling is asked to call SED first to schedule a drop-off time.  For more information and a complete list of accepted items, visit https://www.southeasterndata.com/west-palm-beach-electronics-recycling

Electronics, Computer and E-waste Recycling Company Southeastern Data, Expands to South Florida

Includes New Location Opening in Palm Beach County

Leading electronics and computer recycler, Southeastern Data (SED), announced an expansion of its operations and a new location within the county of Palm Beach, Florida.

Michael Stubblebine, President of Southeastern Data, said “The best way to build a local economy is to ensure that home-grown companies like Southeastern Data continue to succeed and grow. This expansion will create jobs while allowing organizations in South Florida to successfully manage their assets and keep the community free from adding e-waste to landfills.” Currently, less than 20 percent of e-waste is recycled, the rest ends up landfills and incinerators where dangerous chemicals from e-waste can leach into the ground and water. *