Electronics Recycling in Toronto

What services does Revolution deliver in Toronto?

Revolution makes electronics recycling in Toronto easy. Contact us and your recycling challenge is solved!

    We take away the old computers and more from your Toronto business.
    Receive a Certificate of Destruction with each job.
    Every business we work with receives a Certificate of Recycling to help you track your environmental impact.

About Toronto and E-Waste

  • Toronto has a population of 5,928,040, generating 59,280,400 lbs of e-waste annually.

  • Toronto has more than 216,000 business that also need to dispose of old electronics.

  • Toronto is the largest city in Canada and as such, it accounts for about one-fifth of all e-waste generated in the country.

Latest News Fom the World of Electronics Recycling

As the usage of electronics grows, e-waste has become a global problem. Here are some of the interesting things going on around the planet when it comes to solving the e-waste challenge.

Curated blog posts from Revolution

Revolution believes the best way to ensure Toronto recycles their e-waste is through education. Here are the best of our recent posts.

Certified Electronics Recycling in Toronto

Not all electronics recyclers are created equal. Unfortunately, there are a lot of “recyclers” that don’t do what they say they are going to do. What is someone in Toronto looking to dispose of their old electronics, junk computers and outdated smartphones to do? How can you know you’ve chosen the right recycler to handle your sensitive data? The answer is to ensure your chosen recycler has the right certifications.

Revolution is a proud member of NAID-Canada, the national association representing companies that specialize in secure information and document destruction. Learn more about our certifications.

Did you know?

With more than 59,280,400 lbs of e-waste and old electronics being generated in Toronto annually, the environment could be in danger if is not recycled properly.

  • There is mercury in LED and LCD monitors and televisions. One gram of mercury contaminates 1000 litres of water, rendering it unsuitable for human consumption.
  • More than 40 million tons of e-waste and old electronics are generated annually worldwide, much of which is not recycled.
  • It takes 530 lbs of fossil fuel to manufacture one monitor and computer.
  • Companies like Revolution that facilitate proper electronics recycling ensure zero environmental contamination.

Revolution services the following areas in the Greater Toronto Area

  • York
  • Scarborough
  • Etobicoke
  • Halton
  • Newmarket
  • Aurora
  • Durham
  • Thornhill
  • Peel
  • Richmond Hill