ECER Inc. Voted New England’s #1 Electronics Recycling Company

SHIRLEY, MA / ACCESSWIRE / January 20, 2021 / In a recent regional vote, premier electronics recycler ECER Inc. has been selected as the top e-waste recycling company in the New England region. Operating out of a top notch facility in Shirley, MA, they offer a comprehensive range of services to ensure that all electronic assets are recycled properly, with the inclusion of secure data destruction to ensure that no information ends up in the wrong hands.

Primary services include the recycling of computers & electronics along with DOD standard destruction/shredding of hard drives. The company puts an emphasis on data security, and takes all the necessary steps to ensure that all computer data is destroyed to protect the privacy of its customers.

In recent testimonials, ECER’s staff were commended for high level of professionalism & ability, with many stating that they trust their services the most out of all e-waste recyclers in Massachusetts & New Hampshire.

“[ECER’s] service is a model of promptness & efficiency.”, said Seamus, who runs an IT services company in Cambridge, MA. “The staff was highly cordial & professional. We have [had] no complaints, and we plan on using them for years to come.”.

For more on ECER Inc. along with a list of their comprehensive services, please visit the official site here. Their experienced staff can help guide you toward finding a service that aligns with your unique needs.

About ECER Inc.

ECER Inc. is an advanced electronics recycling company based in Shirley, MA and serves customers throughout the New England region. As one of the select few companies that can legally & safely collect and recycle computers, they have the capability to provide service for all your e-waste recycling & asset management needs. For more information on their services or to speak to a customer service representative, call (877) 537-9940.


Erica Darney
(877) 537-9940

SOURCE: East Coast Electronics Recycling

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