There has been, at least, a decade-long push to reuse and recycle electronic waste — discarded computers, office electronic equipment, entertainment devices, mobile phones, television sets and refrigerators. The waste is deconstructed and separated into re-usables (working and repairable electronics) and secondary scrap (copper, steel and plastics).

Junk Recycles applies the same principle to other types of waste — unwanted furniture, doors, windows, hardware, and most anything that comes its way.

Deconstruction is an eco-friendly alternative to demolition. Instead of destroying items, we take them apart, identify the useful or recyclable parts and remove them from your home. Deconstruction is an efficient and effective way to eliminate waste with minimal or no impact on the environment. Our commitment is to reuse, restore, repurpose and recycle instead of dumping them into the landfill.

How does reconstruction work?

After we remove your junk, our Junk Recycler experts sort the items and identify parts that can be re-conditioned, reused or re-sold as surplus or scrap goods through thrift stores or specialty shops. It is a time-consuming process but one that we are committed to.

You can feel good about the future of your junk. Eighty-five percent of it will be reused, restored or recycled.