2nd Cell Electronics Equipment’s Recycler

Located In Saint Louis, MO. 2nd Cell is an R2V3 Certified Recycler, founded in 2004.

2nd Cell offers:

Asset Decommissioning.


Secure Data Destruction:

Electronics Equipment’s are processed using multiple data sanitation tools in a secured facility. This ensures removal of all personal data and corporate information from all Electronic Equipment.

Inventory Management – Serial # Audit, Reconciliation

Operations are conducted in accordance with the R2 (Responsible Recyclers) practices and a no landfill policy is in place.  

When electronics reach the end of their life ?
They will no longer be able to be used. Depending on the type of electronics, there may be options for recycling or repurposing the item. If recycling is not an option, the electronics should be disposed of responsibly. Many electronics contain hazardous materials that could be harmful to the environment if not disposed of properly..

These collection programs provide a convenient way for people to dispose of their old electronics responsibly. They also help to keep electronics out of landfills, where they can cause environmental damage. Electronics collections are typically held at designated drop-off sites, where you can bring your used electronics for recycling or proper disposal. In some cases, you may also be able to mail in your electronics for recycling..

Electronics Equipment’s Triage Process

Identify the issue: The first step in any electronics equipment troubleshooting process is to identify the issue that needs to be addressed. This involves assessing the problem, understanding the source of the issue, and determining the best course of action to resolve it.

Gather information: Once the issue is identified, the next step is to gather information related to the equipment and the issue. This could include the manufacturer’s instructions, user manuals, and other relevant documents. Additionally, it may be necessary to speak with the person who reported the issue to gain additional insight.

Check for updates: Once all relevant information has been gathered, it is important to check for any available updates or patches that could help resolve the issue. This could be done through the manufacturer’s website or other sources.

Test the equipment: After all updates have been installed, it is important to test the equipment to ensure that the issue has been addressed. This could involve running diagnostic tests or performing other tests as necessary.

Document the issue and resolution: Once the issue has been addressed, it is important to document the issue and the steps taken to resolve it. This helps to ensure that any similar issues that arise.

Electronics Equipment’s Downstream recycling

Downstream recycling of electronics equipment involves the collection, sorting, dismantling, and reuse or recycling of electronic products and components at the end of their useful life. This process may involve the manual sorting and dismantling of electronic products, or it may include the use of automated sorting and dismantling equipment. In either case, the goal of downstream recycling is to recover valuable materials and components for reuse or to extract metals, plastics, and other materials for recycling.