PCS of Massachusetts is an R2 Certified Recycler servicing Boston MA, Providence RI and the entire New England area. We come to your business, non-profit organization or school and recycle electronics you wish to get rid of. We also come out to your home if you have at least 10 items to recycle.
PCS of Massachusetts also provides on-site electronics recycling pick up in Newton for electronics equipment, dental, medical and laboratory equipment as well as scrap metal bulk. Free Pick up is available depending on the size of the load and distance. Customers are welcome to drop off at PCS's facility in Weymouth Ma. PCS will also arrange for out of state transportation through third party trucking companies. In all cases transportation can be provided or arranged by PCS. We also provide computer recycling pick up in Newton and the surrounding area.
We are experienced in the dissasembly and removal of your PBX phone systems, large printers, server racks, broadcasting equipment stations, medical and lab equipment and anthing else that has scrap value.
PCS will assure that all electronics recycling pick up in Newton are handled in full compliance with state and federal regulations. PCS guarantees that all customer requests for proper disposal, handling, and/or disposition will be honored. For example, these requests may include data and/or hardware destruction, asset tag removal, and/or redeployment of material. PCS will assure that all materials are recycled in an environmentally safe and responsible manner.
About the Town of Newton, MA
Newton was settled in 1630 as part of "the newe towne", which was renamed Cambridge in 1638. Roxbury minister John Eliot convinced the Native American people of Nonantum, a sub-tribe of the Massachusetts led by a sachem named Waban, to relocate to Natick in 1651, fearing that they would be exploited by colonists
The city is bordered by Waltham and Watertown on the north, Needham and the West Roxbury neighborhood of Boston on the south, Wellesley and Weston on the west, and Brookline and the Brighton neighborhood of Boston on the east. From Watertown to Waltham to Needham and Dedham, Newton is bounded by the Charles River. The Yankee Division Highway, designated Interstate 95 but known to the locals as Route 128, follows the Charles from Waltham to Dedham, creating a de facto land barrier. The portion of Needham which lies east of 128 and west of the Charles, known as the Needham Industrial Park has become part of a Newton commercial zone and contributes to its heavy traffic, though the tax revenue goes to Needham. Source Wikipedia.