Ranch Town Recycling Begins Recycling Ethernet Cables
Mar 07, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
Recycling Ethernet cables in San Jose, CA just got easier. Ranch Town Recycling is proud to announce they will now be accepting category five and six Ethernet cables at their buyback center. Besides the positive environmental impact of recycling, Ethernet cables in particular can be quite valuable when returned.
Recycling Ethernet cables can be tricky. There are certain guidelines that prohibit the disposal of metals and plastics in certain areas. Ethernet cables are made up of some of these materials. Ranch Town Recycling felt it was important to offer this buyback, not only because of the value to customers, but because the cables contain conductors and copper that are great for recycling.
Customers need to know that not all Ethernet cables are the same. In recent years, the copper and conductors contained in Category five cables have become very valuable. Ranch Town will now be accepting every type of Ethernet cable. They will be happy to answer questions and will offer the most competitive prices for the materials customers bring in to recycle.
Ranch Town also recycles many other items as well. They accept typical items like aluminum cans, plastic and glass bottles, as well as copper wire and pipe, aluminum wheels, and catalytic converters. Electronics such as computers, laptops, TVs, fax machines, printers, and monitors can also be brought to the buyback center. With hours seven days a week, residential and business customers have the opportunity to drop off their recyclables.
About the company:
Ranch Town Recycling understands the importance of being green and is committed to working with, and helping the community, schools and businesses become proactive about recycling, which is extremely economically and environmentally smart. The Bay Area's Ranch Town Recycling provides services to several different areas throughout the Bay Area, including the South Bay. Ranch Town prices are very competitive and Ranch Town Recycling is open seven days per week for the utmost in client convenience. E-waste recycling, copper recycling, and scrap metal recycling are all available. For more information, please visit their website at http://www.ranchtownrecycling-bayarea.com.
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