eWaste Recycling Solutions, LLC

eWaste works hand-in-hand with local communities and state regulators to provide safe, efficient solutions for disposal of electronic devices to prepare them for re-use manufacturing.


With Maine's expansion of its Extended Producer Responsibility Program for E-waste Recycling, eWaste now services schools, and small businesses for not only electronic waste, but to provide safe disposal of universal waste like fluorescent light bulbs, batteries, and other materials. 


eWaste Maine is your trusted partner for safe recycling of electronic and universal waste materials. If you are looking for efficient and safe eco-friendly solutions-whether for your community, school organization or small business-contact us to create a plan that works for you and for Maine's environment.


eWaste is proud to be a provider of "green" employment opportunities and continues to research avenues that enable us to make a positive impact on the environment through recycling services.


eWaste Recycling Solutions is R2/RIOS Certified, which means it has been audited that it follows strict industry standards and utilizes only responsible recycling practices. When you work with eWaste to recycle your electronics waste, you are assured that it is handled in an environmentally safe and sound manner.

eWaste Recycling Solutions, LLC (eWaste Recycling Solutions), was founded in 2008 and is locally owned and operated. eWaste provides safe and environmentally sound disassembly, consolidation, and transportation services for recycling and disposal of electronic devices. Our Management team has over 55 years combined experience in the electronics recycling industry. 

The History of eWaste Recycling Solutions

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Products and Services Provided

eWaste offers sound disassembly, consolidation, and transportation services for recycling and disposal of electronic devices such as computers, televisions, and monitors, as well as many other products categorized as e-waste under local, state, and federal law. To learn more about what we do at eWaste, watch the short video below.