Electronics Removal Missions

Whether It’s A Computer, Stereo, TV, Or Printer, Electronics Wear Out Faster Than Almost Any Other Item. And While It’s Easy To Buy New Electronics, Disposing Of Them Can Be Hard! Good Thing We’ve Trained For That.

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How It Works

Garbage Removal For Electronics Is A Very Particular Process Due To A Variety Of Safety Reasons. Electronics Are Some Of The Most Consistently-Replaced Devices You Can Own. It’s Only A Matter Of Time Before The Next Bigger, Better Device Is Launched, And You’re Left Scrambling To Update Your Hardware. Ideally, You Repair And Sell Your Old Electronics Online, But Sometimes Your Device Is So Outdated That Chucking It And Getting A New One Is The Better Option. For Example, Many Electronics Contain All Kinds Of Harmful Materials Like Lead, A Substance You Definitely Do Not Want To Spend A Lot Of Time Working With. Garbage Recycling For Electronics Needs To Be Done In A Certain Way For This Reason. But Navigating The Recycling Process For Electronic Junk On Your Own Can Be Time-Consuming And Frustrating! That’s Where G.I. Junk Comes In. Our Team Members Are Experts At Electronics Recycling And Will Remove And Dispose Of Your Old Electronics Quickly And Safely. Just Give Us A Call And Relax, Knowing That Your Electronics Are Being Recycled In The Most Eco-Friendly Way!



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Location & Hours

Just Give Us A Call And We’ll Meet You At Your Location Throughout The Portland Metro Area And In Salem.

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Questions? We Have Answers.

Junk removal services can typically remove a wide range of items, including old furniture, appliances, electronics, mattresses, yard waste, construction debris, and general household clutter. However, hazardous materials, such as chemicals, paints, and asbestos, are usually not accepted. It’s best to check with the specific junk removal company to confirm their accepted items list.

The cost of junk removal can vary based on factors such as the volume of items, the type of junk, your location, and the company you choose. Most companies offer free quotes after assessing the items you need to have removed. Generally, pricing can be a flat fee for a certain amount of junk or based on the amount of space your items take up in the truck.

Yes, many junk removal companies prioritize recycling. They will sort through the items and salvage whatever can be recycled or donated. Items like metal, paper, cardboard, and certain electronics can often be recycled, helping to reduce the environmental impact of junk disposal.

To make the process smoother, you can begin by sorting and organizing your items. Clear a path to the items you want to remove so the crew can access them easily. If you have large items like furniture, disassembling them beforehand can save time. Also, be sure to communicate any specific instructions or concerns you have with the junk removal company before they arrive.

In most cases, you don’t necessarily need to be present during the junk removal, especially if you’ve provided clear instructions and access to the items. However, if you have specific items that you want to ensure are removed or if you’re concerned about potential issues, it’s a good idea to be available or have a representative present to oversee the process.

After collecting the junk, reputable removal companies will follow an eco-friendly approach. They’ll sort through the items, separating those that can be recycled, donated, or disposed of properly. Recyclable materials are taken to recycling centers, while items in good condition may be donated to charities. Only non-recyclable and non-donatable items will be disposed of in accordance with local regulations.