3R Technology opens computer reuse store in north Seattle

Friday, July 5, 2019

Reuse and recycle electronics at new north Seattle store

Eco-minded people in North Seattle have a new place to reuse and recycle electronics.

Local electronics recycler 3R Technology has opened a store in North Seattle that sells used computer equipment including Apple computers, laptops, desktops, monitors, tablets and servers.

The store also offers eco-minded people an easy-access location where they can safely and securely reuse or recycle surplus electronics including computers, TVs and small appliances for free.

The store is located at 9801 Aurora Ave N Seattle 98103, Hours 10am to 6pm Monday to Friday and 10am to 5pm on Saturday.

Glen Gaidos, 3R’s CEO and founder, says, “We want to give the community a way to reuse more electronics and make tech affordable to all. This store is a one-stop-shop for everyone’s electronics recycling needs.”

The store offers great values on refurbished computers and electronics. Low-income people are eligible to receive special discounts on computers and apply for low-cost Internet.

All computer equipment sold at the store has been thoroughly tested and includes a 30-day warranty.

The store offers free certified recycling of most household electronics including computers, printers, and TVs. All hard drives are either securely wiped or shredded to ensure data is destroyed.

3R Technology has helped individuals and businesses recycle electronics and destroy sensitive data for nearly twenty years. They are the largest IT asset disposition company in Seattle. 

Their main processing facility is in South Seattle, in the Georgetown neighborhood. They’ve operated a reuse store at that facility for many years and based on its success they decided to open a new store at 9801 Aurora Ave N.

3R is a certified Responsible Recycling (R2) and National Association of Information Destruction (NAID) business. These certifications ensure that all items dropped off for reuse and recycling will get their data destroyed and properly recycled if they can’t get reused.


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