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A&J Electronics Recycling
761 Mabury Road Unit 75, San Jose, California, United States

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(408) 490-4516
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761 Mabury Road Unit 75
San Jose, California
United States
ZIP: 95133
(408) 490-4516
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CLOSED ( Opens on Monday at 8:00 am)
MondayFrom 8:00 am To 5:00 pm
TuesdayFrom 8:00 am To 5:00 pm
WednesdayFrom 8:00 am To 5:00 pm
ThursdayFrom 8:00 am To 5:00 pm
FridayFrom 8:00 am To 5:00 pm
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A & J Electronics Recycling E-Waste is a privately owned and locally operated recycling company that specializes in the collection and processing of residential and commercial electronic waste. President and Owner, Vince Ibarra, born and raised in San Jose, CA has over 10 years of experience in the waste industry specifically working in the Bay Area.

Our Goal is to...
Prevent unwanted electronic waste from being dumped into our landfills. A & J Electronics Recycling E-Waste commits to this goal by ensuring all equipment is recycled according to the rules and regulations set forth by the State of California (Department of Toxic and Substances Control).

Community Outreach & Support
In support of the Bay Area community A & J Electronics Recycling E-Waste provides collection services directly to your home (at no extra charge). A & J Electronics Recycling E-Waste will also support and help put on community, family, and/or business fundraisers.


A & J Electronics Recycling E-Waste, through its subsidiaries and affiliates, offers customized end-to-end solutions in IT Asset Recovery, E-Waste Management, and Electronics Reverse Logistics.

Our Focus

  • Leadership in safe, compliant, and ethical e-waste disposal
  • Global delivery of services
  • Application of state-of-the-art technology and engineering


The following services can be mixed and matched in nearly any jurisdiction to meet your needs. Those services that we cannot provide in-house in a given jurisdiction we can source from our extensive network of affiliates, all of whom meet our exacting standards of quality, security, and environmental responsibility.

  • Global Collection & Logistics: Secure and efficient pickup, transportation, and storage services.

  • Responsible Recycling: For units beyond economic repair, demanufacturing, component harvesting, and processing into segregated material streams for reuse in manufacturing or downstream refining. All according to leading environmental standards.

  • Secure Data Destruction: From DOD-compliant overwriting to monitored physical destruction, the highest standards in data security. Onsite and offsite services available.

  • Accredited Repair & Refurbishment: Restoration of whole units to sufficient condition for reuse and resale. Warranty support and returns management services may also be possible in certain jurisdictions.

  • Multi-Channel Remarketing: Resale of working electronics to extend useful life and recover maximum value.

  • Energy Saving & Carbon Credit Solutions: Verified cost reduction through energy savings leading to carbon credit revenues in some jurisdictions.

  • Transparent Reporting & Certification: Detailed tracking, customizable reports, auditable documentation, and certification of compliance.

  • IT Lifecycle Support & Advisory Services: Reconfiguration and redeployment of working assets, site clearance, valuation/appraisal of disposal options, etc.

Recycle Scrap Metals

What Type of Metals are Considered Scrap?
The most common metals accepted by scrap yards include copper, steel, aluminum, brass, iron and wires. But your local scrap yard may accept additional metals for recycling and give you cash payouts for your scrap metals. Call a few scrap yards in your area ahead of time for a list of scrap metals they accept for recycling or jump to the recycling locator to find a location now.

How Can You Tell What Type of Metal You Have?
The easiest way to determine what type of metal you’re dealing with is to use a magnet. If the magnet sticks to your metal, you have a ferrous metal in your hands, such as steel or iron. If the magnet doesn’t stick, you have a non-ferrous metal, such as copper, aluminum, brass, stainless steel or bronze.From there, you can use color, texture and other visual aids to figure out exactly what type of metal you’re dealing with.

Recycle Your Batteries

Is it Against the Law to Throw Away Single Use Batteries?
Single-use batteries contain materials that are both recyclable and considered hazardous. At this point in time, the state of California is the only state in which it is illegal to throw any type of battery (including single-use) in the trash. However, just because it may not be illegal in your state, batteries should still be disposed of in a responsible manner since they contain toxic materials than negatively impact the environment.

Does the City I Live in Recycle Batteries?
Most cities actually do collect batteries at the weekly trash end, but they will always have certain guidelines to follow and if not done properly, can cause the city to fine you for not following proper disposal procedures.

Why Should You Recycle Your Computer?

Every year millions of computers get thrown out, in reality the number is in the hundreds of millions. That is a lot of computers and that is a problem. They take up a lot of space in the landfills and there are a lot of valuable materials in a computer. Simply throwing out is an enormous waste. Instead you would be much better off recycling your computer.

The main reason that you would want to recycle your computer is to keep it out of the landfill. It is fairly widely known that we are running out of space in our landfills and that alternatives need to be found. This is especially true when it comes to computers because a lot of them get thrown away each year and they are quite bulky items. That means that they take up a lot of space in landfills. Finding another way to dispose of them is critical otherwise we are going to end up with massively over flowing landfills.

The other big reason that we need to recycle computers is because a lot of the pieces in a computer are other non-renewable resources or they are harmful to the environment to produce, or both. Inside your computer there a small pieces of things like copper and silicon and many other materials. The amounts in each computer are quite small but when you factor in how many computers get thrown out each year it really ads up. Being able to reuse these materials saves precious resources and reduces the amount that has to be mined each year.

Materials Accepted
Sl NoMaterial Name
1Cell Phones
2Circuit Boards
3Electric Motors
6 Radiators
Company Services
  • Stainless Steel Recycling
  • Aluminum Recycling
  • Batteries Recycling
  • Computers Recycling
  • Copper Recycling
  • Cell Phones & Accessories Recycling
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