EarthWalk + Upcycle
Technology partnership completes the circle

EarthWalk has been an innovative technology provider to thousands of school districts since 1996, designing and building energy-efficient charging solutions to power students’ devices and most recently as solar power system developers for schools and nonprofits.

For more than 25 years we have delivered charging carts and stations that have served our customers for years. But we were often asked what could be done with old electronics and technology.

We now have a solution.

EarthWalk has partnered with Upcycle, a full-service resource that effectively and sustainably disposes of end-of-life IT equipment.

Electronic waste represents 2% of America’s trash in landfills–which amounts to 70% of overall toxic waste.

With this partnership, the process to have electronic waste responsibly removed is easy for schools. And you get peace of mind knowing that all of your old IT equipment is removed safely and securely.

Upcycle has completed more than 20,000 electronic waste removal projects since its inception in 2011.

25 Million

Pounds of electronic waste Upcycle collects annually


Number of schools Upcycle has worked with

R2 Certfied

Responsible Recycling (R2) using environmental and disposal best practices

Data Destruction

Data cleared using DOD26-compliant systems

Hands-off Removal

Upcycle will pack, load and transport your e-waste

Pay it Forward

Recycling old equipment is just part of the services offered.

Upcycle’s donation program provides refurbished technology to nonprofits and schools in need–keeping even more electronic waste out of landfills.

There are 20-50 million metric tons of e-waste disposed of globally each year. Let EarthWalk and Upcycle remove all of your end-of-life carts, devices and other electronics responsibly.

Keep E-Waste Out of Landfills

Get old IT equipment removed–at no cost to you.

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