Harrison, Arkansas

Evage, LLP

Evage, LLP

805 Cottonwood Annex 3
Harrison, AR 72601
(870) 416-2294
Evage, LLP, Recycling, Services, Harrison, Arkansas

Do you have appliances that no longer work but you can’t seem to figure out what to do with them? Whether you’re trying to rid yourself of an old-fashioned television or a washing machine that no longer cleans, Evage Electronic Recycling is the affordable, convenient, and environmentally safe way to rid yourself of unwanted products. Located in Harrison, AR, this waste management and recycling center gives residents the chance to properly dispose of items they no longer want or can use while ensuring they’re not harming the environment in the process.


Recycling in and of itself is important for your community and the surrounding environment. It keeps the strain off of your natural resources as companies have to create new materials for production when items are tossed in the garbage. What’s more, not recycling your appliances means hazardous materials in these products can pose a threat to the environment. Evage Electronic Recycling understands this and works hard to give you an affordable and convenient option for properly discarding your electronics and home appliances.


An EPA-certified recycling center, you now have a method to go greener. They hold recycling drives for organizations, schools, and municipalities, organize pickups for businesses and other commercial customers looking to have their recyclables hauled, and are experts at destroying information stored on your computers. Their DataGauss® device completely wipes your hard drive in front of you, giving you the peace of mind you deserve.


From TV disposal to refrigerator recycling, if it’s a device you can no longer use, this is the recycling center to bring it to. Contact Evage Electronic Recycling today at (870) 416-2294 or visit them online for more details.

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How to Recycle Old Appliances, Harrison, Arkansas
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