Since 1994 RE-PC Recycled Computers & Peripherals has recycled thousands of tons of computer material. Serving the greater Seattle, WA area, we re-use as much of the recycled computer components as we can. At the end of their life our electronics are assessed, disassembled and recycled through a re-processor, the cases are recycled as scrap metal and any monitors or other components are removed of lead and other hazardous materials.
At RE-PEC we offer a huge selection of used and reconditioned computers, parts, peripherals and software. If you need a replacement part, want to upgrade an existing system or are on a budget, our electronic inventory is always changing. We also offer new computer motherboards, cases, ram and other components.
RE-PC is also a signer of the Electronic Recycler's Pledge and a registered collector for the Washington State Electronics Recycle Program. Consumers and small companies recycle your electronics for free.
Don’t hesitate to come to us with your computer questions. We speak geek.
Call us today for more information regarding our services.
Category: Computers and Computer Hardware|Computer Services|Recycling
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Collissa_Monea in Federal Way -
The warehouse is large with an enormous selection of parts which are organized into sections, then shelves and/or plastics bins throughout the warehouse but that is the extent of organized shopping... from there you will put some work into finding your part(s). The prices are anywhere from a steal to fair enough. Monitors for example range from $10-$25, and they're on video display so that you can see / test the functioning. PC starting prices are fair; a selection of CPU's with various hardware installations. Software is usually not installed.Overall I recommend the adventure, Re-PC is the first place of it's kind that I go to when shopping for computer needs.