Electronics Removal & Recycling Old TV Computer Monitor Printer Electronics Disposal Services and Cost Omaha Council Bluff NE – Excel Moving Hauling Omaha 402-810-6319

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Downtown Omaha, Central Omaha, Southwest Omaha and Sarpy County, including the communities of Bellevue, Blair, Carter Lake, Elkhorn, Fort Calhoun, Gretna, La Vista, Millard, Omaha, Papillion, Ralston, Springfield and Waterloo, NE, and Council Bluffs, IA. Zip codes: 68007, 68010, 68022, 68102, 68104, 68105, 68106, 68107, 68108, 68110, 68111, 68112, 68114, 68116, 68117, 68118, 68122, 68124, 68127, 68130, 68131, 68132, 68134, 68135, 68137, 68142, 68144, 68147, 68152, 68154, 68157, 68164, 68178.

Looking for an electronics removal and recycler in Omaha NE? Whether you’ve got an old tv, computer monitor, keyboard, printer, scanner, projection tv, laptop or any other electronic device, big or small, that needs to go, you can count on Excel Moving Hauling Omaha Junk to remove all your old electronics safely and efficiently in Omaha Council Bluff Nebraska area.  Call 402-810-6319 for free estimate and schedule junk pick up!

Need to get rid of your junk electronics responsibly? On top of the safe removal of any electronics, Excel Moving Hauling Omaha Junk offers a guarantee that we will do our absolute best to dispose of every item we remove from your home or office in the most eco-friendly manner possible. That means that every piece of electronic equipment will be taken to the appropriate electronics recycling site.

Recycle your TVs, monitors, computers and other electronic items

We serve all areas of Downtown Omaha, Central Omaha, Southwest Omaha and Sarpy County, including the communities of Bellevue, Blair, Carter Lake, Elkhorn, Fort Calhoun, Gretna, La Vista, Millard, Omaha, Papillion, Ralston, Springfield and Waterloo, NE, and Council Bluffs, IA. Zip codes: 68007, 68010, 68022, 68102, 68104, 68105, 68106, 68107, 68108, 68110, 68111, 68112, 68114, 68116, 68117, 68118, 68122, 68124, 68127, 68130, 68131, 68132, 68134, 68135, 68137, 68142, 68144, 68147, 68152, 68154, 68157, 68164, 68178.


We recycle all material.

We promise you excellent customer service and professionalism.

All monitors, televisions, computers, cell phones, printers, cables, and other items are recycled according to government standards, and our own green policy.  Our goal is to protect the environment from toxic Ewaste contamination, and insure nothing gets to the landfill.

Why should you recycle E-Waste?

Conserves natural resources. Recycling recovers valuable materials from old electronics that can be used to make new products. As a result, we save energy, reduce pollution, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and save resources by extracting fewer raw materials from the earth.

How can we recycle electronic waste?

What should we do with our old electronics?

    Don't trash them. First, we should never throw e-waste in the trash! ...


    Pass them on for reuse. ...

    Recycle them. ...

    Find a good e-waste recycler. ...

    Staples stores. ...

    Best Buy stores. ...

    Do a cell phone recycling drive and fundraiser in your school.


    Learn to fix broken gadgets yourself.

Why electronic waste is a problem?

We make a lot of e-waste. When electronics end up in landfills, toxics like lead, mercury, and cadmium leach into the soil and water. The electronic waste problem is huge: More than 20 million tons of e-waste are produced every year.