Reboot Electronic Recycling Terms and Conditions

These terms and conditions (“Terms”) apply to eWaste Recycling services (“Services”) provided by Reboot Electronic Recycling (“Reboot”).  Reboot agrees to provide the Services pursuant to these Terms.  By providing eWaste (as defined below) to Reboot, Customer acknowledges and agrees that these Terms apply to the Services.
    1. Scope of Services. The Services include the processing, dismantling, reusing, recycling, and/or disposing of electronic devices and media (“eWaste”).  Engaging with Reboot for any of their services gives them the right to take title to and sell Recycled Materials, as described in Sections 3 and 4 below.
      • Hazardous Materials.
        • Right to Refuse eWaste. Reboot may, in its sole discretion, refuse to accept eWaste consisting of and/or containing any hazardous or difficult to recycle materials, including but not limited to: liquids, chemicals, oils, radioactive materials, batteries, fluorescent bulbs, dry power substances and/or other items that are on the list of items that Reboot does not recycle found here (collectively, “Unapproved Waste”).
      • Recycled Materials. All eWaste accepted by Reboot shall be processed to the degree and extent deemed necessary by Reboot, in its sole discretion, to perform the Services, including but not limited to: reconditioning and/or refurbishing individual devices for reuse, breaking devices down into their component parts, and/or recovering materials from devices or component parts of devices (e.g., silicon, aluminum, copper, etc.). All output from the Services shall be considered “Recycled Materials” for purposes of these Terms.
        • Title to Items.
          • Approved eWaste. Title to eWaste shall pass to Reboot after Reboot determines that such eWaste does not contain Unapproved Waste.
          • Unapproved Waste. Title to and responsibility for any eWaste containing Unapproved Waste shall, at all times, remain with Customer, unless and until Reboot chooses to dispose of such eWaste.
        • Sale or other Disposition of Recycled Materials. Reboot shall have the right to sell or otherwise transfer all Recycled Materials to any person, in any market, in any form, and in any condition, to the extent allowed under applicable law.
          • Confidentiality. Reboot encourages Customers to remove confidential information prior to providing eWaste to Reboot. Reboot uses commercially reasonable methods to remove data from eWaste, but cannot guarantee that all data will be removed during the recycling process.
            • Representations and Warranties of Customer.
              • Customer has title to all eWaste provided to Reboot.
              • Customer has all necessary rights to provide eWaste to Reboot.
              • No eWaste or data contained on or in any eWaste includes confidential information or personal information protected under state or federal privacy or data breach laws, such as, but not limited to, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (“HIPAA”).
              • No eWaste or data contained on or in any eWaste is subject to any obligation or requirement to preserve such data pursuant to any applicable agreement, regulation, law, or court order.
              • No eWaste provided to Reboot contains any hazardous or harmful materials.
            • Disclaimer:
              • All E-Waste Recycling Services are provided “as is”. Reboot expressly disclaims all representations and warranties of any type, express or implied, under applicable law.
            • Limitation of Liability.
              • To the maximum extent allowed under applicable law, Reboot shall not be liable to any customer for damages of any type in performing services, even if Reboot has been advised of the possibility of such damages.
            • Governing Law. These terms shall be governed by and construed in accordance with New Jersey State law, without reference to its conflict of law principles.