Solving two big problems:
The E-Waste Epidemic and Limited Employment Opportunities for Adults with Disabilities.
To date, we have provided more than 22,000 working hours for adults with disabilities at our facility in Conyers, Georgia. And we have no plans on slowing down.
You can support us in our mission by scheduling your electronic recycling pickup or drop-off today.
Started in 2018, Work4Eli is a for-profit electronic waste disposal employment program that serves the greater Atlanta area by providing electronic recycling services and meaningful employment for adults with disabilities.
Providing electronic recycling services for the greater Atlanta area.
Electronic Waste Recycling
Over 60% of e-waste ends up in landfills, where toxic materials, like mercury and lead, seep into the environment. Our disposal process includes the proper separation of materials and delivery to the appropriate refineries.
Hard Drive Destruction
Our Hard Drive destruction process includes thorough degaussing and shredding to ensure your data and information is properly disposed of.
HIPAA & NIST-Compliant Documentation
We know compliance is of the utmost importance to medical practices and businesses. We implement HIPAA and NIST-compliant approved processes and provide certification documentation.
If your company has a special project, you may be able to hire the Work4Eli team. Our team is available to render a variety of services and you will find them to be a very dedicated and motivated team.
Elijah John Kendrick was born October 16, 2005. Eli, as he’s most known as, was born with a heart defect and Down Syndrome. He is non-verbal, and has grown up with sensory processing, sleep disorders, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, and behavior issues. When Eli was 8 years old, he was diagnosed with Autism.
Eli’s father, Jonathan Kendrick, founder and CEO of Digital Technology Partners, always had a passion for computers and technology and hoped that one day, his sons (Eli and Gavin), might follow in this passion, as well. With the lack of adult resources and his desire for Eli to be able to work with computers, Jonathan developed the idea of starting a new division of Digital Technology Partners called, Work4Eli.
Work4Eli was designed to be for-profit, with 100% of the revenue going directly back into the program to help provide paid employment for all team members. Eli regularly visits and assists the team with the recycling processes. His wonderful personality continues to shine despite the struggles he faces and we are so proud to be part of “Eli’s Entourage.”
We are always looking to partner with local organizations and companies. If you’d like to collaborate with our team, complete the form to the right and we’ll be in touch!
Do you know someone who would be a great addition to our Work4Eli team? Although we are on a waitlist at this time, feel free to submit an application and if an opening becomes available, we will contact you.
Schedule a Pickup
With your e-waste pick-up, you are not only providing working hours for adults with disabilities, but you are also helping to keep our planet clean from toxic materials like mercury and lead. Thanks to the efforts of the Work4Eli team, more than 93,000 pounds of metal, 16,000 pounds of power supplies and 10,000 pounds of motherboards, in addition to thousands of pounds of other electronic materials have been properly recycled.
Complete the form to the left to schedule a pickup! Please note the following pick-up fees:
- $30 equipment pickup fee within a 30-mile radius
- $30 plus $1 per additional mile for pickups beyond a 30-mile radius