MRH Electronics
Your local "YES" eWaste solution

About Us

recycle with Experience

About us

MRH Electronics is the premier eWaste service provider for The San Francisco Bay Area, providing a clean and secure, convenient location for local consumers to recycle their electronic waste and we offer free pick up for companies of Silicon Valley.

What makes us different? At MRH we strive to halt the recycling process as much as possible by reselling even the most obsolete components to consumers around the world who can use them, cutting down on unnecessary waste being deposited in the ever-growing landfill. We even de-manufacture non-working units to harvest viable parts and use recycling only as a last resort. Traditionally, re-marketers, liquidators, and clean-out services focus only on good, working products with little or no attention paid to environmentally responsible disposal of electronic waste.

For our business customers we remove 100% of excess, obsolete, and scrap inventory including metal, wire, and plastic, leaving nothing behind, to free up valuable storage space. 


President & Owner of MRH


Malcolm Holyomes

From working his way through the growing industry of recycling, to opening his own company in 2001, Malcolm has become an important figure in the flourishing Bay Area for nearly 20 years. MRH created an answer to the increasing demand for local companies and families to find a way in being more mindful in the way their eWaste was being recycled, recovered, and repurposed. Still today, Malcolm’s business continues to provide the same dedication to all clients. Creating his online presence since the first internet boom, Malcolm has created a platform that repurposes “scrap” while avoiding unnecessarily adding to the landfill epidemic.


Get in touch!

We at MRH Electronics know that finding the right eWaste to represent you is a choice not to be taken lightly. That’s why we offer free pick-ups to help your home or company’s needs, and your budget.

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