Everyone has a tale to tell, and ours began with unused and stored prototypes of automated parking meters developed in the 1980’s. One of the founders of Natural Evolution, whose family had owned the early parking meters and her husband and co-founder, dismantled them and began creating artwork.
Born from that journey to dispose of those early parking meters is Natural Evolution, Inc.
Natural Evolution reallocates and de-manufactures materials ranging from old computers to enterprise equipment, to obsolete components to equipment from all types of industries. We continue to evolve as technology does to find new ways to meet the needs of our clients and more effectively shape our methods and processes.
A Native American, Woman-Owned small business based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Natural Evolution, Inc began business operations in 2003. Since inception, we have chosen to adhere to strict environmental, social & economic disciplines and have applied this unique approach to a number of organizations throughout the United States.
We are dedicated to data security and differentiate ourselves through our long-term belief in our economically and environmentally sensible methods of recycling. Our business model is customer focused and we have garnered commendations from such organizations as the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality and the Oklahoma Minority Supplier Development Council.
Our mission is simple:
Natural Evolution Inc. (NEI) is committed to providing electronics recycling services to our clients in the most sustainable & effective way while minimizing the carbon footprint from beginning to end. Processing the stream with Zero waste, Zero international dumping & Zero Prison Labor commitments.
A Few Statistics
- E-Waste represents 2% of America’s trash in the landfills but equals 70% of overall toxic waste, roughly equating to 5 million tons – approximately 14% of this was recycled.
- 20 to 50 million metric tons of e-waste are disposed of worldwide every year
- It takes 530 lbs of fossil fuel, 48 lbs of chemicals, and 1.5 tons of water to manufacture one computer and monitor.
- According to the UN Global E-Waste Monitor 2017 Report E-waste is expected to increase 17% by 2021.
The Solution is Electronics Recycling with Natural Evolution.
Find out why a number of corporate, city and government, organizations are turning to Natural Evolution to recycle their End of Life Equipment.
We look forward to working with you to develop a long-term electronics recycling program that best fits your needs.