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... with more than 15 years in the computer \ e waste recycling field, Forerunner Computer Recycling has given Miami Beach companies a responsible option to dispose end of life cycle and surplus computer equipment. All Miami Beach based companies face the task of safely disposing of older equipment and their e waste. The EPA estimates that as many as 500 million computers \ e waste will soon become obsolete.

As Miami Beach businesses upgrade existing PCs, more computers and other e waste are finding their way into the waste stream. According to the EPA, over two million tons of electronics waste is discarded each year and goes to U.S. landfills.

ForeRunner Recycling, 100% Computer RecyclingNow you have a partner in the computer \ e waste recycling business who understands your need to safely dispose of your computer and electronic equipment in an environmentally responsible manner.

By promoting reuse - computer recycling and electronic recycling - Forerunner Computer Recycling extends the life of computer equipment and reduce e waste. Recycle your computers, recycle your electronics.

Call Us Now To Easily Dispose and Recycle Your E Waste - Free! 877-478-6611

Secure Data Destruction

Today, more than ever, Miami Beach companies discarding computer equipment are concerned about identity theft, security compliance, and cyber criminals trying to obtain private information. Simply tossing used computer equipment and hard disks into dumpsters will leave companies vulnerable to unscrupulous individuals searching for credit card numbers, social security numbers, and other valuable data.

Forerunner Recycling, your partner in the computer \ e waste recycling business, understands the need to safely dispose of computer equipment in a manner that guarantees no data is available for exploitation.

Hard drives are erased using the Department of Defense's DoD 5220.22-M standard, or if necessary, hard drives are physically destroyed. We'll do whatever it takes to ensure your company data does not fall into the wrong hands.

Data Center Division
New Division of Forerunner Recycling

With increasing economic pressure being applied to Miami Beach Corporations today, there remains a need to be flexible concerning moving and/or closing Miami Beach data centers. Furthermore, it may be necessary to properly shut down a data center with little warning causing the closure or move to fall outside your normal budget. This can only apply additional pressure on your Corporation.

Forerunner Computer Recycling focuses on turning what may be a perceived liability with the data center closure and can turn it into a financial return for the Corporation. With 20 years experience of information technology and asset recovery, Forerunner can assist any Miami Beach Corporation, small to large, in receiving a return on the costly process of data center closure.

ForeRunner Recycling, Data DestructionOur goal at Forerunner Computer Recycling is to offer a secure, reliable option to hard drive destruction. Yes, Forerunner does offer and is fully capable of destroying any and all hard drives. But with such high value that remains in the data center's equipment, to include: hard drives, servers, switches, and other equipment, this should be an option that all corporations consider.

Forerunner, in most cases, can offer on-site data destruction at zero cost with the Miami Beach Corporation seeing a possible return on its surplus data center equipment. Whether its hard drive destruction, data destruction, or disposal of surplus data center equipment, give Forerunner Computer Recyling an opportunity to propose a less costly option for you.

Call 877-478-6611 for more information.

Miami Beach, FL

   Quick City Facts

Form of Government:

The Council - Manager Form 



Size of City:

7.03 Square Miles

Yearly Precipitation:

46.60 inches


4 Feet



Meaning of City Name:

Calusa word "Mayami," meaning "Big Water."

Major Tourist Attraction:

South Beach

Top Employers:

Tourism, Health, Education

Top Industries:

Broward Health,
Tenet Healthcare,
University of Miami
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Miami Beach: How it is Different from Miami City

One of the coastal cities in the U.S. state of Florida is the Miami Beach. Geographically, the coastal resort city is located in the Miami- Dade County. Miami Beach is in between the Biscayne Bay and Atlantic Ocean, settled on the many barrier islands that are both man- made and natural. The Biscayne Bay is the only thing that separates the city of Miami Beach from the city proper of Miami. As recorded by the Census Bureau, Miami Beach has a total of 18.7 square miles, of which 11.7 square miles are covered in water, while the remaining 7 square miles are land. The United States Census Bureau also reported that the city of Miami Beach is home to a total of 87, 779 residents as of 2010. Its metropolitan area has a population of 5, 564, 635 in total.

Fondly called as “The Beach”, Miami Beach is often overshadowed by its larger counterpart, the city of Miami. However, a local would be able to pinpoint how the two cities are different when it comes to the overall vibe of the respective areas. Even if they share the Biscayne Bay and a part of the Atlantic Ocean, Miami Beach is truly a different experience that must be discovered. In terms of population, the city of Miami Beach has a colorful diversity of demographics. After the population explosion following the World War II, wave after wave of refugees sought the crystal waters and the sandy beaches of South Florida. Today, the city of Miami Beach is home to Black or African American, Native Alaskan, Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Caucasian, Non- Hispanic Caucasian, Latino or Hispanic and Multiracial.

Another distinction is the transportation. While the city of Miami Beach still has a transit station called the Miami- Dade Transit (MDT), AND Metrobus lines used for traveling to Downtown Miami, the citizens are opening themselves to the possibility of cycling and biking. The streets of Miami Beach are pedestrian- friendly; thus, biking was beginning to grow in the 20th century. Furthermore, the city government would want to minimize the pollution and popularize a laid back vibe in the coastal resort city. In 2011, Decobike was opened to the public. It is a bicycle sharing system which is operated both by the city government and a private corporation. The program is expected to build 100 bike stations around Miami Beach, including top tourist destinations like South Beach, and give the public access to at least 1000 bikes.