Onsite was formed in 2004 to provide responsible management of discarded electronics. Onsite opened its first facility at the San Joaquin County Lovelace Materials Transfer Facility to service residents and businesses in the County. In 2006, we opened our second facility in Stockton to service industrial clients and municipalities outside San Joaquin County. In 2010 we moved to a larger facility in Stockton, where we are currently located, with easy access to service all West Coast clientele. In 2013 we expanded our operations to Fort Collins, Colorado to serve businesses and residents throughout Colorado.

Onsite's facility was remodeled using sustainable green solutions wherever possible. This includes recycled paint inside and out, polished concrete floors, used furniture, recycled content carpet tiles, energy efficient shades, T-8 fluorescent lights, and water efficient toilets and faucets. In recognition of these environmentally sound practices, we have been recognized with the following awards:

  • P3 Award by the Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce
  • Best E-waste/U-waste Program by the California Resource Recovery Association
  • Green Certified Business by the Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce REACON Team

Onsite provides e-waste recycling solutions to public and private solid waste facilities, munipipalities, businesses, schools, non-profit organizations and residents. This includes transportation and recycling services, packaging, collection events and fundraisers.

Janice Oldemeyer is the President of Onsite Electronics Recycling. She has 20 years experience in working with local governments on all aspects of their municipal hazardous waste needs working for Philip Environmental Services, MSE Environmental and Teris. This includes Household Hazardous Waste (HHW), Loadcheck, Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator (CESQG), Agricultural Chemical (AgChem) and Electronics Waste Programs.

In addition, Ms. Oldemeyer served on the Board of Director’s of both the North American Hazardous Materials Management Association (NAHMMA), serving as Treasurer and President, and the National Pesticide Stewardship Alliance (NPSA). These National Organizations serve as the centralized organizations for the management of Municipal Hazardous Waste (NAHMMA) and Pesticide Stewardship and Management (NPSA). She is also involved in California’s Information Exchange, assisting in the planning of several of the Statewide Conferences. She has given numerous talks centered on responsible waste management and liability reduction at several State and National Conferences.