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default map pin icon MA, USA
Expanded listing for: Greendisk
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Description: GreenDisk offers a convenient, comprehensive set of mail-in services to help individuals and organizations reduce the expense and the environmental impact associated with obsolete technology. Please visit the website or contact for full details.

default map pin icon 145 South Main Street, Lexington, TN 38351, USA
Expanded listing for: City of Lexington, TN
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default map pin icon 7815 North Palm Avenue, Suite #140, Fresno, CA 93711, USA
Expanded listing for: Electronic Recyclers International

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Description: ERI is the leading recycler of e-waste in the U.S. Founded in 2002, ERI’s Chairman and CEO, John Shegerian, believes the company got to where it is today thanks to a strict dedication to its “green DNA.” Shegerian and his team of green industry All-Star employees have labored to keep ERI a totally green organization — from developing and building the world’s largest electronic waste shredder and a fleet of hybrid vehicles used by the sales team, to the electric forklifts used on the shop floor and the precise methodology used to recycle the thousands of tons of electronic waste that pass through the company’s doors daily. Even the furniture used in house is made from recycled materials. Everyone is part of the solution. John Shegerian Now the largest recycler of electronic waste in the world, Fresno, California-headquartered ERI is licensed to de-manufacture and recycle televisions, computer monitors, computers and other types of electronic equipment. ERI processes more than 250 million pounds of electronic waste annually at its locations in California, North Carolina, Washington, Colorado, Indiana, Massachusetts and Texas. ERI operates the largest, most efficient and highest-capacity shredder in North America. The recycler’s two state-of-the-art slow-speed shredder components are capable of handling more than 15,000 pounds of electronic waste per hour.