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NJ Upgraded Recycling Facility Offers New Electronics Recycling Services

Time:2018-04-25 19:01 Author:Suny Group

The upgrade activities at the site have made it capable to process larger volumes of diverse materials.

Lakewood, New Jersey-headquartered Supreme Asset Management Recovery (SAMR) Recycling Inc. has announced opening of its upgraded facility that offers additional recycling services including recycling of old electronics. The upgrade activities at the site have made it capable to process larger volumes of diverse materials. The company press release states that the enhanced facility could now accept larger recycling orders from towns, businesses, schools, hospitals and other government organizations.

According to Albert Boufarah, CEO, Samr Recycling Inc., the company will continue to focus on its core services of recycling pickup and drop off of electronics items. In addition, the company will now offer extra services including safe and secure data destruction, lamp and ballast recycling and battery recycling. The list of newly added devices include laptops, desktops, servers, printers, monitors, televisions, cell phones, networking equipment, keyboards, mice, batteries, wires and cables.

Samr Recycling Inc. will make use of the latest data destruction techniques to ensure that confidential data on hard drives and other storage devices are completely wiped out before physical destruction of these devices. The company offers capabilities to recycle outdated IT equipment throughout the US. The upgrades have positioned the company as the single source solution for computer and electronics recycling.

As per UN estimates, nearly 20 to 50 million tons of electronics waste is generated every year, out of which approximately 9.4 million tons is generated in the US alone. Moreover, most of this electronic waste contains toxic and hazardous chemicals that are dangerous to human and environmental health.


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