A new TechWaste Recycling center has opened up in Brooklyn New York.
This is the second major location for the company. The new location furthers TechWaste’s recycling goal of meeting the growing needs for businesses seeking to dispose of unwanted and outdated electronic waste and IT equipment.
The new location features new services. In addition to providing businesses with electronic waste and recycling programs, TechWaste Recycling is now offering the option of new “Recycle Boxes,” and florescent and high intensity discharge lighting disposal services. The Recycle Boxes are free to businesses and include prepaid postage. The boxes are mailed out to businesses and provide a convenient way for businesses to dispose of electronic products ranging from old cell phones, fax machines and printers to other small electronic items that have met their end of life. All items get recycled responsibly, and in strict compliance with Environmental Protection Agency standards and zero landfill policies.
The New York location is 10,000 sq. ft. with room to expand to 20,000 sq.ft. More than 20 new employees have been hired at the Brooklyn, New York location. TechWaste Recycling is looking to make new business relationships with a broad based clientele. The New York location hopes to reach out to surrounding schools, businesses and communities.
Published in the June 2014 Edition of American Recycler News