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"I'm absolutely thrilled with the turnout for this event." said
Among the 41,000 pounds of items collected were: 11,283 pounds of computers and laptops, 9,921 pounds of tube televisions, 3,473 pounds of printers, faxes and scanners plus 134 CRT monitors.
As an R2-Certified recycler, e-End must follow strict procedures during the entire recycling process, including chain of custody of materials, environmental and public health, worker health and safety, and facility and data security. They have a Zero Landfill Policy for all material handled, so nothing will pose a risk to the health of our environment.
"The highest level of recycling is reuse," said Chafitz. "So any items we received that can be refurbished and put back in service may be donated to non-profits, or offered for sale at an excellent value when compared to buying new."
In addition to free recycling, e-End was also able to offer peace of mind to everyone who dropped off a computer, cell phone or other device containing personal data. "Unlike the recycling bins at the big box stores where you have no idea what happens to your device, our data security certifications require us to ensure the data is 100% non-recoverable," added Chafitz.
e-End is open Monday to Friday,
About e-End: e-End is a Certified Woman-Owned Small Business located in
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