Magnum Computer Recycling Relocates

New Jersey company says its larger facility will allow for a boost in processing volume.

April 16, 2013
Recycling Today Staff

Magnum Computer Recycling, Pennsauken ,N.J., has expanded its operations, allowing the company to increase the volume of electronic scrap it can process.

The company, a subsidiary of Thanks for Being Green LLC, had been operating out of a 10,000-square-foot facility in Westville, N.J. The new facility measures 26,000 square feet and is in Pennsauken.

“We are so pleased to relocate to our larger facility,” says John Martorano Jr., company founder. “The move will allow our company to better serve our clients, who will find greater convenience in our new centralized location. It also provides our team of employees with more efficient office space, which features world-class technology. It will also give us a competitive edge in meeting our clients’ rapidly changing business recycling needs.”

The company also has announced it has been chosen as the electronics recycler for the Cape May, N.J., Municipal Utility Authority. Magnum will locate a number of drop-off locations throughout the county under the contract.

“As a growing company that cares deeply about the environment, we are thrilled that several new counties in New Jersey have decided to work with us for their electronic recycling needs,” says Martorano. “As we continue to expand, our goal is to engage with other like-minded counties and organizations throughout southern New Jersey and Pennsylvania and provide electronic recycling education across the region as well.”

The company says it is R2 (Responsible Recycling Practices) certified and ISO 14001 registered.