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Dynamic Recycling Ranks with “Inc.” Magazine

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Electronics recycler named the fastest growing company in Wisconsin.

Recycling Today Staff January 7, 2013

La Crosse, Wis.-based Dynamic Recycling, a company that provides electronics recycling, IT asset management and electronic scrap purchases services, was recognized by Inc. magazine, as the fastest growing company in Wisconsin, the No. 2 fastest growing environmental services company nationwide and the 79th fastest-growing company nationwide.  

Dynamic Recycling started its end-of-life electronics recycling operation in January 2007, its remarketing division in September 2009 and its scrap purchasing division in June 2010. The company says it is preparing for and expecting more rapid growth.  

Miles Harter, CEO and director of business development at Dynamic Recycling, says, “We have a wonderful team that cares deeply about our clients. Because of this, we are always looking for new ways to keep electronics in the United States while creating added value for all of our clients.”   

Dynamic Recycling currently holds R2 (Responsible Recycling Practices) and ISO-14001 certifications and is a Microsoft Registered Refurbisher. Dynamic Recycling also is in the process of becoming certified to National Association for Information Destruction (NAID) standards for data destruction and sanitization of electronic media.  

The company is a member of AROW (Associated Recyclers of Wisconsin), MRC (Michigan Recycling Coalition), NCER (National Center for Electronics Recycling), Recycling Association of Minnesota and the Illinois Recycling Association.

According to Dynamic Recycling, by having electronics recycling, IT asset management and electronic scrap purchasing divisions in house, it is able to provide accountability, competitive pricing and a better overall financial return for their customers. “At Dynamic, we want fair pricing for our clients without cutting corners.  By doing so much in-house, we are able to accomplish this,” Harter says.

The company says it plans to open a recycling center in the Southeast United States this summer and is starting a cell phone recycling division and offering more nationwide/worldwide solutions for clients.

 

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