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SRS’ Earth Day Events Collect Nearly 500,000 Pounds of Electronics

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More than 1,300 people dropped off electronics for recycling at 25 collection events.

SDB Staff May 24, 2012
Sims Recycling Solutions (SRS), a global leader in electronics reuse and recycling, collected nearly 473,000 pounds of electronics at 25 events in honor of Earth Day during the month of April.  More than 110 people working with Sims at locations in eight different states assisted more than 1,300 people who dropped off material.
 
“Sims has the resources to hold events all over the world and to collect and process a very large amount of electronic waste for recycling,” says Steve Skurnac, president, SRS, Americas. “But we cannot make people take time out of their busy days to come to a collection event and drop off material. The fact that so many people chose to do just that and take part in our Earth Day events to make sure their electronics are disposed of properly is very exciting.”
 
All event locations and more information regarding the company’s Guinness World Record attempt are available on the Sims Recycling Solutions Earth Day landing page found at www.us.simsrecycling.com/earthday2012
 
SRS is a global leader in electronics reuse and recycling, offering recycling services from its 50 owned and operated sites across the globe. In North America, Sims Recycling Solutions operates 14 sites in Arizona, California, Florida, Illinois, Nevada, New Jersey, Ontario, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas.
 
Sims Recycling Solutions, owned by Sims Metal Management, the world’s largest publicly listed metal and electronics recycler, says it has the global reach, expertise and infrastructure necessary to guarantee customers that their data is secure, their electronic equipment is processed in an environmentally responsible manner, their reputation is protected and their compliance risks are eliminated.

 

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