10-Year Anniversary for Successful MD Cyber-security Business

10-Year Anniversary for Successful MD Cyber-security Business

Arleen and Steve Chafitz have a knack: a knack for seeing what’s coming before it arrives. The Maryland Department of Commerce and Frederick County officials recently recognized the couple for the ten years that their latest endeavor, e-End, has remained far ahead of the curve in cybersecurity and data destruction. The state and the county both commended e-End for their longevity in this fast-paced industry.

Federal prison system halts e-scrap processing at five sites

Federal prison system halts e-scrap processing at five sites

UNICOR, also known as Federal Prison Industries, has shut down its electronics recycling facilities at several prisons across the country, leaving a sizable gap in the U.S. e-scrap recycling chain.

E-Scrap News has learned UNICOR will close its e-scrap recycling operations at five prisons across the country. The closures will occur in New Jersey’s Fort Dix; Tucson, Ariz.; Marianna, Fla.; Lewisburg, Pa.; and Leavenworth, Kan.