Currently there are over two hundred million unused electronic products stored in homes and offices throughout the country. These range from old computers, cell phones, TVs, monitors to a host of other electronic devices and equipment. With greater nationwide attention on recycling, there is increasing focus on the proper disposal of these outdated electronics.
Recognizing the importance of good stewardship in managing and recycling the “end of life” stages of these products, electronics pioneers Steve and Arleen Chafitz launched e-End in 2016 providing hard drive shredding and data destruction solutions, and a full range of secured computer and electronics recycling services.
Join us for a tour of e-End to see how the company strictly complies with the internationally recognized Responsible Recycling (R2) standard to reduce electronics waste and strives to exceed the EPA’s standards for solid waste recycling and adhere to a zero-landfill policy for e-waste.