Electronic Recyclers, California’s largest recycler of electronic waste, announced today that it will manage and recycle all electronic waste materials collected at Stanford University.
“We are extremely proud to be serving Stanford’s electronic recycling needs,” said John S. Shegerian, Electronic Recyclers’ President and CEO. “Electronic waste and the hazards it presents to our environment if not properly disposed of, is still a very serious problem. In the realm of higher education, Stanford University has long been a leader in environmental initiatives. It’s an honor that they have chosen Electronic Recyclers to appropriately dispose of all their electronic waste.”
Electronic Recyclers is the largest electronic recycling facility in the state that demanufactures, recycles and crushes the cathode ray tubes found in computer monitors, televisions and other types of video equipment. Its revolutionary cathode ray tube crushers provide the capability of processing more than 1500 units per hour. The facility is capable of processing up to 10 million pounds of e-waste per month and provides central California with its first facility for dropping off unwanted televisions and computer monitors free-of-charge, Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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