John Shegerian, Chairman and CEO of Electronic Recyclers International (ERI), the nation’s leading recycler of electronic waste, was among the panelists of a group discussion on the state of the electronics recycling industry today at the 2011 E-Scrap Conference held at the Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate in ChampionsGate, Florida.
The E-Scrap Conference is the premier electronic waste recycling conference of North America and hosts industry leaders from around the world who network and discuss trends and challenges facing the electronic waste recycling industry today.
Today’s panel discussion, “Industry Executives Point the Way,” featured Shegerian and several other industry leaders, including executives from Sims Recycling Solutions, LifeSpan Technology Recycling and Total Reclaim, each discussing the latest legislative trends, innovations and the future of the fast growing global electronic recycling business.
Shegerian also discussed the promise of urban mining for metals, plastics, glass and “rare earth metals and magnets” in the ever deepening pool of unwanted consumer electronics.
“It’s an honor to have been asked to participate in this prestigious E-Scrap Conference discussion alongside my fellow industry leaders,” said Shegerian. “It is particularly rewarding to be communicating and sharing ideas with my fellow pioneers of this young but flourishing industry here at E-Scrap – where so many forward minded leading lights of the electronic recycling world have come together to discover more about innovation and sustainability and have the opportunity to exchange ideas and experiences.”