AERC Recycling Solutions Announces the 2010 How & Why Businesses Recycle Survey and iPad Giveaway

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AERC surveys firms to find out Why and How American Businesses are Recycling


The 2010 AERC How and Why Businesses Recycle Survey is important for us to learn how to better communicate Universal and Electronic Waste issues."

AERC Recycling Solutions, a leading full-service recycling company, announces the 2010 AERC How & Why Businesses Recycle national survey, which offers participants a chance to win an iPad. The survey was designed to find out why and how American businesses are recycling. The research will help to determine how AERC can help improve business-recycling rates in the U.S. The Recycling Survey can also be found at

AERC is committed to responsible recycling practices for a healthier tomorrow. AERC facilities in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Florida, Texas and California are all dedicated to providing convenience and expert consulting to handle Electronic Waste and certain Universal Waste materials Acceptable Universal Waste materials include fluorescent lamps, batteries, PCB and non-PCB ballasts, and mercury-containing devices.

“The 2010 AERC How & Why Businesses Recycle survey is important for us to learn how to improve customer service and better communicate Universal and Electronic Waste issues,” said Lindsay L. Landmesser, VP of sales and marketing, AERC Recycling. “In addition to research, we participate in community events and conferences to educate the public on waste management with hopes to improve U.S. recycling rates overall.”

The survey will be available between now and November 30, 2010. The iPad winner will be notified via email by December 15.

In order to be eligible to win the iPad, participants must complete the survey and provide business contact. All information will be kept confidential.

About AERC Recycling

AERC Recycling Solutions is committed to a green world by helping clients in proper end-of-life management of assets, including those containing sensitive data and components hazardous to the environment. AERC has become an industry leader through its partnerships with clients by providing unmatched convenience, regulatory compliance and expert consulting to handle Electronic Waste issues.

AERC operates five Electronics Processing facilities, also known as Com-Cycle, in five separate geographic locations. For additional information, please visit or

AERC Contact
Emilia Jarzynska
(973) 691-3200 ext. 32

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