AERC Recycling Partners with E-World Online to Provide Additional Options for Electronics Recycling to Residents and Small Businesses in New Jersey

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AERC Recycling Solutions & E-World Online, LLC have partnered to offer free electronics recycling services to New Jersey residents and small businesses. There are several drop off events planned throughout New Jersey in the month of April, "Earth Month."

Many consumers are unsure of the proper way to dispose of electronics. They know they shouldn’t just throw items in the trash because of data security and environmental concerns but they don’t know where to go.

New Jersey residents and small businesses now have more options to easily recycle their unwanted electronic devices. AERC Recycling Solutions and E-World Online, LLC have partnered to offer free electronics recycling services to residents and businesses with fifty or less employees in New Jersey. While AERC has been offering various solutions for individuals and small businesses throughout the United States, this partnership offers additional options for New Jersey residents and small businesses with the added benefit of recycling electronics at no cost.

This partnership is a result of the recent New Jersey legislation banning electronics from landfills and requiring manufacturers to subsidize the recycling of electronics. E-World Online, LLC founded the Manufacturers Interstate Takeback System (MITS) to help manufactures comply with state legislations requiring manufactures to provide recycling options for electronics.

“AERC is very pleased to be offering free recycling options for the residents and consumers of New Jersey,” said Lindsay Landmesser, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, AERC Recycling Solutions. “Many consumers are unsure of the proper way to dispose of electronics. They know they shouldn’t just throw items in the trash because of data security and environmental concerns but they don’t know where to go. By bringing Electronic Waste to AERC’s collection events or GreenZone drop off facilities, people will have peace of mind in knowing that their electronics will be safely recycled.”

AERC has developed a network of organizations in New Jersey which will be utilized as Electronics Recycling Collection Event hosts and collection sites. This network of locations include self-storage facilities, landfills, credit unions, car dealerships, thrift stores and cartridge computer stores, allowing consumers many options to drop off their end-of-life electronics. Individuals and small businesses with fifty or less employees in the state of New Jersey are invited to participate in these events. Organizations with more than fifty employees or with large quantities of Electronic Waste should contact AERC to schedule a pick-up of materials.

New Jersey Electronic Recycling Collection Event Schedule

Saturday, April 9     ACCESS Self Storage
9:30 AM – 3:30 PM     574 Commerce Street, Franklin Lakes, NJ 07417

Saturday, April 16         ACCESS Self Storage
9:30 AM – 3:30 PM     135 Amboy Avenue, Woodbridge, NJ 07095

Saturday, April 23        ACCESS Self Storage
9:30 AM – 3:30 PM     750 Boulevard, Kenilworth, NJ 07033

Saturday, April 30    Allamuchy Township
(hours TBD)    7 Freeborn Lane, Hackettstown, NJ 07838    

Sunday, May 1     Temple Emanuel
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM     756 E Broad St, Westfield, NJ 07090

For a complete list of Electronics Recycling Collection Events, visit http://www.com-cycle.com.

In addition to conducting these Electronics Recycling Collection Events, there are various drop off locations available to the public. To view a complete list of drop off locations and corresponding drop off hours near you, visit http://www.aerc.com/greenzone.

Acceptable Electronic Waste materials include computer towers, laptops, printers, scanners, CPUs, computer monitors, internal computer components, telephones, telecommunication equipment, cameras, hand held games, gaming consoles, computer accessories and peripherals, cables, wires and other electronic equipment. AERC Recycling Solutions specializes in Electronic Waste recycling and secure data management by completely destroying all data contained on any data storage devices collected from clients. AERC ensures that all accepted electronics are disposed of according to a Zero-Waste-to-Landfill Policy.

All accepted electronics are processed at AERC’s local Electronics Processing Facility, Com-Cycle, in Allentown, PA. This facility is NAID Certified and is in the process of obtaining R2/RIOS Certification, expecting to be listed as a Certified Electronics Recycler® in the Summer of 2011. AERC stands out as the first company in the industry which now combines the rigorous permitting process under the Resource Conservation Recovery Act (RCRA) for Hazardous Waste handling and processing as well as meeting the standards set by the R2 and RIOS Certification Programs.

For more information about how to recycle Electronic Waste in New Jersey, visit http://www.aerc.com/greenzone, call AERC at 973-691-3200 (Toll Free 866-447-5177) or send an e-mail to info(at)aercrecycling(dot)com. If your organization is interested in participating in this program by having an Electronics Recycling Collection Event or having your location serve as an ongoing collection point, please contact AERC. .

About E-World Online, LLC
Our commitment is simple: We will continue to regionalize the recycling industry through partnerships that utilize the newest technology to provide safe and environmentally friendly recycling of your electronic waste. We will work diligently to make sure that nothing we process will ever end up in a landfill. Our national network of electronic waste processing plants are responsible for creating hundreds of thousands of pounds per month of raw materials used in the manufacturing of new products.

E-World Online, LLC Contact
Michael Ritchie
Michael(dot)ritchie(at)eworldrecyclers(dot)com
(760) 599-0888 Ext. 217

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 our 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 is committed to responsible recycling practices for a healthier tomorrow.

AERC maintains a Zero-Waste-to-Landfill Policy for all of its hazardous electronics/ electrical recycling services. AERC operates five Electronics Processing facilities, also known as Com-Cycle, in five separate geographic locations. The AERC/Com-Cycle facility in West Melbourne, FL is a Certified Electronics Recycler®, independently certified to both the R2 and RIOS standards. AERC is committed to certifying all five electronics recycling facilities. All electronics are dismantled domestically by our highly trained staff. Any information on data storage devices is either wiped to the Department of Defense Standards or physically destroyed. AERC offers its clients compliance with Federal, State, and Local regulations. For additional information please visit http://www.AERCRecycling.com or http://www.com-cycle.com.

AERC is on Twitter @AERC_Recycling. You can also search for AERC Recycling Solutions on Facebook and Linkedin.

AERC Recycling Solutions Contact
Emilia Jarzynska
ejarzynska(at)AERCRecycling(dot)com
(973) 691-3200 ext. 32

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