E-Waste Systems expands free e-waste recycling services to greater Columbus area

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E-Waste Systems expands free e-waste recycling services to greater Columbus area

By Greentech Lead America: E-Waste Systems, a global
provider of e-waste related services, announced the expansion of its free
e-waste recycling service to individuals and institutions in the greater
Columbus area. E-Waste Systems’ Ohio subsidiary Tech Columbus will collect and
recycle the e-waste from the area.

“We recently teamed up with Tech Columbus as their
preferred e-waste recycler and our newest event during Earth Week resulted in
many truckloads and nearly 5,000 pounds of e-waste collected in just a few
hours of work. We have agreed to make monthly weekend collection events an
integral part of our service and to complement that with free drop-off at our
e-waste plant every weekday,” said Martin Nielson, CEO of E-Waste Systems.

EWSI’s core strategy is designed to mix environmental
responsibility with professional management, selective acquisitions and
partnerships with organizations led by executives whose teams bring
complementary services and necessary geographies together with an excellent
customer base. The company expects to leverage these by implementing new
business development initiatives and by embracing Fair-Trade E-Waste recycling

As the e-waste regulations
are the most stringent in the world, EWSI aims to be a leading provider of
e-waste related services in key jurisdictions globally. As legislation
increasingly mandates that e-waste can no longer be landfilled the collection
and recovery industry is also highly fragmented. EWSI considers these elements
as an attractive environment for its buy, build and upgrade strategy.

E-Waste Systems in pact with Zak Enterprises to provide
international customer services

Recently, E-Waste Systems tied up with Zak
Enterprises to expand its geographic coverage with immediate customer
services. The new agreement will allow seamless, best-in-class service delivery
to customers of both companies with consistent, high quality standards. 
Product has already begun flowing from Zak customers
in Europe through EWSI’s network with more expected to follow.


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