TAMPA, FL – Creative Recycling is honored to be highlighted in the January 2008 issue of National Geographic Magazine. The article, “High Tech Trash,” spotlights Creative Recycling’s state-of-the-art electronics processing system, calling it the “new, more responsible direction for the flow of (e-waste).” The online version of the story is available at the following link:
You can also download a PDF version of the full story here:
National Geographic highlights the growing concern for the millions of tons of end-of-life electronic equipment exported each year to developing countries. These electronic devices contain lead and other heavy metals that need to be handling properly. Creative Recycling’s unique processing system can handle 150 million pounds of end-of-life electronic equipment a year. This process converts obsolete electronic equipment into environmentally safe and reusable commodities; the true, responsible solution to this global problem.
“It’s truly an amazing honor to be recognized in National Geographic Magazine for being part of the solution to a global environmental problem of such magnitude,” stated Jon Yob, CEO & founder of Creative Recycling.
You can check out the full article photo gallery at National Geographic web site
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