CTL Adds Customers to Electronics Recycling Program

The company has recycled more than one million pounds of waste and signed four local companies to its e-recycling program.
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Portland, OR--Retronics, an electronics recycling division of Computer Technology Link (CTL), has recycled more than one million pounds of waste and signed four local companies to immediately implement its e-recycling program.

Logitech of Longview, WA, Melvin Mark Properties, Terrace Towers of Portland, and Les Schwab of Prineville, OR bring to more than 50, the number of customers taking advantage of this very important service.

"We value the ease in which this program allows us to responsibly dispose of our e-waste," said Leza Hiemann, general manager of Bank of America Financial Center Building, Portland, Oregon. "Retronics delivers several large recycling bins to our site, and picks up our recycling on a regular basis and by request, requiring very little work on our end."

The Retronics e-waste recycling program enhances and improves its customers' sustainable business practices by conserving resources, reducing environmental and public health impacts and protecting worker safety.

"By partnering with Retronics, these companies are committed to executing and promoting e-waste recycling," said Erik Stromquist, executive vice president of CTL. "The amount of waste we've recycled through Retronics is evidence of the growing number of businesses investing in their communities by taking responsibility for their e-waste."

Visit, www.retronics.org

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