Electronic Recycling Association opening computer recycling depots in Seattle and San Jose as Electronic Reusing Association

Electronic Recycling Association opening computer recycling depots in Seattle and San Jose as Electronic Reusing Association

Canadian Industry Leading E- waste Organization Announces a major milestone for 2019

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SEATTLE, Oct. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The Electronic Recycling Association (ERA) is proud to announce a major milestone for January 2019, when they will be branching out to the US market under the name Electronic Reusing Association. ERA will be located in Seattle and San Jose with opportunities to expand even further over the next few years. Currently, this Non-Profit Organization has operated throughout the last 14 years in Canada (Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon, Montreal, Winnipeg and Toronto) so it is no shock that they are expanding this incredible service to the US.

The Electronic Recycling Association (ERA) has been reducing unnecessary e-waste and its adverse environmental contribution through the recovery, refurbishment and donation of electronic and IT equipment since 2004 in Canada. The Electronic Reusing Association will act as ERA's sister company in the US, this US organization plans to replicate the success and achievements of their sister company. Their mission statement will be to reduce electronic waste and the negative impact it has on our environment, and to reuse unwanted computers and related electronic equipment through recovery, refurbishment and computer donation programs.

"Opening an ERA office in the US has been a dream of mine for quite some time and to be fortunate to open not one but two offices starting in January is just phenomenal," said Bojan Paduh, Founder and President of the Electronic Recycling Association. "Over the years I have noticed a major niche in the market for a company like ERA to operate in the US. We, as a team, are really excited to see where this journey takes us and look forward to creating meaningful relationships that prosper throughout the US over the coming years."

The weeks leading up to the grand opening, ERA will be announcing the details for the opening of these two facilities. Media will be allowed to attend on the day of the event.

About the Electronic Reusing Association (ERA)
Established in 2004, ERA is a non-profit organization committed to reducing the environmental impact of improperly discarded toxic electronic waste by offering accessible services to help corporations and individuals manage their retiring IT assets. ERA offers industry leading data erasure services, prompt and professional corporate pickup services and detailed reporting. With reuse being ERA's top priority, every item that is received is examined for any remaining productive life and, if possible, refurbished for reuse. True end of life items are transferred to accredited recyclers where a nil landfill contribution can be assured. ERA is committed to supporting local charities and individuals in need through their comprehensive, Canada-wide technology donation program. For more information, please visit http://www.electronicreusingassociation.us

SOURCE Electronic Recycling Association

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