New 9,000 sq ft facility to process e-scrap
Holland, MI (December 23, 2015) – PADNOS, a full service recycling company practicing sensible sustainability for over 100 years, is pleased to announce a significant expansion of its electronics recycling facility. The new facility, located in Wyoming, Michigan, is just over 9,000 square feet and will meet R2 certification requirements, the highest standard in the electronics industry.
“Our electronics recycling business was growing and we knew it was time to expand our square footage,” commented Sam Padnos, PADNOS’s e-scrap expert. “The new facility is operationally efficient, offers the best possible working conditions for our e-scrap team members, and provides secure data destruction services for our customers.”
The PADNOS e-scrap experts work with manufacturing companies, large and small businesses, municipalities, and governmental agencies as well as individuals to provide environmentally responsible solutions for the disposition of old IT assets. The PADNOS process provides for the secure destruction of both personal and corporate IT assets.
Founded in 1905, PADNOS is a family-owned and operated business, creating innovative recycling solutions and managing scrap products for industrial and commercial accounts with accuracy and efficiency. The company recycles paper, plastics, ferrous, and non-ferrous metals, as well as e-scrap at its 20 locations in Michigan and throughout the United States.
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