ESC 2016 Sponsors and Exhibitors

E-Scrap 2016
Sponsors and Exhibitors

Platinum Sponsor    Gold Sponsor     Silver Sponsor

ADE, Inc.
Chicago, Illinois

Booth #413/415

The FlexNStretch family of single-pack packaging from ADE is designed to deliver the product protection required in today’s shipping world without the storage, environmental, labor and ease of use or cost problems that are directly associated with more traditional foam packaging products. No matter how fragile the product, companies can count on the FlexNStretch family of packaging to deliver the necessary protection.

Advanced Design Corp
Fremont, California

Booth #414

With over 20 years of experience, Advanced Design Corp specializes in data recovery and erasure and is a leading manufacturer of hard disk drive and magnetic tapes degaussers. The company's products are listed in NSA Degausser Evaluated Product List to meet DoD, federal, state, financial and health care security requirements.

Aeris Protective Packaging
Montreal QC Canada

Booth #402

AERIS offers an eco-friendly and cost-effective inflatable air-chamber packaging designed to protect valuable products. Whether its laptops, cell phones or electronics, their proprietary air-chamber packaging ensures they reach their destination intact. AERIS is committed to being innovative in its use of technology to bring meaningful improvement to their customers, and to the planet as a whole.

All In Metal LLC
Ontario, California

Booth #302

All In Metal focuses on creating a greener future for the world. The company recycles all types of materials, from non-ferrous metals to discarded e-scrap.

Allegheny Shredders
Delmont, Pennsylvania

Booth #1206

As the premier manufacturer of high-capacity shredding systems, Allegheny has made a commitment to provide everything the customer needs for secure destruction of products, e-scrap, hard drives, computers, electronics, and other digital media.

American Pulverizer Company
St. Louis, Missouri

Booth #913

American Pulverizer Company builds and sells over 700 different models of size-reduction and liberation equipment, including slow speed shredders, ring liberators, plastic granulators and more.  American Pulverizer Company can supply a single machine or complete systems that include conveyors, controls and separation equipment.

Ameri-Shred Corp
Alpena, Michigan

Booth #918

Ameri-Shred is an OEM with equipment and system solutions for the destruction of SSDs, hard drives and other assorted e-scrap. The company is a leader in digital data destruction equipment.

Glens Falls, New York

Booth #906

Based in Germany, ANDRITZ MeWa is a part of the ANDRITZ Group and has been developing and building shredding and crushing machines as well as turnkey recycling plants for many applications for over 30 years. The company's equipment is used to process electrical and electronic scrap, refrigerators, metal composite materials, domestic and industrial waste, old tires, and oil filters as well as organic waste for biogas plants.

ARCA World Logistics
Long Beach, California

Booth #616

ARCA World Logistics is a licensed ocean freight forwarder and logistics company offering door-to-door global services. The firm's experience shipping waste commodities allows it to contract the most cost-effective solutions for customers' international and domestic transportation needs. This includes import and export services to all global destinations. ARCA manages details from bookings, pick-ups and insurance to documentation, customs filings and ultimately, delivery.

Atola Technology
White Rock, British Columbia

Booth #202

Atola Technology designs and manufacturers the Atola Disk Recycler, a stand-alone, four-port, high-speed (up to 28GB/min), script-driven hard drive tester, wiper and repairer for professional recycling of SAS, SATA and IDE drives. Up to 200 Recyclers can also be centrally managed from one PC.

Aurubis AG
Buffalo, New York

Booth #614

Aurubis is currently celebrating its 150th anniversary in the metals business. It is the leading integrated copper group and the world’s largest copper recycler. The company is also a world leader in recycling precious metals and other non-ferrous commodities – which contributes to raw material security and environmental protection. Aurubis's core business is the production of marketable copper cathodes from copper concentrates, copper scrap and recycling raw materials.

Bano Recycling SRL
Campodarsego,  Italy

Booth #307

Bano Recycling shredders are suitable for processing various kinds of materials and wastes: light metal scrap (ferrous and non-ferrous), municipal solid waste, industrial and hospital waste, plastic materials (PET, HDPE, film, PP), e-scrap, tires, copper waste, plastic and metal tanks, electric and high tension cables, textiles, paper, wood and more.

Belmont Trading Company
Buffalo Grove, Illinois

Established in 1988, Belmont Trading Company is a global leader in secure and sustainable reuse and recycling solutions. The business offers innovative, full-service asset management and value recovery services for all types of materials, including whole units, components, and scrap across the mobile device, computing, telecom network, consumer electronics and battery industries.

BESA Equipment
Lower Gwynedd, Pennsylvania

Booth #919

BESA installs complete turnkey E-scrap shredding and sorting systems engineered by the company. The products feature the industry's best quality, fit, finish and competitive pricing. Standard systems range from fully automated for high-volume processors to basic systems for smaller organizations. Dust control, fire control and attention to worker safety are critical design features incorporated in all systems.

BG Metal Trade Inc.
Colon, Panama

Booth #911

BG Metal Trade Inc. Is a company founded with the objective of placing itself highly in the e-scrap recovery and final disposition business, offering the uppermost quality service to its customers and providers. Its main office is located in Panama, which has allowed the company to build a solid business network by taking advantage of a privileged geographical position and an excellent infrastructure for international trade.

Rotkreuz, Switzerland

Booth #315

BLUBOX technology revolutionizes the recycling of the growing volumes of e-scrap and lamps. The equipment can be used to process flat panel displays, lamps or both waste streams simultaneously, offering very flexible and customized usage. The BLUBOX machine is an all-in-one solution integrated in a 40-foot container, and it meets the highest safety standards.

Boliden Smelters
Skelleftehamn, Sweden

Booth #1125/1223

Boliden is a metals company with a commitment to sustainable development. The company’s roots are Nordic, but its business is global. The firm’s core competence is within the fields of exploration, mining, smelting and metals recycling. Boliden's five smelters refine metal concentrates and other raw materials, such as electronic scrap, metal scrap, metal ashes and scrap car batteries, to produce both pure metals and customized alloys.

BOMET Recovery LLC
Albion, New York

Booth #406

BOMET provides electronic recycling services, including data destruction, scrap metal segregation, precious metal recovery from circuit boards, and specialty alloy recovery.
Rochester, Minnesota

Booth #1108/1110 is the largest, most widely used trading platform for IT, telecom, printer and point-of-sale professionals. The company is committed to helping users do safe and better business. The service has over 3,500 paying companies that together search for parts an average of 190,000 times per day.

Bunting Magnetics Co.
Newton Kansas

Booth #1207

No matter what clients recycle – plastics, glass, rubber, e-scrap, municipal and more. Bunting Magnetics Co. is the most innovative complete resource for material handling conveyors, magnetic separation and metal detection equipment in the market. The company has expanded its product line to include a new eddy current separator and high-intensity pulleys for separation.

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Booth #1307

CHWMEG, Inc. is a nonprofit trade association representing over 780 member enterprises. Member support includes comprehensive reviews of waste and recycling vendors, e-scrap processors and spent material processors worldwide. CHWMEG’s members receive high-quality, detailed, objective information concerning potential business risk at reviewed facilities. A unique cost-sharing approach leads to significant member savings while increasing the level of available facility detail – cumulative member savings of over $51 million have been documented.

Randallstown, Maryland

Booth #412

Since 1988, CoastTec has focused its business on the purchase, repair, refurbishment, reconditioning, reuse and resale of American Power Conversion (APC) uninterruptable power supplies (UPS). CoastTec is the only R2: 2013- and RIOS-certified refurbisher of APC UPS units and the only company authorized by APC to re-manufacture and resell certified pre-owned APC UPS units in the U.S. CoastTec has created a downstream reuse channel for e-scrap recycling entities and asset management companies providing an alternative solution to dismantling and scrapping units with reuse potential.

Cohen Electronics
Middletown OH

Booth #508

Cohen Electronics is an innovative leader in electronics recycling, helping clients maximize material recovery with a state-of-the-art shredding system. Cohen Electronics holds five certifications, including e-Stewards and R2 and specializes in cable boxes, IT equipment and circuit board brokering.

Colt Refining and Recycling
Merrimack, New Hampshire

Booth #807/809

Colt Refining, Inc. operates the largest fully permitted precious metals refining facility on the East Coast.  It's designed to process all types of precious metal-bearing materials and includes state-of-the-art thermal oxidizing systems, induction melting equipment, milling/blending/sampling process equipment and chemical processing lines. Colt Recycling, the e-scrap processing division of Colt Refining, Inc., is the largest processor of scrap electronics in the Northeast.  Colt Recycling purchases e-scrap commodities (boards, memory, processors, drives and more) on an outright basis.

Computer Associates
Smithfield, Rhode Island

Booth #615

Computer Associates’ NAV for E-Scrap Recycling Software is designed to increase e-scrap processing efficiency, maximize precious metal recovery and improve inventory visibility and control. Used by some of the biggest names in the e-scrap recycling industry, this flexible business management software is based on Microsoft’s Dynamics, a fully integrated, multi-language ERP solution. The company has added to this platform with integrated modules that improve metals management and lot tracking from the receipt of e-scrap to final settlement.

CycleLution, Inc.
Diamond Bar, California

Booth #404

CycleLution provides cloud-based software to over 140 ITAD and OEM facilities in the United States.

CyclePoint from SourceAmerica
Vienna, Virginia

Booth #507

CyclePoint from SourceAmerica offers complete electronics recycling services for government agencies looking to manage old electronics consistently across all locations. The organization complies with government regulations and industry standards, all while creating jobs for people with disabilities.

DestructData, Inc.
Haverhill, Massachusetts

Booth #908

DestructData is the largest independent, full-scope data destruction solution provider, with solutions including integrated, industrial wiping systems; professional erasure software; and methods of media destruction and degaussing.  The company's expertise includes implementation of standards-based quality control practices, compliance consulting and data center HDD RMA value recovery solutions.

New York, New York

Booth #1218

Dowa has over 120 years of experience in mining, smelting and refining, and the company's focus is to realize precious metal closed loop recycling. Advanced metal extraction technology enables Dowa to extract 22 metal elements at the Kosaka smelter and Akita Zinc in Japan. Dowa's effort to maximize metal recovery and environmental best practices is widely recognized. The company contributes to a recycling-oriented society through Dowa's worldwide network and broad range of recycling capabilities.

Dynamic Recycling
Onalaska, Wisconsin

Booth #907

Dynamic Recycling is a full service IT asset disposition, electronics recycling, scrap purchasing, and data security corporation located in Onalaska, Wisconsin and Nashville, Tennessee. Since 2007, Dynamic Recycling has become an industry leader by building solid relationships with clients through integrity and delivering high-quality services. From global e-scrap purchasing and full spectrum ITAD services to large scale de-manufacturing, Dynamic Recycling provides customers with cost-effective, environmentally sustainable, confidential solutions in processing electronic assets.

Seattle, Washington

Booth #608

Stop by the e-Stewards Booth to learn how being a certified e-Stewards certified recycler or refurbisher can increase revenue by connecting a company with e-Stewards Enterprises such as: LG, Samsung, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Boeing, Staples and many more that prefer e-Stewards vendors. Speak with e-Stewards administrators and certified recyclers/refurbishers, who will answer questions about costs and steps to get certified to the highest certification standard for used electronics.

E-Tech Management USA  
Columbus, Ohio 

Booth #909

E-Tech Management is a company with global sourcing in the electronics recycling industry. Electronic scrap materials are processed to determine precious metal content by various metallurgical steps, including shredding, grinding, screening and smelting, which completely destroys the electronic components and data to produce clean and segregated materials. All materials that are deemed hazardous are disposed of by the firm in accordance with all federal, state and local laws. The company exceeds environmental, management and work safety requirements, and it is certified to the ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and RIOS standards.

eCycle Florida
Tampa, Florida

Booth # 208

E-scrap firm eCycle Florida is an eco-friendly organization formed in 2012 and is dedicated to the disposal of office, communications, and IT infrastructure by recycling used electronics. The company strives to keep the Tampa Bay community in mind in all aspects of business and is involved in a number of locally based projects.

Eldan Inc.
Sanborn, New York

Booth #1106

Eldan Recycling is recognized as a world leader in supplying equipment for profitable recycling. The company is proud to offer equipment developed based on 60 years of experience, manufactured in the company's own factory and delivered to several hundred satisfied customers worldwide. The equipment and recycling solutions are aimed at processing tires, cable, electronics (WEEE) and industrial waste.

Electronics Reuse Conference
Chicago, Illinois

Booth #1309

In its 13th year, the Electronics Reuse Conference will continue to provide the opportunity for people around the world working in the areas of computer refurbishment and repair, asset management, electronics recycling and digital inclusion to come together to network, build business relationships, discuss best practices and learn new techniques for refurbishing and recycling electronics efficiently and cost effectively.

Elemetal Recycling
Carrollton, Texas

Booth #212

Elemetal Recycling is an end-of-life electronic recycler that processes electronic waste and hazardous materials. The company buys on a per-pound or refining basis, depending on quality and volume.

Engineered Recycling Systems LLC
Atlanta, Georgia

Booth #1213

Engineered Recycling Systems designs and installs environmentally friendly e-scrap processing systems designed to fully recover and separate marketable metals and plastic commodities.

Environmental Office Solutions
East Hartford, Connecticut

Booth #1025/1123

Environmental Office Solutions provides custom-tailored, comprehensive, closed-loop recycling and end-of-life asset recovery programs for large corporations and small businesses alike. The company specializes in recycling empty toner cartridges, inkjet cartridges and cellphones.

Environmental Reclaim LLC.
Columbus, Ohio

Booth #1021

Environmental Reclaim (ER) operates a 221,000-square-foot, certified electronic recycling facility and is focused on becoming one of the leading full-service recycling companies in the nation.  Being certified to R2, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001, the company is committed to adhering to the strict standards of environmentally friendly recycling.  ER's comprehensive services include recycling and shredding troublesome, dangerous electronic materials such as copiers, inkjet and laser printers, hard drives, battery backups, mice and keyboards, modems, cable boxes and even back-up generators.  Large or small, if clients want a product destroyed, ER can do the job with two industrial size shredders that can handle 30 tons per hour.

Erdwich Zerkleinerungssysteme GmbH
Kaufering, Germany

Booth #1310

ERDWICH is a highly-specialized engineering and manufacturing company working in recycling and shredder technology. Their core competencies are shredding machinery, turnkey systems and comprehensive services. Whether recycling metal swarf, WEEE scrap, refrigeration plant, substitute fuels or cardboard, they can offer solutions to those needs.

Victor, New York

Since 1995, EWASTE+, formerly Regional Computer Recycling & Recovery, has become the trusted electronics recycling partner for a variety of organizations that value the importance of a secure, safe and transparent process. EWASTE+ offers a full spectrum of technology life-cycle management services with a focus on electronics recycling, data destruction and value recovery.

Extreme Protocol Solutions
Uxbridge, Massachusetts

Booth #816

With 20 years in the storage industry, Extreme Protocol's solutions are used in data centers, engineering labs and manufacturing floors across the planet. Whether clients need to erase entire frames, drive enclosures or just wipe a hard drive, the company's data erasure experts can provide cost-effective, fully automated solutions to save time and money while giving customers the peace of mind that comes from an industry leader.

First America Metal Corp
Morris, Illinois

Booth #1212

First America Metal Corporation (FAMC) is one of the top metal and electronics scrap recycling companies in the world. With multiple domestic and international locations, the company is poised to compete aggressively for business and seeks commercial and industrial clients. FAMC is a proud member of ISRI and the National Demolition Association, and its Chicago location is certified to the R2:2013, ISO9001:2008, ISO14001:2004, ISO18001:2007 and AQSIQ standards. The company is primarily a buyer of non-ferrous metals with specialization in copper content and high-temp alloys and also purchases a wide variety of working and non-working e-scrap items.

Gannon & Scott
Cranston, Rhode Island

Booth #1312

Gannon & Scott is a service provider of refining, reclamation and physical/intellectual property destruction for precious metal-bearing scrap. Facilities in Arizona and Rhode Island provide geographic advantages for customers worldwide. The company is ITAR registered, CHWMEG approved, ISO 9001-certified and zero discharge. Leading-edge refining technologies, stringent environmental standards, superior returns and customer service all help the company advance the industry’s standards.

GEEP (Global Electric Electronic Processing)
Barrie, Ontario

Booth #814

Global Electric Electronic Processing is a leader in managing the complete life cycles of electric and electronic assets. GEEP enables the safe and secure reuse of electronics through 100 percent data erasure and/or destruction of sensitive data and total landfill diversion when products are at their end of life. The company's mission is to eliminate the environmental impact of electronics technology through innovative and continuously improving processes.

Glassico Displays America
San Diego, California

Booth #612

Glassico is one of the largest CRT/monitor/display device dismantling and glass-to-glass processing facilities in the world. Glassico, with its recycling partners, processes CRT glass in a manner that enables the display devices to be reusable downstream. Glassico has quickly become the environmental partner of choice for many recyclers from coast to coast.

Glencore Recycling
Toronto, Ontario

Booth #1018/1020

Glencore is one of the world’s largest global diversified natural resource companies, with over 50 years of experience in the recycling industry. Glencore is among the world’s largest recyclers of electronics as well as complex secondary copper and precious metal-bearing materials. Glencore is well positioned as a leading industry solution within North America.

Gold Standard Telecom 
Vista, California

Booth #203

Gold Standard Telecom specializes in contract refurbishment and resale. Focusing on large volume wholesale VOIP office phones and PBX systems, the company's refurbishment process targets the top brands in the industry. Gold Standard carries the top brands in the industry, including Cisco, Avaya, Nortel and Shoretel. The business is committed to providing the best possible experience for its corporate clients to ensure repeat business..

Greeneye Partners
Apple Valley, Minnesota

Booth #1009

Greeneye Partners conducts comprehensive EH&S downstream due diligence audits for the electronics recycling and refurbishment industry. Audits meet the requirements of EPEAT, R2 and e-Stewards standards. Greeneye also offers cost-effective and integrated QEH&S management system design, implementation and auditing services for e-Stewards, R2, RIOS, NAID, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 and ISO 9001. It also offers online webinar training or on-site training courses. The curriculum includes overview, implementation, auditing and downstream due diligence for e-Stewards, R2, RIOS, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 and ISO 9001.

Hanwa Co. Ltd.
Irvine, California

Booth #912

Hanwa is one of the largest raw materials trading houses in Japan, specializing in electronic scrap for precious metals and copper recovery. The company was established in 1947 and has over 75 offices worldwide.

Hellatron S.p.A.
Pogliano Milanese  Italy

Booth #1321

Hellatron Recycling Division is an Italian company active in the development and distribution of innovative recycling solutions. Their range of services includes several waste streams such as MSW, solar panels, alkaline batteries and mostly electrical and electronic equipment. Additionally, the company has developed the first process in the world capable of fully recovering the lead inside the CRT glass using a cold hydro-metallurgical technology.

HOBI International
Dallas, Texas

Booth #821

HOBI International, Inc., is a leading IT and mobile asset management and electronics recycling company focused on corporate IT and data and telecommunications infrastructure. An R2- and ISO 14001-certified firm, HOBI leads the electronics recycling industry in best practices for recycling and commodities recovery.

HVF Precious Metals LLC
Tucson, Arizona

Booth #416/418

HVF Precious Metals specializes in the recovery of precious metals from electronics, plated components and plate/strip solutions. They also specialize in destruction of sensitive materials for their armed services and defense contractors. With an in-house Assay Lab, HVF Precious Metals is able to efficiently pay in 30 days of the material entering their facility.

Birrwil, Switzerland

Booth #1121

ICM AG is the organizer of the 16th International Electronics Recycling Congress (IERC 2017), which is taking place Jan. 17-20, 2017 in Salzburg, Austria. IERC 2017 is the recycling industry’s most important event in Europe, bringing together over 500 international experts: producers, recyclers, equipment manufacturers, recycling associations, standards bodies, refurbishers, NGOs, regulators and many more. Registration includes entrance to an exhibition with over 60 booths as well as panel discussions, workshops, plant tours, a networking dinner and more.

San Luis Obispo, California

Booth #422/423/522

California-based iFixit is the free online repair manual for everything. The group empowers millions of people to repair their broken goods every month, and it powers repair
and parts recovery operations for recyclers around the world. The iFixit aim is to fix the world, one broken gadget at a time.

Immark Technology AG
Regensdorf, Switzerland

Booth #1023

Immark Technology is a solution provider for e-scrap recycling, delivering complete plants as well as single modules and services. Since 1985, Immark has run its own plants and created new ones for clients. This combined knowhow enables the company to provide independent analysis and the best suitable solution for each customer. Clients get help developing a business plan, drafting process design, establishing a recycling plant, training employees, and ramping up production from one experienced partner.

Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI)
Washington, D.C.

Booth #1013

The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, Inc. (ISRI) is the "voice of the recycling industry."  ISRI represents more than 1,600 companies in 21 chapters nationwide that process, broker and consume scrap commodities, including metals, paper, plastics, glass, rubber, electronics and textiles. With headquarters in Washington, D.C., the organization provides education, advocacy and compliance training and promotes public awareness of the vital role recycling plays in the U.S. economy, global trade, the environment and sustainable development.

Monticello, Minnesota

Booth #609/611

IRT has grown into a global competitor that processes millions of pounds each month of circuit boards, e-scrap, auto catalysts, and non-ferrous and ferrous metals out of a modest 10-acre, 70 employee facility. Strong customer focus has helped IRT continue to grow rapidly, even in the midst of recent economic downturns. IRT strives to develop custom-fit, long-lasting and mutually beneficial relationships with customers.

Hayward, California

Booth #910

JB MICRO Inc. is involved in buying and selling of used/access inventory, LCDs and computer/laptop parts and systems.

J K A Logistics
The Woodlands, Texas

Booth #813

J K A Logistics specializes in what is often referred to as “white glove service” by its customers. Handling pick-ups across the U.S., Canada, South America and the Caribbean, the company picks up loose electronics, then packs and ships it as requested. The ability to track the status of each order is available online. To learn more about the services the company offers, come by and visit its booth in the E-Scrap 2016 exhibit hall.

JT Environmental Consulting
Orlando,  Florida

Booth #819

Offering consulting catered to fit all needs of clients, JT Environmental has for over a decade been assisting organizations with data destruction, data sanitization, e-scrap and reuse while helping them obtain and maintain compliance to their certifications. The firm performs internal, compliance, downstream audits as well as ergonomic evaluations. It also provides OSHA/EPA mitigation.

JX Nippon Mining & Metals
Chandler, Arizona

Booth #1120

JX Nippon Mining & Metals is a world-leading company in the field of non-ferrous metals, dedicated to being a global resources and materials corporation with copper as its main product area. The company efficiently recovers copper, precious metals and rare metals from various kinds of recycled materials found in end-of-life home appliances and electronics products.The company collects materials from North America while developing markets throughout the world.

Kuusakoski Recycling
Plainfield, Illinois

Booth #920

Kuusakoski is one of the world’s largest and most reputable recyclers of metal and electronics, with operations spanning nine countries. The company provides cost-effective, environmentally responsible recycling services to e-scrap collectors and recyclers, enterprises, small businesses, nonprofits, original equipment manufacturers, and municipalities.

Leavitt Group
San Diego, California

Booth #1010

The Leavitt Group is one of the largest privately held risk management and insurance brokerage firms in the U.S. with more than 125 offices. Ross Fields heads a risk practice team specializing in e-waste and scrap industries. Available nationwide and in some countries outside the U.S., this practice has local resources for clients of all types.

LSoft Technologies Inc.
Mississauga, Ontario

Booth #318

LSoft Technologies Inc. is the company behind the world-class disk sanitation software solution Active@ KillDisk. With over 15 years of dedication to data security, LSoft provides software solutions for top recyclers, corporations, healthcare professionals and commercial clients. This summer LSoft launched the hardware data sanitation solution KillDisk Desktop. As the most affordable and feature-packed hardware solution on the market, its release is exciting news for the e-recycling community.

Makor ERP
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Booth #1219

Makor Solutions has established itself as the premier ERP software provider in the IT asset disposition and e-scrap recycling market for almost 10 years. In addition to offering a plethora of industry-specific consulting services, its flagship product, the Makor ERP, is helping customers around the globe process better, sell quicker and stay ahead via state-of-the-art tools that automate and control the complex process of asset recovery and1 e-scrap recycling.

McLanahan Corporation
Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania

Booth #1221

McLanahan offers complete engineering, design and manufacturing of materials recovery facilities for the MSW, single-stream, commercial, construction and demolition, and waste-to-energy industries. The company specializes in glass recycling systems, e-scrap (WEEE), trommel screens, disc screens, ballistic separators, shredders, optical sorters, density separators and more. Founded in 1835, McLanahan provides custom-engineered solutions from its locations in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.

MediaClone, Inc.
Reseda, California

Booth #309

MediaClone specializes in the design and manufacture of stand-alone drive eraser hardware solutions. The SuperWiper line of products offers extremely fast drive-erase units that have been widely used widely in the recycling industry. The application supports multi-erase parallel operation and is compliant with NIST 800-88 when used with DoD, Security Erase, or Enhanced Security Erase protocols.

Memory Dogg   
Cherry Hill, New Jersey

Booth #1311

Since 2001, Memory Dogg has taken great pride in being a quality provider of computer memory of all kinds. The firm specializes in trailing edge technology, buying and selling parts that have been rescued from used computers and servers. Everything the company buys and sells is considered for reuse first:  Working modules get reused in machines, while non-working modules and chips on boards are reused as chips on new working modules or as board-level components in other applications. Recovered scrap memory gets recycled in an environmentally responsible manner by the company's R2-certified partners, and those relationships are built on trust and performance.

Mentor Electronics Marketing
Mentor, Ohio

Booth #312

Mentor Electronics Marketing specializes in pinless CPUs/processors and memory modules (RAM) in working or non-working condition from PC, laptop, and server machines. Their experienced staff, unique processes, global market knowledge, and sales expertise have made the company successful. The firm delivers value to its clients in terms of additional dollar revenue while lowering the labor, opportunity, equipment, and facilities costs of attempting to handle the material in house.

Metal Conversion Technologies LLC
Cartersville, Georgia

Booth #407/409

Metal Conversion Technologies (MCT) is a family-owned and -operated business known for providing superior customer service. In 2003, MCT established its battery recycling facility just 40 miles north of Atlanta in Cartersville, Georgia. In eight years, MCT has recycled more than 9,500 tons of batteries and is on track to recycle an additional 2,600 tons this year. With over 50 years of battery manufacturing and recycling, engineering and material-handling knowledge, MCT utilizes its patented induction melt technology to produce stainless remelt alloy from metal components in batteries. The recycled product is a highly sought after commodity in the U.S. stainless steel marketplace.

Metallica Commodities Corp
White Plains, New York

Booth #514

Weee Metallica, commissioned in 2011, is the first plant exclusively dedicated to the recycling of printed circuit boards in an environmentally responsible manner. The site is located in the heart of Europe, with a capacity to process 30,000 tons of PCBs. Weee Metallica is a global player, purchasing PCBs from all corners of the world. Their competitive pricing and state-of-the-art sampling tower provide customers with maximum accountability and transparency.

Microsoft Registered Refurbisher Program
Chicago, Illinois

Microsoft Refurbished PC program members offer additional value because they pre-install genuine Microsoft software, provide data wiping security services, and use environmentally sustainable best practices when refurbishing computers. Many refurbished PCs can run the Windows 7 operating system, which makes a PC simpler and daily tasks easier. With Windows 7 and Windows Live Services, Microsoft Refurbisher program members offer a complete refurbished PC solution at a great value. The Microsoft Refurbisher programs have been welcomed by thousands of refurbishers around the world, allowing them to enjoy the benefits of selling refurbished PCs with genuine Microsoft software.

Mitsubishi Materials Corporation
Tokyo, Japan

Mitsubishi Materials Corporation is one of the biggest E-Scrap recycling companies in the world. Their technology provides the most efficient recycling of copper and precious metals. Through their recycling operations, Mitsubishi Materials is working to achieve a sustainable society.

Greenville, South Carolina

Booth #213

MODRoto designs and manufactures rotomolded plastic products using the most sophisticated rotational molding systems in the world and is the 16th largest plastics rotational molder in the U.S. MODRoto offers a wide range of rugged, durable and long lasting recycling carts and containers, including the Poly-Trux 54P and 50P series electronics waste recycling carts. MODRoto has four manufacturing plants across America: Saddle Brook, N.J.; La Mirada, Calif.; Ashtabula, Ohio; and Madison, Ind. (headquarters).

Moley Magnetics, Inc.
Lockport, New York

Booth #513

Moley Magnetics, Inc. is a manufacturer and supplier offering a complete inventory of magnets, shears, grapples, track pads and specialty services such as rebuilding, fabrication and maintenance. The company provides a full line of products to the scrap, demolition, railroad, recycling and distribution industries.

Montalbano Recycling
Carini, Italy

Booth #316

Montalbano Recycling is an Italian company specialized in the design and construction of eco-recycling technologies. The analysis of the operating process and the knowledge of new solutions for environmental protection are the characteristics which make Montalbano Recycling excelling in technical innovation and ecologic sensitivity. It allows the company to develop an ample, concrete and effective Know- How to create projects aimed at the realization of innovative and flexible installations. The installations are modern, practical, refined in details and above all safe according to the current legislation and laws.

MRP Co., Inc.
Cockeysville, Maryland

Booth #1007

Metal Recycling & Processing Co., Inc. (MRP Company) operates as a broker of precious metal and non-ferrous scrap. MRP also buys and sells tested, working electronics and utilizes a 40, 200-square-foot facility in Hunt Valley, Maryland. MRP is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year and is a RIOS, R2 and ISO 14001 certified company.

Nashville, Tennessee

Booth #808

MSS designs, manufactures and services automated sensor-based sorting equipment. In e-scrap applications, the company's optical sorters target fractions such as PCB, copper, wire, ferrous, non-ferrous, ABS, HIPS, PC and more.

National Association for Information Destruction (NAID)
Phoenix, Arizona

Booth #810

NAID is the nonprofit watchdog association for the information destruction industry. NAID improves the sales efforts of more than 1,900 members by providing tools for complying with all known data protection regulations. The NAID AAA certification, which is held by approximately 1,000 service providers on five continents, is now required in thousands of government and private service contracts.

Newport CH International
Orange, California

Booth #319

Established in 2003, Newport CH International has become the largest buyer of baled and shredded e-scrap plastics from North American e-scrap processors. The company buys baled computer housings, CRT housings and printer housings. Its e-scrap plastic shred can contain plastic housings for remotes, small electronics, TV housings, PC housings and much more. Newport CH International moves over 100,000 containers per year.

Newtech Recycling, Inc.
Somerset, New Jersey

Booth #921

Newtech Recycling, Inc. performs computer and electronics resale, recycling, dismantling and data destruction for private, commercial and governmental clients.

Hampton, New Hampshire

Booth #923

NextUse is an asset recovery solution provider managing excess or end-of-life IT assets. The company's goal is simple: to responsibly refurbish IT assets for next use. With safe and complete data destruction, its high quality process ensures that all products are securely erased and tested to ensure they operate at an optimal level. NextUse provides data destruction services under contract and currently processes over 40,000 drives per month.

Acton, Massachusetts

Booth #515

NQA’s is a partner for organizational success by servicing both large and small organizations with local attention and auditors who understand the culture and speak the language.

NSF International
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Booth #825

NSF International, leaders in environmental management systems certification, can handle all e-scrap recycling certification needs. The company offers certification to R2, RIOS and e-Stewards standards, as well landfill-free certification and verification of greenhouse gas emissions. Clients can be confident when working with an organization that has 70 years of standards, quality, safety and environmental management experience.

Nulife Glass
Dunkirk, New York

Booth #313

Nulife Glass has created a unique proprietary furnace technology to recycle and extract hazardous lead from CRTs. The first U.S. CRT recycling furnace is currently operating at Nulife’s site in Dunkirk, New York, with plans and permitting already underway for a second furnace at its’ Bristol Virginia facility. Both facilities are available to receive unbroken color CRT picture tubes and sorted glass from e-waste recyclers.

Open Recycling Inc.
Alpharetta, Georgia

Booth #308

Open Recycling Inc and China Partner are specialized on the scrap plastic recycling with a focus on ESR (Electronic Shredder Residue). Currently we recycle more than 10,000 metric tons of electronic shredder residue to make over 5,000 metric tons of recycled ABS and PS each month. With our unique process and years of practical experience in the area of electronic scrap plastic recycling, we can bring more profit to your company and also protect the environment. We are looking to buy ESR in large quantities and to sell recycled ABS and PS that meet EU standards. If you want profit more from the recycling, please join us!

Orion Registrar, Inc.
Arvada, Colorado

Booth #506

Orion Registrar is dedicated to client loyalty with thorough and fair auditing, the best pricing and excellent service. Orion provides certification for R2, RIOS, e-Stewards, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, ISO 9001, AS 9100, 9110, 9120, ISO 13485, TL 9000, SFI CoC, BIFMAe3, and VCAP. Auditing services for ISO 50001 and ISO 27001 are coming soon.

Ousei Kankyoshoji Co. LTD
Osaka, Japan

Booth #1306/1308

Ousei Kankyoshoji Co. LTD is an accredited refinery agent that sources precious metal-bearing materials in Japan. The materials are delivered to smelters for state-of-the-art refinery solutions. The company accepts various kinds of materials that contain precious metals, such as shredded or un-shredded e-scrap, from all over the world. Ousei offers recovery solutions, reasonable treatment charges, exceptional customer service and prepaid settlement services to help customers maximize metal returns.

Owl Plastics International Inc.
Brooklyn, New York

Booth #606

Owl Plastic is a full-service industrial plastic, metal and e-scrap recycling and exporting company, providing economical and flexible solutions for industrial recycling problems. Owl provides lower cost alternatives to process recycled materials.

Jacksonville, Florida

Booth #1313

For over 25 years, has been buying, recycling, refurbishing and reselling IT hardware. The company concentrates on reuse and handles a wide variety of IT hardware and business equipment, including impact printers, point-of-sale systems, LCD monitors, i-series PCs, overstocks, VOIP phones and business phone systems. PCLiquidations re-markets through efficient sales processes, allowing the company to pay more to businesses and fellow recyclers for viable equipment.

Perry Johnson Registrars Inc.
Troy, Michigan

Booth #1210

Perry Johnson offers accredited certification to ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, R2, RIOS, e-Stewards and more quality management standards. Contact the company at 800-800-7910 or for a project manager in your area.

PlanITROI, Inc.   
Denville, New Jersey

BOOTH # 1320

How can PlanITROI pay partners the most for working computing assets? It’s simple: PlanITROI sells directly to the next user through major retailers. PlanITROI uncovers and recovers the highest value for computing assets, allowing the company to offer top dollar for working computing equipment. Contact  for the company's updated “Want to Buy” list.

PN California Inc
Bellflower, California

Booth #1113

PN California, Inc. is engaged in IT asset disposal which includes refurbishing, reuse, re-marketing and Electronic recycling services. Customers looking to have their electronic waste removed can depend on the firm’s friendly and hard-working team to collect and properly recycle their electronic waste. Computers, TVs, monitors and other equipment are recycled or re-purposed as much as possible and they provide their customers with confidence that their end-of-life equipment will be recycled according to the rules and regulations set forth by the State of California.

Power E-Cycling
Hanover Township, Pennsylvania

Booth #305

Power E-Cycling buys used office equipment for reuse and R2 wide format. Targeted equipment includes engineering printers, copiers, scanners and more.

PowerSource Online    
Longueuil, Quebec

Booth #1318

PowerSource Online is one of the largest B2B computer, printer, networking and telecom exchanges, connecting buyers and sellers of IT parts. Since 1997, PowerSource Online has remained committed to providing quality sourcing and disposition solutions of hard-to-find, excess, discontinued, obsolete and end-of-life computer parts and systems. The exchange has a member base of over 2,000 firms, consisting of dealers, resellers, brokers and service companies.  PowerSource Online is a division of Mediagrif Interactive Technologies, a leading operator of seventeen e-business networks that serve over fifty thousand businesses worldwide.

Precision Grinding and Sharpening
Warsaw, Indiana

Booth #1319

Precision Grinding and Sharpening is the largest manufacturer of OEM replacement knives, spacers and cleaning fingers for high-torque, low-speed shredders in North America. Precision Grinding and Sharpening can re-build and re-sharpen all low-speed, high-torque shredder knives and spacers.

QML, Inc.
East Providence, Rhode Island

Booth #1112

QML, Inc. is a premier source for precious metal reclamation. QML's team of qualified professionals has the experience necessary to serve the total metal needs of clients. The company's global services save customers time, reduce risk and provide transparent reporting throughout the chain of custody.

Wilmington, Deleware|

BOOTH # 314

RazorERP is a cloud-based application designed to help recycling and resale operations scale and improve their ITAD services by organizing the order process, optimizing inventory management, automating digital marketing, and synchronizing e-commerce marketplaces.

Recycling E-Scrap, Inc.
Jacksonville, Florida

Recycling E-Scrap is committed to environmentally safe recycling of used electronics. Formerly Jack’s Recycling, Inc., the company was the first U.S. company to be EPA approved for CRT recycling. In addition to helping the state of Massachusetts establish its recycling program in the late 1990s, the company also copyrighted its own website in 1993, when its "We Pay You" program was started. Since 1993, the firm has recycled electronics in-house, diverting more than 30 million pounds of e-waste from landfills.

Regency Technologies
Twinsburg, Ohio

Booth #419

Regency Technologies offers the most comprehensive approach to IT asset management and electronics recycling services. Whether it be a Fortune 500 company, government agency, small business or consumer, Regency Technologies has the solution.

Reldan Metals Co., Div. of Abington Reldan Metals LLC
Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania

Booth #1208

Operating and handling precious metal scrap for over 35 years, Reldan Metals' state of the art, LEED-certified facility is certified to ISO 14001:2004, OHSAS 18001:2007, e-Stewards 2.0:2013, R2:2013 and GreenCircle. It is also CHWMEG reviewed and ITAR registered. The company's expertise, knowledge and skills help it serve many customers in an ever-changing industry. It provides the highest level of service for any precious metals recovery program.

Resource Recycling Inc.
Portland, Oregon

Booth #317

Resource Recycling Inc. is the publisher of three industry magazines – Resource Recycling, E-Scrap News and Plastics Recycling Update – and is the primary sponsor of the Resource Recycling Conference, the E-Scrap Conference and the Plastics Recycling Conference.

Washington, D.C.

Booth #1323

How can an electronics recycling company grow its bottom line, increase revenue, reduce business risk and boost its competitive advantage – all at the same time. The Recycling Industry Operating Standard (RIOS), the recycling industry’s management system standard for quality, environment, and health and safety (QEH&S) does exactly that. Specifically designed for the recycling industry, RIOS integrates the key operational elements of a robust management system, bringing quality, environmental and health and safety together into one streamlined system.

SAI Global
Toronto, Ontario Canada

Booth #408

SAI Global is a leading provider of auditing, training, and certification services for a variety of industry specific standards including eStewards, R2, RIOS, and many more. SAI Global experts guide clients through a range of specific and generic solutions to achieve compliance, manage and monitor risks, train staff, improve communications and transparency with suppliers, achieve certification, and implement quality management systems.

Schupan Electronics Recycling
Kalamazoo, Michigan

Booth #1008

Schupan is a direct-to-smelter electronics recycler that specializes in purchasing circuit boards, scrap RAM, cable boxes, complete towers, scrap laptops, and non-ferrous metals. Its payment terms are very competitive and its grading is transparent. The firm can assist in setting up transportation, and on-site visits are welcomed.

SDS Logistics   

Booth #1107

SDS Logistics Services manages Electronic Recyclers' trucking from coast-to-coast. Nationwide services include: Full Truckload, Drop-Trailers, LTL and Container Drayage to and from all U.S. ports. SDS specialty services include white glove pack-and-move and telecom de-installation logistics.

SERI - Home of the R2 Standard
Boulder, Colorado

Booth #509

SERI (Sustainable Electronics Recycling International) is the non-profit governing body for the R2 Standard – the leading global standard for electronics reuse and recycling. More than 600 companies operating in 21 countries have been certified to R2:2013, and conform to the best industry practices for protecting the environment, human health & safety, and data security.

Plymouth, Minnesota

Booth #617

Located in Minnesota with locations in Plymouth and Minneapolis, Serverworlds specializes in the purchase of large lots of IT equipment. The company offers specialized refurbishment in-house and actively resells to brokers and end users around the world. Serverworlds also purchases all types of data-center and work group hardware, and the company is always looking for additional sourcing and buying partners.

Sesotec Inc.
Bartlett, Illinois

Booth #1012

Sesotec is a world leading manufacturer and developer of inspection, separation and sorting systems. Sesotec systems are used in process, packaging and production in the specialized preparation of materials for recycling. Precision, intelligence and customer focus has been the guiding principles. As an independent organization established in 1976, its primary facility and commercial headquarters remain in Germany. This offers a level of consistency that continues through to company subsidiaries and encompasses all after-sales activities.

SGM Magnetics Corporation
Bradenton, Florida

Booth #925

SGM Magnetics, a world leader in magnetic and sensor technology, offers turnkey solutions for the recovery and cleaning of ferrous and non-ferrous metals within the recycling industry. SGM’s extensive experience includes applications in automotive shredders, incinerated ash, glass, wood, e-scrap and municipal waste recycling. SGM designs, manufactures and supplies eddy current separators, drum magnets, magnetic pulleys, overbelt magnets, density separators and sensor sorter separators, including patented dynamic sensors, color sorters and X-ray sorters.

SGS North America, Inc.
Rutherford, New Jersey

Booth #811

R2 certification by SGS provides a comprehensive review of an organization’s recycling management system. When partnering with SGS for certifications, clients benefit from the firm's global reputation as a leading provider of audits and certifications. SGS auditors thoroughly understand all aspects of electronics recycling as well as local and international environmental and health and safety issues and regulations. Organizations may elect to integrate R2 with the Recycling Industry Operating Standard (RIOS), and R2 can also be readily integrated with other management systems such as ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001.

ShivNet Inc.
Etiwanda, California

Booth #214

ShivNet Inc. is a Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher based in Southern California. Founded in 1999 by Shawn Chowdhry, ShivNet has evolved as a parts-distribution and wholesale company into a full-fledged refurbisher and remarketing company. As a Microsoft partner, ShivNet continues to sell its En-Tech brand refurbished PC and laptops on most marketplaces. ShivNet also owns eN-Secure, its own brand of CCTV surveillance kits. ShivNet continues to be a valued player in the industry and enjoys the relationships of major partners.

Cambridge, Ontario

Booth #1209/1211

Shred-Tech designs and manufactures custom reduction, recycling and shredding machinery for a variety of waste applications. Materials including e-scrap, metals, tires, documents, medical waste, plastics, wood and packaged products can be destroyed, size reduced and separated. With over 3500 systems installed worldwide, Shred-Tech is recognized globally for first-class products and a commitment to engineering innovation and quality.

Sigma Recycling, Inc.   
Norcross, Georgia

Booth # 306

Sigma Recycling, Inc., and associated company Gemini Corp. N.V., have more than 100 professionals around the world to add value to their worldwide trading operations. Sigma’s main divisions are recyclable plastics, shredded steel and wood. The company operates worldwide including in China, India, Vietnam, United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, the U.S. and Europe. Sigma is committed to meeting customer requirements and enhancing customer satisfaction through continual improvement of its services and quality management.

Sims Recycling Solutions
Chicago, Illinois

Booth #1109/1111

Sims Recycling Solutions (SRS) is the global leader in electronics reuse and recycling. SRS provides disposition services for all types of retired electronic equipment, and the company has the expertise to guarantee that data is secure, IT assets are processed in an environmentally responsible manner and compliance risks are eliminated.

Austin, Texas

Booth #516/518

SoftThinks is the world leader in the deployment, recovery and repair of Microsoft operating systems. For the past 12 years, major OEMs have used the company’s products, and refurbishers (including Microsoft Authorized Refurbishers) have standardized on the service’s solutions. SoftThinks SDS streamlines and automatizes the computer refurbishing process by performing the following from one PXE boot: hardware inventory/diagnostic; ADISA certified wipe; generic/static image deployment with driver injection; installation of QFEs, BIOS, Windows updates; and full Windows diagnostics.

Stellar Data Recovery
Gurgaon, Haryana India

Booth #1220

Stellar Data Recovery will be showcasing its BitRaser innovation, a managed and certified data erasure software that fulfills internal and external corporate audit requirements with traceable reporting. It can perform high-speed simultaneous bulk data erasure and can perform erasure over a network. It is equipped with 24 internationally recognized erasure standards.

Kensington, New Hampshire

Booth #1118

New Hampshire-based swissRTec is a leader in building state-of-the-art processing equipment and systems for the electronics recycling industry. The firm provides cost-effective individual components and turnkey solutions for one-step size reduction. It offers industry-leading delamination and separation of a variety of composite materials found in WEEE, circuit boards, white goods, cables/wires and other waste streams. Equipment and systems feature high availability alongside modular and flexible design as well as low maintenance and wear costs.

TAV Holdings Inc
Atlanta, Georgia

Booth #209

TAV Holdings, Inc. is a leader in separation innovative technology for metallic and non-metallic commodities. Over the years TAV has developed equipment and processes for different industries, excelling in fine processing technologies. The company has expanded the technology portfolio that includes turnkey systems with proprietary sizing screening technology, conveying systems, density separation technology, sensor sorters, and more.

Tradeloop Corporation
Arlington, Massachusetts

Booth #1225

Tradeloop is an online membership-based community of refurbishers and recyclers.

Pflugerville, Texas

Booth #303

Transcendent develops documentation for R2, RIOS, ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001.  The fim supports the design and enhancement of management systems based on current practices of client companies, making sure the documentation and systems are the right fit for the organization. COmpany reps then use their vast knowledge of federal, state and local environmental regulations to support implementation after identifying specific environmental needs of clients and evaluating impacts. Transcendent will train client company employees, assist in internal auditing, and – if certification is the goal – ready leadership for a third-party audit by the registrar of the client's choice.

Trinity Metals, LLC.
Indianapolis, Indiana

Booth #517

Trinity Metals specializes in processing and recycling all grades of electronic scrap and non-ferrous metals. Their newest facility, located on 420 South Kitley Avenue in Indianapolis, is R2 and RIOS certified.

Hoboken, Belgium

Booth #1011

Umicore Precious Metals Refining operates the world's most sophisticated precious metals recycling facility. The company recovers 17 precious and non-ferrous metals from used electronic scrap, automotive and industrial catalysts, industrial residues and fuel cells.

Hampton, New Hampshire

Booth #1006

For nearly 40 years, UNTHA has been building some of the world’s best electronic scrap recycling shredders. The brand of choice for the world’s major circuit board smelters, UNTHA shredders are known for their long life spans and reliability. Whether clients need to simply shred circuit boards for smelting automate e-scrap recycling, UNTHA shredders lead the way. Ranging from 35 to nearly 500 horsepower, UNTHA shredders fill clients' needs.

Janesville, Wisconsin

Booth #1119

URT is a full-service ITAD and equipment recycler. Its experience providing secure collection, transportation, data destruction and proper recycling can assist partners with all their processing and recycling needs. The company has experience in helping customers maintain absolute data integrity, assuring destruction of all sensitive data and providing transparent value. This results in reduced risk and an improved bottom line. URT's strength in the market ensures customers exceed their compliance and revenue goals.

Stamford, Connecticut

Booth #1019

VAN DYK Recycling Solutions is the leader in innovative e-scrap solutions, with units operating since 2009. The company's TITECH sensor-based sorters perform specific commodity recovery of high-value fractions, including circuit boards, gold, copper, aluminum and steel from complex e-scrap streams. The TITECH finder precisely identifies metal pieces in the 1-2 millimeter range. The TITECH combisense simultaneously scans multiple characteristics of throughput to further refine the metal concentrate. Higher resolution and the latest LED illumination technology provide more stable identification.

Vista IT Group
Grand Rapids, Michigan

Booth #417

Vista IT Group is an independent IT hardware distributor that buys and sells re-marketable server, storage, and networking data-center hardware. Services include pick-up, packaging, logistics, drive erasure, hardware auditing and asset tag removal. Vista IT Group offers flexible payment options including cash, credit-on-account and consignment. In addition, Vista partners with R2-certified recycling companies to ensure proper and compliant disposal of decommissioned IT assets and associated scrap.

Irvine, California

Booth #512

YEC is a hard-drive service solutions pioneer in Japan and has more than 25 years of experience all over the world. YEC's hardware-based Rack System erasure offers simple operations for sophisticated hard-drive wiping, testing and diagnostic capabilities to local companies and the global recycling industry.