Increase Your Exposure and Secure Your Position in the Industry
Sponsoring at the 2010 E-Scrap Conference provides your company the perfect opportunity to reach executives at original equipment manufactures, generators of e-scrap, federal, state and local government officials, trade association leaders, e-scrap processors, and buyers of e-scrap parts and materials.
We have established several sponsorship levels with extensive benefits designed to complement your strategic marketing objectives. Benefits include a booth in the tradeshow and advertising opportunities. Revenue from sponsorship enables the conference to offer comprehensive and detailed presentations, plus keep registration costs down and participation high.
Sponsoring at the 2010 E-Scrap Conference
The E-Scrap Conference is the must-attend conference of the industry. The 2009 conference held last September in Orlando, Florida, attracted over 900 attendees from 16 countries. The tradeshow floor had over 90 exhibitors. This year’s conference will be held September 29 – 30, 2010 at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside located on the Mississippi River and just steps from the French Quarter in New Orleans, LA.
More than ever, it is important not to lose personal contact with your clients and prospects. The conference offers array of sponsorship, exhibiting and advertising options that provide your organization with a cost-effective way to promote your products and services, establish your brand, build new business relationship and secure your position as a leader in the industry. Exhibiting is the perfect opportunity to reach industry decision makers, including executives at original equipment manufacturers, generators of e-scrap, federal, state and local government officials, trade association leaders, e-scrap processors, and buyers of e-scrap parts and materials all in one location.
We have established several sponsorship levels and exhibit opportunities, with extensive benefits designed to complement your strategic marketing objectives. The E-Scrap Conference looks forward to the opportunity to partner with you and showcase your organization.
E-Scrap 2010 Conference Sponsors
Brokerbin.com is one of the world’s leading IT marketplaces, offering a place for brokers, resellers, wholesalers and VARS to buy and sell IT, telecom and point of sale equipment. BrokerBin offers 7 million lines of inventory, 140,000 daily searches, and over 11,000 members in a closed B2B network.
Cinco Electronics Recycling
Cinco Electronics Recycling is a complete electronics processor. Since 2000, cinco has developed some of the best processes that are environmentally safer for all commodities, from plastics, CRTs and circuit boards to all the different metals.
Round Rock, Texas
Dell leads the industry by being the first to offer a free worldwide recycling program for consumers. They also provide recycling of any brand of used computer or printer at no-charge, with the purchase of a new Dell computer or printer. This equipment is recycled in an environmentally responsible manner using Dell’s stringent global recycling guidelines. The company offers customers in several markets around the globe the opportunity to donate working used computers to benefit non-profit organizations in their communities. Dell accepts any brand of computer, keyboard, mouse, monitor or printer worldwide.
Santa Clara, California
ECS Refining is a recycling and end of life services company for electronics, industrial equipment and hazardous wastes. ECS' sophisticated process for handling a wide variety of materials is built on environmental integrity with the intent to turn hazardous waste into non-hazardous commodities that can be put back into manufacturing. Serving North America with four facilities allows the company to meet a client’s needs efficiently. When you recycle with ECS Refining you are choosing to Recycle Responsibly.
Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI)
The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, Inc. (ISRI) is the “Voice of the Recycling Industry.” ISRI represents over 1,500 companies in 21 chapters nationwide that process, broker and consume scrap commodities, including electronics, metals, paper, plastics, glass, rubber and textiles. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., the Institute provides education, advocacy and compliance training, and promotes public awareness of the vital role recycling plays in the U.S. economy, global trade and environment.
SDS Logistics Services
US and Canada
SDS Logistics is a Professional, Nationwide Freight Services Company for the Electronics Recycling Industry, including Asset Managers, Collectors, Processors and OEMs. SDS provides Truck-load, Drop-trailers, Drayage (to/from all ports), Bi-modal (rail), LTL and White-Glove On-Site Pack-n-Move service, coast-to-coast throughout the US and Canada. Professionals you can rely on!
UNICOR, Federal Prison Industries, Inc.
Since 1994, UNICOR has become one of the premier electronics recyclers in the country. UNICOR accepts computers and peripherals, electronic equipment, obsolete electrical items, plus ferrous and non-ferrous metals.
Mount Vernon, New York
WeRecycle! maximizes the value of electronic scrap by recovering the highest obtainable percentage of clean, saleable commodities using state-of-the-art proprietary automated separation process. All of WeRecycle!'s processes exceed the industry's highest environmental, worker safety, and security standards, and are certified under the e-Stewards, ISO 14001, and NAID standards. WeRecycle!'s process is domestic and completely transparent. We provide real-time processing documentation and fast settlement - minimizing risk and maximizing value. WeRecycle! is a leader in responsible electronics recycling.
Arrow Recovery Group, Inc.
Fremont, California< br />
Arrow Recovery Group, Inc. is a privately-owned company providing the total solution for your business e-scrap needs. We are a leading e-scrap recycler catering to the needs of OEMs and electronic repair businesses. Our partnerships with certified refiners and recyclers in the metal, plastic, and fiber industries allow us to leverage the highest possible returns for your e-scrap. Our dedicated hard working staff is the key to our ongoing success.
Ph: +46 910 773 131
Boliden extracts metals and byproducts from secondary raw materials, as well as from concentrates. The smelters are located in Scandinavia: The copper-lead smelter at Ronnskar, Sweden; the copper-nickel-cobalt smelter at Harjavalta, Findland; the zinc smelter at Kokkola, Finland; the zinc smelter at Odda, Norway and Boliden Bergoe; the secondary lead smelter at Landskrona, Sweden. Secondary raw materials are imported to Boliden smelters on a large scale from countries all around the world. Raw materials include: Copper scrap, copper-nickel-cobalt scrap, precious metals scrap, copper-zinc ashes, residues, drosses, sludges, slimes, solutions, sweeps, catalysts, slags, EAF dusts, electronic scrap and waste. Boliden Bergsoe recovers metals from recycled materials (mainly used car batteries), and repreocesses lead-tin solder from the electronic industry for re-use. Boliden's smelters are world leaders in sustainable recovery and recycling of base and precious metals. Operations comply with environmental constraints set by governmental authorities.
Colt Refining and Recycling, Inc.
Merrimack, New Hampshire
Colt Refining, Inc. operates the largest fully permitted precious metals refining facility on the East Coast. The operation was designed to process all types of PM bearing materials and includes state-of-the-art Thermal Oxidizing Systems, Induction Melting Equipment, Milling/Blending/Sampling Process Equipment and Chemical Processing Lines. Our in-house ICP and Fire-Assay labs allow customers to receive accurate results in a timely manner. All forms of PM bearing e-scrap are processed by Colt insuring their customers receive maximum recovery values.
Creative Recycling Systems
Creative Recycling Systems, Inc. was founded in 1994 wit hthe mission of providing private companies and local, state and federal government institutions with electronics recycling solutions that representa viable, economical alternative to environmental contamination. the company has led the industry by incorporating innovative methods into the processing of obsolete electronics. It has invested in cutting-edge equipment to shred, sort and separate equipment into its original components which are further refined and recycled into new products. The goal is zero waste. Of the thousands of tons of equipment that enter their facilities, less than one percent actually enters the waste stream. and of that one percent, all of it is 100 percent contaminant free.
New York, New York
Wholly owned by Dowa Holdings Co., Ltd, which has over 120 years experience in mining and refining, Dowa International Corp. is dedicated to recycling precious metal bearing scraps. Advanced metal extraction technology enables us to extract 18 metal elements at their Kosaka Smelter in Japan. Dowa's effort to maximize metal recovery and environmental best practices is widely recognized, and the company continues to contribute to the realization of a recycle oriented society through treatment technology and Dowa’s worldwide network.
Electronic Recyclers International Inc.
Electronic Recyclers International (ERI) is the largest electronics recycler in North America. ERI has locations in the following states: California, Colorado, Indiana, Massachusetts, Texas and Washington. ERI specializes in the environmentally safe and socially responsible recycling of electronic waste. ERI has the Highest Capacity and most technologically advanced e-waste shredding system in the world, thus providing our customers with a maximum economic benefit and maximum commodity return. All electronics sent to ERI are 100-percent recycled into three main commodities: Metals, plastic and glass. No electronics are placed in landfills and nothing is illegally exported to other nations.
Gannon & Scott
Cranston, Rhode Island
Established in 1919, Gannon & Scott combines a long tradition of integrity with the industry's most advanced refining technologies. The company's processing techniques have been developed in order to provide customers with the highest return possible. Gannon & Scott provides a full range of refining & assaying services, all performed in-house. Having precious metals refining facilities in Phoenix, AZ and Cranston, RI, allows the company to provide geographic advantages for customer service on both coasts, Mexico and throughout North America. Both facilities are in full compliance with regulations issued by the EPA, Department of Transportation and local environmental management offices. Gannon & Scott is ITAR Registered, CHWMEG approved and their Analytical Labratory is (ISO) 9001:2008 Certified for Chemical and Spectrochemical Analysis and Fire Assays.
Global Electric Electronic Processing (GEEP)
Global Electric Electronic Processing is a global leader in e-waste recycling, offering complete (re-use to end-of-life) recycling solutions utilizing a closed-loop system. GEEP’s worldwide joint venture partners, fully auditable, environmentally-friendly-based processes, and state-of-the-art proprietary equipment enable the recycling of waste to commodities with a zero-landfill objective. GEEP has been recognized with national and provincial awards for its ISO 9001 management and ISO 14001 environmental standardization.
Ph: 866-6ROUND2 (676-8632)
ROUND2 INC. (ROUND2) is a national provider of integrated and customizable recycling services, offering vertically integrated solutions through electronics test and repair, global remarketing, product disassembly, and commodity recycling. ROUND2 is keenly focused on environmentally responsible, closed-loop solutions for manufacturers and generators of post consumer electronics, paper, and plastics. ROUND2 serves commercial, industrial, municipal, and governmental entities, as well as other regional recycling companies. As of 2010, ROUND2 has delivered IT Asset Disposition, CRT Recycling, and Certified Data Destruction to more than 500 clients. ROUND2 has ISO 9001: 2008, 14001: 2004 and OHSAS 18001: 2007 Certifications.
Hoboken (Antwerp), Belgium
Ph: +32 3 821 71 11
Umicore Precious Metals Refining operates as one of the world's largest precious metals recycling facilities. They offer eco-efficient recycling and refining services for precious metal bearing materials, such as byproducts from other non-ferrous industries, consumer and industrial recyclable products (e.g. electronic scrap, spent auto catalysts, spent industrial catalysts, sweeps and bullions). Umicore recovers and sells precious metals (silver, gold, platinum, rhodium, iridium and ruthenium), special metals (indium, selenium and tellurium), secondary metals (antimony, tin, bismuth and arsenic) and base metals (lead, copper and nickel).
Universal Recycling Technologies
Universal Recycling Technologies is a national recycling organization focusing on electronic and universal waste management. The company is privately owned by Hendricks Holding Company, Inc. and operates eight facilities across the US. Founded in 2003, URT provides end-of-life recycling, asset recovery services, universal waste management, commodities management, and logistics management services to major market segments. URT offers an industry solution for sustainable recycling of CRTs with furnace-ready cullet for new products. URT’s processes utilize physical separation processes resulting in efficient and consistent separation of electronic components while assuring integrity of sorted glass. URT’s also offers recycling services of mercury containing devices in select operations across the US, as well as the manufacturing of recycling equipment for mercury containing devices and glass-to-glass processing.
San Jose, California
Xstrata Copper and Xstrata Recycling are wholly owned subsidiaries of Xstrata plc, a $50 billion company. Xstrata Copper operates a primary custom copper smelter in Quebec, Canada, which was designed and is perfectly suited for processing complex materials such as concentrates and electronic scrap. The smelter processes 3,000 metric tons of material per day in a sustainable way. Xstrata Recycling has offices in Canada, Malaysia, Switzerland, and the U.S. Xstrata Recycling processes and coordinates the movement of material from Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East, and North and South America.
Balcan Lamp Recycling Systems
Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
Ph: +44 1507 528500
Balcan has been involved in lamp disposal since 1980 and is one of the UK’s largest lamp recyclers. Having won the Queen’s Award in 2006 they now sell their systems worldwide. The Balcan Lamp Recycling Systems are among the most versatile and cost effective on the market and are capable of processing whole and crushed lamps as well as most other types of lamps available. Systems are available for processing up to 5,000 lamps per hour.
Belmont Trading Company
Belmont Trading Company has been an industry leader since 1988, and recognizes that the surplus of obsolete technology on a global scale needs solutions far beyond just digging a bigger hole. Belmont Trading has pioneered new uses, new markets and new environmentally conscious ways of recovering and recycling electronic products around the world.
Blancco Oy Ltd
Blancco is the proven data erasure solution for millions of users around the globe. As the global leader in data erasure and end-of-lifecycle solutions, Blancco offers the most certified data erasure solutions within the industry. The company serves users across a wide range of industries, including banking, finance, government and defense, as well as IT Asset Disposal professionals. Blancco operates from an extensive network of international offices and partners across Europe, North America, Asia, and Australasia.
Ecovery specializes in mechanical de-manufacturing and separation of electronic and non-ferrous scrap. In addition to processing, Ecovery is the exclusive licensed representative for Guidetti, Lyndex, SCS, and KM - four of the most recognized and respected names in the European recycling equipment industry. Ecovery also designs and manufactures proprietary separation systems and equipment for use in the recovery of metals from electronic and non-ferrous scrap.
E-Structors specializes in the secure destruction and recycling of computers, electronics and documents using state-of-the-art processing systems. E-Structors became the first electronics recycler in the Mid-Atlantic to receive its Responsible Recycling (R2) and ISO 14001:2004 certifications. As an R2-certified recycler, E-Structors maintains an environmental management system that meets EPA-endorsed standards for safely handling, responsibly re-using and legally exporting electronic material while verifying worker safety and data security.
Export Global has been in the industry for 10 years and leads the competition in the global market. Export Global's core competences are buying and selling electronic scrap and non-ferrous metal scrap. We work with refiners, smelters, and recyclers all around the world. We buy from both domestic and international vendors. Headquartered in Hillsboro, Oregon, Export Global considers product stewardship a high priority and complies with all local, state, federal, and international laws.
Global Electronic Recycling
Global Electronic Recycling has vastly improved corporate environmental compliance, while saving the environment for over a decade. Located in Phoenix, with multiple secure locations, you can be confident your e-waste, overstock, or obsolite electronics are protected and properly recycled. Global's zero landfill approach ensures corporate and social responsibility. Go green and improve corporate downstream, join numerous Fortune 500, U.S. military and government agencies who benefit financially by partnering with Global.
HOBI International, Inc.
HOBI International, Inc., an R2 and ISO14001 certified firm, is a leading asset management and electronics recycling company serving Fortune 1000 clients across North America. HOBI’s IT services group processes over 10 million pounds of electronics per year, focusing on corporate IT, data, and telecommunications infrastructure. The company's services include resale/re-marketing, data erasure/data destruction, recycling, environmental and compliance reporting, de-installation services, and logistics management. HOBI’s Mobile Device services group focuses on the resale and recycling of cellular assets. The company's client list includes three of the four national wireless operators in the US, four major device OEMs, and many recycling partners. HOBI’s transparent recycling process provides its clients with a fully closed loop, environmentally focused solution.
The Woodlands, Texas
J K A Logistics provides specialized logistic services for the electronic recycling industry. Their scope of operations is all inclusive from picking up loose equipment in office buildings to packing it up and transporting it to its final destination. J K A Logistics can handle any size job in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and/or the Caribbean.
Recycling E-Scrap is committed to environmentally safe e-waste recycling. 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 Web site in 1993, when its "We Pay You" program was started. Recycling E-Scrap processes CRTs in-house, diverting more than 20 million pounds of e-waste from landfills since 1993.
S+S Inspection Inc.
Niagara Falls, New York
S+S Inspection provides engineered sorting solutions for the plastics and recycling industries. The company designs and manufactures the widest variety of metal detectors and optical sorting technology on the market. S+S specializes in providing custom solutions to solve your most demanding needs.
Secure Data Sanitization, LLC (SDS)
Secure Data Sanitization (SDS) provides a service which sanitizes or shreds corporations' and individuals' hard drives as they retire their out-dated or leased computers. SDS is a state-of-the-art facility employing the best technology in data removal processes, security enhancement and data theft prevention. They provide services for businesses and individuals requiring the highest level of diligence in hard drive and server data sanitization. SDS also provides a “certificate of sanitization” or “certificate of destruction” listing each hard drive serial number, to guarantee complete data sanitization and compliance with state and federal laws.
Shred-Tech is a world leader in information destruction and reduction solutions. The company designs and manufactures reduction systems and shredding machinery to cost-effectively solve the world’s most difficult waste reduction and recycling problems. Shred-Tech has installed more than 2,000 shredding and recycling systems worldwide and is recognized globally for its first-class products and its commitment to engineering innovation and quality.
Sims Recycling Solutions
West Chicago, Illinois
Sims Recycling Solutions, the world's largest electronics recycler, offers a full range of services that ensure the proper assessment, management and recovery of IT assets for businesses, consumers and public sector organizations. In North America, Sims operates 11 sites in Arizona, California, Florida, Illinois, Nevada, Ontario, South Carolina and Tennessee, processing over 230 million pounds each year in the most secure, legally compliant and environmentally sustainable manner.
Ph: +41 71 686 80 40
swissRTec AG (Switzerland) builds state-of-the-art WEEE recycling plants and machines. The core competence of swissRTec is the shredding, delamination and separation of composite materials such as WEEE, circuit boards, cables, hair wires, car fluff, white goods, tires and the like. With the Delamination Mill (centrifuge) a milestone has been set in the field of composite material recycling. swissRTec also offers precious metal recovery plants that operate at a small scale throughput.
Waste Management Recycle America ECycling
Waste Management Recycle America eCycling Services is a wholly owned subsidiary of Waste Management, Inc. - North America’s leading provider of integrated environmental solutions. The company owns and operates eight ISO 9001 and 14001 Certified e-waste processing facilities that serve the needs of industrial, commercial and municipal customers. WM Recycle America's extensive network of e-depots cover all 50 states, and it's WMeScrapTracker provides convenient ship-back recycling services for small businesses and consumers alike. Visit the company's booth and let’s Think Green together.
The World Reuse, Repair and Recycling Association (WR3A) is a non-profit business recycling consortium which shares overseas audit and diligence information in order to promote "fair trade" standards for legitimate overseas reuse and recycling markets. WR3A's annual meeting has been moved to the E-Scrap Conference. If you want to support reform of the export market, visit our table or go to www.wr3a.org.
Zylog Systems (Canada) Ltd.
Silvanus360 is state-of-the-art software for the Recycling community, providing end-to-end tracking and downstream transparency with improved in-house efficiency. Silvanus360 is supported by Zylog Systems Ltd (“ZSL Inc”), a global software development and solutions integration partner. Silvanus360 is continually evolving to meet the changing needs of the industry with ongoing enhancements suggested by the user community in the US, Canada, Mexico, Australia, India, and the United Kingdom. Experience the peace of mind with a global partner.