News | June 30, 2012

AERC Recycling Solutions Ranked In WasteAge "100 Largest Solid Waste Firms" List

This year, AERC is ranked at 60, up from 62 the previous year.

Flanders, NJ (PRWEB)  - AERC.com, Inc. (AERC Recycling Solutions) has been included in the 19th annual list of the 100 Largest Solid Waste Firms” which is included in the June issue of WasteAge Magazine. This year, AERC is ranked at 60, up from 62 the previous year.

“AERC is pleased to be included in the prestigious list by WasteAge. We are proud to be one of the largest Solid Waste Firms in the country and look forward to continuing to grow in the future. AERC’s inclusion in the WasteAge 100 List would not be possible without the continued efforts and hard work of our employees, who address the concerns of customers that recognize the need for proper disposition of Electronic and Universal Waste responsibly.

AERC’s overall company growth and expansion since its inception in 1990 is a result of putting focus on the individual needs of our customers and making continuous improvements such as having EPA permitted facilities and five R2/RIOS Certified Electronics Recycler™ facilities throughout the United States. These factors have contributed to AERC being a long standing player in the Universal Waste and Electronics Recycling industries,” remarks Robert W. Landmesser, Founder and Chairman of AERC Recycling Solutions.

About AERC Recycling Solutions
AERC Recycling Solutions is committed to a green world by helping clients in proper end-of-life management of assets, including those containing sensitive data and components hazardous to our environment. AERC has become an industry leader through its partnerships with clients by providing unmatched convenience, regulatory compliance and expert consulting to handle Electronic and Universal Waste issues. AERC develops comprehensive programs for its clients around the nation in providing full service solutions for handling End-of-Life Electronics, Secure Data Destruction, Asset Management, Electronic and Universal Waste needs. Acceptable Universal Waste materials include fluorescent lamps, batteries, ballasts and mercury containing devices.

AERC owns and operates five wholly owned Electronics Processing Com-Cycle facilities in five separate geographic locations. Each of these facilities has the industry designation of being an R2/RIOS Certified Electronics Recycler™ facility and has been independently certified to these industry designations. These Certified Electronics Recycler™ facilities are in Allentown, PA, Ashland, VA, West Melbourne, FL, Houston, TX, and Hayward, CA. AERC maintains a Zero-Waste-to-Landfill Policy for all of its hazardous electronics / electrical recycling services. All electronics are dismantled domestically by AERC’s highly trained staff. Any information on data storage devices is either wiped to the standards set by the Department of Defense or physically destroyed. AERC offers its clients compliance with Federal, State, and Local regulations.

For additional information please visit http://www.aercrecycling.com/ or http://www.com-cycle.com. You can also search for AERC Recycling Solutions on Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin and YouTube.

AERC is committed to responsible recycling practices for a healthier tomorrow.

SOURCE: PRWeb
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