E-Scrap recycling Businesses
As E waste contains a big part of valuable resources, come to the electronics industry, which is creating a robust opportunity for those in business to recycle e-scrap equipment.
There are more and more companies, no matter they are large or small, are opting to go green and recycle electronics scrap, said Craig Silverstein, founder of E-Scrap Solutions, an electronics recycler in Cleveland with 30 employees. And, as the economy continues to improve, businesses will be able to replace their electronic equipment more often, generating a steadier volume of business, he said.
E-Scrap saw its sales grow about 30% in the last year and is on track to see similar growth this year, Mr. Silverstein said. He wouldn’t reveal specific sales or revenue figures. The company this year has added about a dozen employees and expects to add that many again in 2013. About 18 months ago, it added 12,000 square feet to its 43,000-square-foot site on Bittern Avenue.
“It’s such a growing industry. More and more corporate companies, OEMS, are getting involved with going green,” Mr. Silverstein said.