November 2005

AER Worldwide opens Silicon Valley electronics recycling facility

Fremont, CA— ER Worldwide has moved its corporate headquarters to Fremont, California to expand opportunities for customers to leverage the company’s electronic component and asset recovery services. AER Worldwide recycles and reuses excess electronic waste stream materials. Its electronic component redistribution and electronic waste stream recycling services help companies maximize asset recovery from electronic components and assemblies and eliminate downstream environmental liabilities.

AER Worldwide’s new Fremont headquarters is a 75,000 square foot facility and has about 70 employees. Its electronic waste stream recycling business provides close-to-source material sorting and destruction services. The proximity eliminates unnecessary shipping costs of low value, highly recyclable materials such as steel, base metals, paper and cardboard. AER provides certified destruction and online viewing and reporting. This enables companies to track their waste and monitor their excess inventory.

As part of the component recovery and redistribution business, the Fremont, California warehouse stocks about 85,000 line items from all major manufacturers every day.

With California’s pending legislation and environmental compliance requirements being driven by the European Union, the circle of companies that are being forced to deal responsibly with their excess electronic components and equipment is growing.

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