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To help New Yorkers responsibly dispose of batteries and electronic waste, and ensure compliance with new laws in effect, My Battery Recyclers (MYBRS) has formally launched in Brooklyn.

Recycling with a conscience, MYBRS makes it easy to dispose of everything from smartphones to computers, watch batteries and single use alkaline batteries. New Yorkers can call for a pickup, mail batteries in or drop e-waste off themselves. The process is easy, responsible and environmentally friendly.

Ari Kesler, chief executive officer of MYBRS said, “To some it seems like a minor detail, but recycling batteries and electronic waste will make an impact on future generations. We support U.S. based processors only, we give payouts for certain valued battery types and e-waste products in bulk and offer the marketplace recycled material for use in new products.”

MYBRS provides a myriad of closed loop products and services for all battery types and electronic waste. Providing a pick-up service called On-Site Green Glove, MYBRS offers convenience and compliance. They also offer a mail back program for single use and rechargeable batteries both nationally and locally. MYBRS offers data destruction as well as IT asset recovery to encourage the reuse of IT equipment. Bulk battery purchasing, recycling programs and drop off services are also available. Abiding by their zero landfill policy, the waste management company uses green collection containers for varied electronics recycling.

My Battery Recyclers is an environmental waste management company that serves the New York tri-state region. The e-waste facility is fully insured and registered with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. In the effort to reduce carbon emissions from day to day transport operations the company utilizes electric cars for small pickups and hybrid box trucks for larger needs.

Published in the September 2014 Edition of American Recycler News