Lecanto, FL – Technology Conservation Group, Inc (TCG) becomes the newest member of the Florida Recycling Partnership.
TCG joins the coalition of businesses and associations that are dedicated to improving Florida’s recycling rates through education, reducing their own waste, and increasing the opportunities for consumers and other businesses to reduce, reuse, and recycle at all times.
“We are so pleased that Technology Conservation Group is part of the Florida Recycling Partnership,” said Dawn McCormick, Director, Communications for Waste Management Inc. of Florida and Chair of FRP. “We welcome a company that has a base in Florida and has a great reputation in the e-waste recycling field.”
Steve Craig, TCG’s Corporate Compliance Director, said, “After attending several of FRP’s recycling summits we made the decision to join because we strongly believe in their mission and think that we can help make a difference in educating others when it comes to electronics reuse and recycling. We’re looking forward to working alongside the other members in making Florida a greener place to live and work.”
About Technology Conservation Group
TCG is an R2 Certified IT Asset Disposition and Electronics Recycling service provider for businesses seeking a secure and responsible partner for managing end-of-life or off-network electronics. With 20 years of experience managing electronics assets, TCG’s core competencies involve maximizing ROI on technology investments, ensuring complete data security and promoting environmental sustainability. Servicing all of North America, TCG is headquartered in Lecanto, FL and has processing facilities in Portland, OR, Louisville, KY, Guadalajara and Monterrey Mexico. Let TCG customize a service plan to meet your business’ needs.
About Florida Recycling Partnership
Florida Recycling Partnership’s mission is to educate policy makers and the general public on the benefits of recycling. Our members believe developing and adopting sustainable business practices will promote recycling, reduce waste, and increase the reuse of materials whenever possible. http://flrecycling.org/