TCG Joins Coalition for American Electronic Recycling

Technology Conservation Group, Inc. Joins the Coalition for American Electronics Recycling

Lecanto, FL – Technology Conservation Group, Inc. has joined the Coalition for American Electronic Recycling, which is leading a campaign in support of the Responsible Electronics Recycling Act (RERA) that will create jobs, promote investment and enhance sustainability.

RERA, which will be reintroduced in the current session of Congress, will prohibit unregulated export of non-working electronics and e-waste that contain hazardous materials. Trade in tested, working electronics and recycled commodities would not be restricted and is expected to grow with passage of RERA. According to a recent CAER study, RERA’s passage may generate up to 42,000 new jobs with an annual payroll of $1 billion.

Technology Conservation Group, Inc. is among more than 100 companies and supporting members operating more than 185 facilities in 34 states and the District of Columbia. Visit the CAER website for a complete member list.

About the Coalition for American Electronics Recycling

The Coalition for American Electronics Recycling represents U.S. companies that believe electronics recycling should be performed securely and sustainably, for the benefit of the American economy. The Coalition is committed to growing an American industry with the capacity to manage the volume of e-waste generated within our borders, creating good jobs and expanded trade.

About Technology Conservation Group, Inc.

Founded in 1996 TECHNOLOGY CONSERVATION GROUP specializes in asset disposition and recycling of waste stream commodities generated through the manufacturing of electronics and electronic components. TECHNOLOGY CONSERVATION GROUP customizes programs for its customers to meet their needs and maximize their revenue return while recycling, reusing and/or remarketing virtually 100% of its intake. TECHNOLOGY CONSERVATION GROUP holds a multi-site certification to R2:2008/RIOS:2006 and ISO 14001:2004 standards, adheres to all levels of environmental regulations, and respects design security without sacrificing returns. TECHNOLOGY CONSERVATION GROUP serves an international customer base through its strategically located facilities throughout North America, Mexico, and India.