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Quotidiano di informazione – Anno 31 n° 275

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ERI Profiled for Global Recycling Magazine Cover Story

Posted by fidest press agency su domenica, 21 luglio 2019

In its current issue, Global Recycling Magazine, an international recycling industry trade publication published in Germany, has profiled ERI as its cover feature. ERI is the nation’s leading fully integrated IT and electronics asset disposition provider and cybersecurity-focused hardware destruction company.Global Recycling Magazine is a quarterly print and online publication designed to provide news about global trends in the circular economy, particularly in the recycling and recovery industries, and regularly features innovative and industry-leading companies that are setting examples of best practices.The issue features an in-depth interview with ERI’s Co-Founder and Executive Chairman, John Shegerian, and provides an overview of the company’s unique history and commitment to prioritizing innovation and exploration.“It’s an honor to be featured on the international stage as an example of recycling electronics the right way — in a publication that provides such a valuable resource for those interested in learning about sustainability, A.I., data protection, cyber security and other key aspects of recycling electronics today,” said Shegerian. “Many thanks to the Global Recycling editorial team for capturing our passion for innovation. Pioneering tech solutions for businesses, people and the planet is essential to what we do. Our disruptive technology includes industry-first robotics, A.I., proprietary tracking software and other innovations. Through this technology we’re making the recycling of electronic devices more efficient and safer – both environmentally and in terms of data protection. It’s great to be acknowledged as a trend-setter and reminded that what we are doing is making such an impact.”The article also covers the current need businesses of all sizes have for effective data protection, regulatory compliance, sustainability standards and issues such as the impending 4G to 5G switchover, and how ERI provides effective and innovative solutions for each.

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ERI Offers Comprehensive Electronic Waste Recycling and ITAD Solutions for California

Posted by fidest press agency su venerdì, 14 giugno 2019

With the 4G to 5G switchover approaching, and discarded electronics and toxic e-waste continuing to mount faster than ever, the nation’s leading electronics recycler has stepped up to the plate for businesses, government agencies and individuals nationwide, including the home state of its Fresno headquarters, California.ERI, the nation’s leading fully integrated IT and electronics asset disposition provider and cybersecurity-focused hardware destruction company, maintains eight state-of-the-art e-waste recycling centers, including it’s original location in Fresno, processing and responsibly recycling millions of pounds of e-waste every year.ERI has been providing comprehensive electronic waste recycling services in California since 2005 and was the first recycler in the state to be R2 and e-stewards certified as well as NAID AAA certified at the highest level for data destruction. In fact, ERI is the only certified e-steward in California that maintains its own glass cleaning, comprehensive shredding and data destruction technology.
“More than ever, people and businesses are looking to get rid of unwanted or outdated electronics in an environmentally responsible way that is also safe for digital data privacy,” said John Shegerian, ERI’s Co-Founder and Executive Chairman. “Data destruction needs for businesses, government agencies and individuals continue to grow at an exponential rate. We’re proud to be the leading recycler of electronics and ITAD services here in our home state of California. It’s rewarding to be able to continue to help so many people and businesses in this beautiful part of the country do the right thing by recycling their e-waste and keeping toxins out of landfills.”

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ERI Launches A.I.-Driven Robotic System at Indiana Facility

Posted by fidest press agency su mercoledì, 1 maggio 2019

ERI, the nation’s leading fully integrated IT and electronics asset disposition provider and cybersecurity-focused hardware destruction company, has announced the installation and launch of its groundbreaking A.I.-driven robotic system at its Indiana facility.Following on the heels of ERI’s installation of its A.I. and robotics technology at its Fresno, California headquarters, the company has installed its Super Automated Machine (SAM) sorting robotic technology at its Indiana plant.The robotic system, designed by Colorado-based AMP Robotics, is integrated into ERI’s scrap metal sorting line. SAM separates shredded material such as aluminum, printed circuit boards, yellow brass, capacitors, and copper products into a clean stream, based off a vision system to identify the target material that then sends it to the A.I. (brain) that then determines what action the robot should pick. The picking is done via vacuum system. The robotic system at ERI can achieve about 70 picks per minute in its current configuration. Plus, it processes 10 different streams of shredded material.“With steady growth of 10-15 percent per year, we are always looking for innovative ways to enhance efficiency,” said John Shegerian, ERI’s Co-Founder and Executive Chairman. “Working with our friends at AMP we have developed smart technology that increases our sorting accuracy as our processing volume increases so we can free up our employees to perform ITAD and data wiping services. We are really excited about robots and A.I. and being the first in our industry to incorporate them into the process.” Shegerian added that by the end of 2019, the company will have added robotics and A.I. to its other facilities across the country.

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