Dynamic Recycling focuses on Environmental Sustainability and Data Security

| 1/3/2013 10:22:08 AM

Tags: electronics recycling, green companies, Biz Bulletins,

Dynamic Recycling is a La Crosse, Wisconsin-based computer and electronics recycler, IT asset management and electronic scrap purchasing company. Since the company’s January 1, 2007 inception, Dynamic Recycling has been providing exceptional customer service to the Mid-West and beyond in regards to accountability to the various needs of corporations, scrap yards, municipalities, educational institutions and manufacturers to whom they work with. Dynamic’s primary focus is Environmental Sustainability, Data Security, Customer Service and Cost Effectiveness. These standards have assisted in establishing Dynamic Recycling as an industry leader.

Inc. Magazine, a New-York-City-based monthly publication, focuses on growing companies and publishes the Inc. 500/5000. Dynamic Recycling was honored as the No. 1 Fastest-Growing Company in Wisconsin, the No. 2 Fastest-Growing Environmental Services Company nationwide and the No. 79 Fastest-Growing Company nationwide.

Dynamic Recycling started its end of life electronic recycling operation in January 2007, later starting their re-marketing division in September 2009 and added their scrap purchasing division in June of 2010. The company is preparing and expecting more rapid growth in the years to come.

Miles Harter, CEO and Director of Business Development at Dynamic Recycling, is excited about the company’s future. “We have a wonderful team that cares deeply about our clients. Because of this, we are always looking for new ways to keep electronics in the United States, while creating added value for all of our clients,” Harter said.

Dynamic Recycling is continually striving for innovative excellence that allows the company to provide their customers with cost-effective, environmentally responsible and service driven methods for electronics recycling, reuse, and scrap purchasing.

Dynamic Recycling holds certifications from R2 (Responsible Recycling), ISO-14001, and is a Microsoft Registered Refurbisher. They are also in the process of becoming NAID (National Association of Information Destruction) certified, which is looked upon as the premier industry standard for data destruction and sanitization of electronic media. The company holds membership with AROW (Associated Recyclers of Wisconsin), MRC (Michigan Recycling Coalition), NCER (National Center for Electronics Recycling), Recycling Association of Minnesota and the Illinois Recycling Association.

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