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All Green Electronics Recycling CEO Arman Sadeghi was featured once again in Recycling Today. The article talks about how the company came to be, what we do, and our plans for expansion. Here’s an excerpt from the article: Arman Sadeghi, … Continue reading
All Green CEO Arman Sadeghi and several employees were featured on the KTLA morning news today. Check out the link to the video here.
Because the All Green Electronics Recycling National Corporate Headquarters is based in Tustin, many of the posts on this blog center on green news in Southern California. But All Green also has a regional headquarters in Sacramento, a city known … Continue reading
Check out All Green Electronics Recycling employee Gaston presenting a check to the Friends of the Mission Viejo Library after a successful event! Other All Green event photos: El Dorado High School Fundraiser All Green E-Waste Event Photos Ribbon Cutting … Continue reading
We’re excited to announce that All Green CEO Arman Sadeghi was recently featured in the CEO Centerfold section of the OC Metro. Check out the accompanying video below!
Is it just me, or are electronic greeting cards taking over the card aisle at the store? The singing or the lights are cute for half a second, but after that, they are just plain annoying. Not only are these … Continue reading
Anaheim has been named the top “Eco City” in Orange County, according to the Orange County Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council. The top three cities were Anaheim, Huntington Beach, and Irvine. Other cities that made the top ten … Continue reading
It may come as no surprise to you that California is known for solar energy. But which city in California produces the most solar power? It’s not necessarily the one you’d think… San Diego produces more solar power than any … Continue reading
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Styrofoam is bad, don’t use it. Not only does Styrofoam, a brand of polystyrene, sit in landfills indefinitely, but it is also notoriously difficult to recycle. It takes a process called … Continue reading
Sunnyvale and Monterey are joining 14 other jurisdictions in California to ban plastic shopping bags. Retailers and grocery stores will be banned from handing out plastic bags, though nonprofits and restaurants will be exempted. Paper bags will be distributed for … Continue reading