All Green is proud to be featured in Recycling Today. The article talked about why CEO Arman Sadeghi started the company, what we do, and what makes us different from other electronics recyclers.
Here’s an excerpt:
You could say the 60 Minutes’ expose on electronics recycling changed Arman Sadeghi’s life. After viewing the piece, titled “Electronic Wasteland,” which follows America’s shipment of obsolete electronics to China, Sadeghi was moved to action. After six months of research into electronics recycling, the Iran native founded All Green Electronics Recycling, with the intent of providing profitable environmentally and socially responsible electronics recycling.
All Green Electronics Recycling provides solutions for unwanted and obsolete electronics to corporations, government entities and large and small businesses throughout California and Nevada as well as on a national scale. The company’s electronics recycling plants in Sacramento and Tustin (Orange County), Calif., process a combined total of 4 million pounds per month of electronics. Much of this material comes from the collection network that All Green operates, which features more than 250 drop-off sites in California and Nevada, including a partnership with California State University campuses. The company also routinely hosts community collection events.