NERC is changing things up by holding its 2015 Conference in the Spring. The day and a half event will be held on April 7 - 8, 2015 at the Chase Center on the Riverfront in Wilmington, Delaware. Update your calendars now and keep an eye out for the agenda and registration to be posted on the NERC website in January.
We look forward to you joining us in April!
NERC is delighted to welcome Frank Hoffman of Windsor, VT as its first Director of Advisory Member Services & Development. With more than 120 applications from around the nation, Frank stood out as an ideal fit to expand NERC's Advisory Membership base, as well as to support Members and NERC becoming more directly engaged with each other.
Frank holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the Pennsylvania State University, and an MBA from West Virginia University.
For more information, contact Frank Hoffman, Director of Advisory Members Services & Development.
Metech Recycling is an industry leader in recycling electronic scrap, providing electronics recycling and asset recovery services for more than forty years. Metech is a founding member of the e-Stewards® certification program. The company has facilities in California, Colorado, Massachusetts, North Carolina, and Utah; all of its facilities are certified to both the R2 Standard and e-Stewards®. The company also operates locations in Europe and Asia, allowing for reuse, refurbishment and efficient extraction of precious metals and recyclable materials from electronic scrap while complying with global standards in clean secure environments.
According to David Quinn, Metech’s Business Development Manager, “our company’s value proposition is to ensure responsible recycling, provide transparency of process, and deliver a full accounting of materials. We strive to be environmentally responsible, create green jobs, be a good corporate neighbor, and remain profitable while meeting the needs of our customers. Support of organizations like the NERC and the Electronics Recycling Coordination Clearinghouse (ERCC), as well as partnerships with government agencies and our customers, helps us to promote the importance of responsible electronics recycling.”