Electronic Waste
Recycling Program
Proprietary: EWC Group, Inc.| Electronic Recycling Program
EWC Group, Inc.
July 2013
E-Waste Recycling
Table of Contents
 Mission
 Company Overview
 Company Capabilities
 General Services Pickups
 Event...
E-Waste Recycling
Mission
 Supporting preservation of the
environment and natural resources
 Providing the community wit...
E-Waste Recycling
Vision
 Our vision is to establish and create a partnership with the residential and
commercial communi...
E-Waste Recycling
Company Overview
eWaste Center Inc., / EWC Group was founded in 2005 by
Jay Lim, a professional with ov...
E-Waste Recycling
General Services
(Seattle Facility)
 Pickup of televisions, PC’s, and monitors,
laptops for businesses ...
E-Waste Recycling
Collection Events
 Convenient
- Easy drive thru and drop off
 Educational
- Informs and raises public ...
E-Waste Recycling
Drop Off Zones
 Free
 Convenient
 Educational
 Environmentally friendly
E-waste Collection Bins can
...
E-Waste Recycling
Community Outreach
EWC works closely with non-profit
organizations such as the Seattle’s Union Gospel
M...
E-Waste Recycling
Performance
(Seattle Facility ONLY)
 Recycled e-waste in 2009
CRTs: 1,512,886 lbs
PCs: 169,450 lbs
Misc...
E-Waste Recycling
Company Location
Washington Facility
Strategically located in King
County, in Tukwila by major
consumer...
E-Waste Recycling
Down Stream Due Diligence
 EWC does not allow the export of
hazardous e-waste to developing
countries
...
E-Waste Recycling
Down Stream Due Diligence:
Why is it so important to find a
recycler who practices ethical
means of down...
E-Waste Recycling
• Washington State E-Cycle/ WMMFA: Preferred Processor and
Collector
• Washington State Office of Minori...
E-Waste Recycling
Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission Maric College Forever 21
Costco Whittier College Fox 11
Muckleshoot India...
E-Waste Recycling
Contact Information
Raymond Yu, Business Development Associate
raymond@ewastecenter.com
T: (206) 767-995...
E-Waste Recycling
APPENDIX
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Proprietary: EWC Group, Inc.| Electronic Recycling Program
E-Waste Recycling
EWC Logistics
Trucks available from 12’ box trucks to
24’ box trucks
Most pickups made within 1 to 4 d...
E-Waste Recycling
Recycling Process
Initial sorting and weighing of materials
The end-of-life electronic devices are
dis...
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  • Recycling of CRTs increased by 1,220,608 lbs, or 60.74% Recycling of PC increased by 238,209 lbs or 134.15% Recycling of All other electronics increased by 483,622, or by 146.45%
  • Electronic Waste Recycling Program by EWC Group, Inc.

    1. 1. Electronic Waste Recycling Program Proprietary: EWC Group, Inc.| Electronic Recycling Program EWC Group, Inc. July 2013
    2. 2. E-Waste Recycling Table of Contents  Mission  Company Overview  Company Capabilities  General Services Pickups  Events  Drop Off Bins  PR Value  Past performance  Certifications  Location  Socially-Conscious Waste Solution  Community Outreach  References  Contact  Appendix 2 Proprietary: EWC Group, Inc.| Electronic Recycling Program
    3. 3. E-Waste Recycling Mission  Supporting preservation of the environment and natural resources  Providing the community with easy, convenient and proper disposal methods  Inform communities of the laws and regulations regarding e-waste as well as its potential hazards  Partnering with Philanthropic outreach  Provide a valuable PR resource to major companies needing positive PR and a “green” solution Proprietary: EWC Group, Inc.| Electronic Recycling Program 3
    4. 4. E-Waste Recycling Vision  Our vision is to establish and create a partnership with the residential and commercial communities to deliver consistent quality and service.  We hope to achieve this by hosting collection events, and providing direct services to municipalities, organizations and residents.  Our focus is to provide services that meet or exceed the expectations of these communities by focusing on their needs and wants. 1. Continue to divert e-waste from landfills by increasing collection and recycling of e-waste 2. Explore an expansion of the types of materials we recycle (e.g. metals, plastics, cans, bottles, glass, etc.) 3. Expand education efforts on waste reduction and recycling 4 Proprietary: EWC Group, Inc.| Electronic Recycling Program
    5. 5. E-Waste Recycling Company Overview eWaste Center Inc., / EWC Group was founded in 2005 by Jay Lim, a professional with over 30 years of experience in the consumer electronics field EWC Certifications California Integrated Waste Management Board Department of Toxic Substances The Environmental Protection Agency  State of Washington E-Cycle/ WMMFA Direct Processor EWC recycles ALL electronic devices Televisions, VCRs, Stereos and other home electronics Computers, monitors, laptops and other computer components Copiers, servers, printers and other office equipment Cell phones, music players and other personal electronics All items are dismantled to their lowest commodity to be recycled for reuse 5 Proprietary: EWC Group, Inc.| Electronic Recycling Program
    6. 6. E-Waste Recycling General Services (Seattle Facility)  Pickup of televisions, PC’s, and monitors, laptops for businesses and companies. (Please call for qualification of free pickup)  Free electronic recycling of business entities under 50 employees and to the general public consumer. Covered by the Washington State E-Cycle, WMMFA Program.  Asset Management – certified data destruction  Hard Drive shredder on-site 6 Proprietary: EWC Group, Inc.| Electronic Recycling Program
    7. 7. E-Waste Recycling Collection Events  Convenient - Easy drive thru and drop off  Educational - Informs and raises public awareness that electronics contain hazardous substances - Promotes recycling  Environmentally friendly - Diverts hazardous materials from entering our landfills - Diverted over 5,800,000 lbs. in 2011 alone! 7 Proprietary: EWC Group, Inc.| Electronic Recycling Program
    8. 8. E-Waste Recycling Drop Off Zones  Free  Convenient  Educational  Environmentally friendly E-waste Collection Bins can easily be placed at your business to meet your needs 8 Proprietary: EWC Group, Inc.| Electronic Recycling Program
    9. 9. E-Waste Recycling Community Outreach EWC works closely with non-profit organizations such as the Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission, Los Angeles Mission, Midnight Mission, and Union Rescue Mission EWC contributes to organizations by recycling old and outdated donations of electronics EWC also regularly hosts e-waste collection events EWC works with local schools and colleges to promote the education of electronics recycling Proprietary: EWC Group, Inc.| Electronic Recycling Program 9
    10. 10. E-Waste Recycling Performance (Seattle Facility ONLY)  Recycled e-waste in 2009 CRTs: 1,512,886 lbs PCs: 169,450 lbs Misc: 129,486 lbs • Recycled e-waste in 2010 CRTs: 1,633,528 lbs PCs: 266,912 lbs Misc: 359,138 lbs  Recycled e-waste in 2011 CRTs: 3,448,694 lbs PCs: 331,164 lbs Misc: 660,562 lbs  Recycled e-waste in 2012 (Jan-Aug ONLY) CRTs: 2,656,325 lbs PCs: 131,053 lbs Misc: 2,056,212 lbs Proprietary: EWC Group, Inc.| Electronic Recycling Program 10
    11. 11. E-Waste Recycling Company Location Washington Facility Strategically located in King County, in Tukwila by major consumer shopping centers Accepting e-waste materials from within all of Washington State 27,000+ Sq. ft. facility houses over 1,800 pallets of inventory Open for drop offs from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday through Friday, Saturdays, 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM 11 Proprietary: EWC Group, Inc.| Electronic Recycling Program
    12. 12. E-Waste Recycling Down Stream Due Diligence  EWC does not allow the export of hazardous e-waste to developing countries  EWC ensures that the entire recycling chain is meeting high environmental and health regulations  EWC provides visible tracking records of e-waste throughout the product recycling chain Proprietary: EWC Group, Inc.| Electronic Recycling Program 12
    13. 13. E-Waste Recycling Down Stream Due Diligence: Why is it so important to find a recycler who practices ethical means of downstream?  Many “recyclers” export obsolete electronics to underdeveloped countries (where there are no or very little regulations) directly, or through third- parties  Underdeveloped countries use primitive methods of “recycling” such as cooking circuit boards or using acid baths  Underdeveloped countries do not have health/labor/environmental laws to protect their citizens Proprietary: EWC Group, Inc.| Electronic Recycling Program 13
    14. 14. E-Waste Recycling • Washington State E-Cycle/ WMMFA: Preferred Processor and Collector • Washington State Office of Minority and Women’s Business Enterprise •California Integrated Waste Management Board • U.S Environmental Protection Agency • Los Angeles County Certified Unified Program Agency • Department of Toxic Substances Control • Department of Food and Agriculture Weighmaster License • Southern California Minority Business Development Council • CA Compliance School (Modules 1-5) • City of Seattle Weighmaster Certification Certifications 14 Proprietary: EWC Group, Inc.| Electronic Recycling Program
    15. 15. E-Waste Recycling Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission Maric College Forever 21 Costco Whittier College Fox 11 Muckleshoot Indian Casino Cal Poly Pomona Hollywood Presbyterian Hospital Northwest Computer Support Cal State Fullerton Kindred Hospital Ben Bridge Jewelers Blue Cross La Curacao Benaroya Research Institute Brotman Medical Center Los Angeles Mission Puget Sound Regional Council California Hospital Medical Center Midnight Mission GM Nameplate BBVA Bancomer La Opinion Theriac Pharmaceuticals Cathay Bank Motion Picture Association of America Lynwood Unified School District Center Bank Mission Foods Newport-Mesa Unified School District City of Bell Gardens Office Depot Palos Verde Peninsula Unified School District City of Los Angeles Medical Center Paramount Pictures Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District City of Monterey Park Riverside Community Hospital Oceanside Unified School District City of Westminster St Mary Medical Center Saddleback Valley Unified School District Commerce Casino UCLA Medical Center San Gabriel Unified School District Devry Unisource Whittier Union High School District El Rancho Unified School District City National Plaza Baldwin Park Unified School District Embassy Suites 10100 Santa Monica References 15 Proprietary: EWC Group, Inc.| Electronic Recycling Program
    16. 16. E-Waste Recycling Contact Information Raymond Yu, Business Development Associate raymond@ewastecenter.com T: (206) 767-9950, F: (206) 767-9957 or visit our website www.ewcgroup.net 16 Proprietary: EWC Group, Inc.| Electronic Recycling Program
    17. 17. E-Waste Recycling APPENDIX 17 Proprietary: EWC Group, Inc.| Electronic Recycling Program
    18. 18. E-Waste Recycling EWC Logistics Trucks available from 12’ box trucks to 24’ box trucks Most pickups made within 1 to 4 days of request Drivers come prepared with dollies, pallet jack, and shrink wrap if requested For large pickups, EWC can supply packaging materials and manpower to help process the material for transport 18 Proprietary: EWC Group, Inc.| Electronic Recycling Program
    19. 19. E-Waste Recycling Recycling Process Initial sorting and weighing of materials The end-of-life electronic devices are disassembled All commodities are separated, sorted, and categorized Glass, plastic, metal are the bulk of what is recycled for reuse 19 Proprietary: EWC Group, Inc.| Electronic Recycling Program

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