RAA uses MRF infrastructure for electronics

Recycle America Alliance LLC, a subsidiary of Houston-based Waste Management Inc., has initiated new electronics recycling collection services in Wisconsin, adding e-cycling services to five of its materials recovery facilities (MRFs).

RAA uses MRF infrastructure for electronicsThe Janesville, Milwaukee, Madison, Paper Valley and Superior MRFs will serve as collection depots (E-Depots) for electronics sourced from public and commercial customers and will accept computers, computer monitors, televisions and computer peripherals. The MRFs will also accept consumer electronics, such as stereos, VCRs and cell phones.

RAA has similar operations in Minnesota, Iowa and Illinois.

"We are excited to expand our recycling service offering for Wisconsin businesses and residents," says Jeffrey Fielkow, RAA's Upper Midwest director of operations.

RAA processes electronics collected at more than 85 recycling or disposal facilities nationwide and has three electronics processing facilities in Phoenix, Houston and Minneapolis. The company also has service contracts with Compucycle in Houston; ElectroniCycle in Gardner, Mass.; E-Recycling of California in Paramount; ReCellular Inc. of Detroit; Quicksilver Recycling Services in Tampa; and Sims Recycling Solutions in Hayward, Calif.