E-waste recycling at Minot State University hits all-time high
Sims Recycling Solutions issued a certificate of destruction to Minot State University for technology e-waste received totaling 16,243 pounds. This exceeds last year’s total of 10,446 pounds. The e-waste comprised unusable, university-owned electronic and computer equipment, previously deemed scrap and beyond repair.
Sims Recycling is the facility contracted by Apple, Inc. as part of the Apple Recycling Program for Education. All material is processed in accordance with environmental policies and in compliance with all federal, state and local regulations. Information Technology Central and facilities management staff collected, palletized and loaded the items for transport to the recycling facility. For three years, MSU has utilized Apple’s free-waste recycling program for educational institutions.
For questions, contact Cathy Horvath, information technology director, at 858-4444 or firstname.lastname@example.org.