The City of Germantown recently awarded S3 Recycling Solutions a contract to collect, process and market electronic waste during its semi-annual Amnesty Dumpster and Recycling Days. S3 was selected from a field of three bidders to manage the events for The City.
Amnesty Dumpster and Recycling Days are free events open to the residents of Germantown, and the first 2018 event will occur the week of Earth Day on Saturday April 21, at Johnson Road Park. A limited quantity of surplus e-waste will also be collected at City of Germantown official offices.
Residents will be allowed to drop off unwanted items that are typically not accepted by standard trash collection such as cell phones, printers, computers, copy and fax machines and one television and computer monitor.
“We are excited to partner with the City of Germantown for its e-waste collection and recycling efforts,” said S3 Recycling Solutions CEO Rod McDaniel. “Our corporate mission is to maximize security, stewardship and sustainability through technology recycling solutions. We are eager to share our mission with Germantown and its residents.”
S3 is a Tennessee-based company that provides electronic recycling and data destruction services for corporate and government organizations across the U.S. and in Canada. Its most recent public e-waste drop-off event was for residents of Middle Tennessee in conjunction with America Recycles Day in November 2017.