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  E-World Online and Earth911 have partnered to give manufacturers the opportunity to label their wares for recycling. / July 29, 2011

E-waste processor E-World Online and Earth911, the host of a large online recycling directory, have partnered to give manufacturers the opportunity to label their wares for recycling. The labels will guide more consumers to local options for disposal via the Earth911 directory.

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  Lessons in Leaderships: Operationalizing Sustainability Through an Integrated Management System / Monday, July 18, 2011

E-World Recyclers successfully implements an integrated QEHS management systems approach.

Many organizations are struggling with how to effectively operationalize sustainability initiatives for competitive advantage, particularly in these challenging economic times. The issue is especially important given thatorganizations often must undergo significant change efforts to reap the benefits of sustainability programs.

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  Award Recognizes Local E-Waste Recycling Company's President

San Diego NBC 7 News June 29, 2011 --Cindy Erie, president of E-Word Recyclers in Vista, was named the 2011 Small Business Person of the Year. Find out what makes her company stand out. Also, learn about the Small Business Development Center which helps small business owners improve their managerial and technical skills. Source: Award Recognizes Local E-Waste Recycling Company's President | NBC San Diego

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  Erie makes e-waste more efficient / Thursday, June 9, 2011

As co-founder and president of Vista-based E-World Recyclers, Cindy Erie gives a second life to obsolete electronics that would otherwise be relegated to the trash.

Some electronics can be wiped of a previous users data and refurbished. Others are dismantled, piece by piece, and sold in bulk as bits of plastic, glass and metals.

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  San Diego CBS News 8 annual Shred and E-Waste Day

San Diego CBS News 8 November 11, 2010 --News 8 is teaming up with Cintas Document Management, E-World Recyclers and the Boy Scouts for our annual Shred and E-Waste Day.

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  A greener, cleaner way to mine for metal: Vista company specializes in recycling electronics, keeping toxic substances out of landfills
By Samantha Sutantio

SignOnSanDiego.com January 31, 2010 --Technology today is advancing at what seems to be an ever-increasing speed, as gadget-obsessed shoppers sweep the latest and greatest products off the shelves. But for every new innovation, an old generation of gadgets goes to the landfill. And as these unwanted devices start to pile up, toxic substances such as lead and mercury start becoming a problem. Here's where a Vista-based company, E-World Recyclers, aspires to provide a solution....

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  E-World Recyclers Committee of the Year

December 2009 -- E-World Recyclers awarded the Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce's Sustainable Committee of the Year 2009

  E-World Recyclers recognized for Clean Green Technology by San Diego

December 2009 -- E-World Recyclers receives several award nominations for their green business practices.

  E-World Recyclers teams up with the Escondido Children's Museum for iRecycle Exhibit

November 2009 -- E-World Recyclers donates electronics to the Escondido Children's Museum's grand opening of the iRecycle Exhibit on 11/20/09. Lyle DeStigter, COO at E-World worked closely with the designers of the exhibit to collect the necessary electronics needed. iRecycle is a fun and interactive way for children to learn about the harm and danger of electronic items in our environment and how they're supposed to make sure they get disposed of properly.

  Children in Jabez Bethel Preparatory Academy in Malindi Kenya receive their very first laptop donated by E-World Recyclers

September 2009 --Vivian Johnson, President of Harvest For Humanity International Inc. www.harvestforhumanity.org delivers a laptop computer donated by E-World Recyclers to these children at Agape Education in Matetee, Uganda East Africa in September 2009. This is also their first computer and will serve the entire school.

  Manufacturer Interstate Takeback System Debuts in Washington to Responsibly Recycle Electronics Waste, Reports E-World Online

GardenIsland.com September 17, 2009 --LIHU'E County officials report that the electronic waste recycling event held recently was very successful. Nearly 600 residents and 160 businesses came to the free event, bringing assorted electronic items for recycling, a county news release says. As a result, 67 tons of electronics were diverted from the Kekaha Landfill....

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  Manufacturer Interstate Takeback System Debuts in Washington to Responsibly Recycle Electronics Waste, Reports E-World Online

Green.TMCnet.com August 11, 2009 --E-World Online today announced the debut of the Manufacturer Interstate
Takeback System (MITS). Conceived and developed by E-World Online, with direction from Sony Electronics, the system will perform multiple functions: tracking the collection, transportation and responsible recycling of household, small business and small government electronics waste in various extended producer responsibility (EPR) programs throughout the U.S....

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  E-World recyclers presents Laptop to Local Student

Vista Chamber of Commerce Newsletter June 2009 --E-World Recyclers recently contributed to the career of college bound Rancho Buena Vista High School student, Jose Garcia, by presenting him with a laptop. Accompanied by his former teacher Jan O' Reilly and Erica Glennon, a coordinator for the AVID mentoring program, Garcia received the laptop at the company's main offices. Cindy Erie, E-World Recyclers' President, presented the grateful student with an IBM Thinkpad, carrying case, and a suite of software applications to help him in his studies. "We wanted to honor Jose for his hard work and perseverance in the face of many challenges, and assist him as he continues on his educational path," Erie said...

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  Bob & Cindy Erie of E-World Recyclers: First E-Recyclers in San Diego
By Heather Petrek

Vista Magazine Summer 2009 --The first electronics recycling facility in San Diego County is located in the city of Vista. Bob Erie, CEO, and Cindy Erie, President, are a husband and wife team and founders and owners of E-World Recyclers, whose goal is to protect the environment by reducing, reusing and recycling electronic waste...

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  Over The Last 10 Years The SBDC Helped Small Businesses Obtain $22 Million In Loans

Small Business Development Center North San Diego County June 2009 --During the past ten years, the dedicated staff and consultants of the SBDC have worked with 13,700 budding entrepreneurs and existing small businesses and helped them start, grow, expand their businesses and contribute to the economic growth of San Diego County...

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  Vista company carves recycling niche
By Chris Bagley

North County Times June 9, 2009 --Where do old computers go when they die? A growing number pass through industrial parks in Vista and Poway and then back to Silicon Valley and other manufacturing centers via dozens of circuitous routes. E-World Recyclers LLC breaks down electronics and appliances at its facility near Sycamore Avenue in southeast Vista and then sells the component material to scrap dealers. Launched in 2006, the company is trying to expand the recycling industry's niche between waste-collection companies and the various manufacturers of new products...

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  Commodities Slump Short-Circuits E-Waste Recyclers
By Mark Larson

San Diego Business Journal May 25, 2009 --In 1999, The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) hosted by MiraCosta Community College opened to the San Diego small business community. This year marks their tenth anniversary of helping San Diego small businesses succeed...

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  The SBDC Drives San Diego Small Businesses to Success

Small Business Development Center North San Diego County April 30, 2009 --Where do old computers go when they die? A growing number pass through industrial parks in Vista and Poway and then back to Silicon Valley and other manufacturing centers via dozens of circuitous routes. E-World Recyclers LLC breaks down electronics and appliances at its facility near Sycamore Avenue in southeast Vista and then sells the component material to scrap dealers. Launched in 2006, the company is trying to expand the recycling industry's niche between waste-collection companies and the various manufacturers of new products...

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  Chinese technology benefits US firm
By Dan Weisman

China Daily March 30, 2009 --Despite the so-called "greening" of America, the US has been slow to recycle electronic waste. Approximately 400 million units of consumer electronics are tossed out every year, creating vast amounts of potentially toxic waste. But a California recycling firm and a Chinese tech company have teamed up to make treasure out of this e-trash, while at the same time helping the environment...

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  E-world Recycling Event at Petco Park
By Quincy Sultzbaugh

sdgreenlife.com March 21, 2009 --On February 21, 2009 the Padres and Cox Communications teamed up with E-World Recyclers in the Petco Park parking lot to collect all sorts of e-waste.  E-World then takes the products and disposes of them safely and responsibly...

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  E-World Recyclers Pitches In With The Padres And Cox Communications At Petco Park
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News Blaze (Eworldwire) March 9, 2009 --On Saturday, Feb. 21, 2009, E-World Recyclers partnered with the San Diego Padres and Cox Communications to host an electronic waste collection event at Petco Park. Throughout the day, crews gathered several tons...

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  Campus wide event garners strength
by James Sebring

CSUSM Pride February 3, 2009 --CSUSM's Risk Management and Safety department is sponsoring its first Electronic Waste Recycling event on Feb 7, 2009. They are extending the opportunity to...

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  SAN MARCOS: CSUSM to host free e-waste recycling event Saturday

North County Times February 3, 2009 --Cal State San Marcos will host a free electronic waste recycling event from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday in...

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  E-Trash Treasures
by Ernie Grimm

San Diego Reader January 14, 2009 --It's not yet 9:00 a.m. on September 6, but the late-summer sun is already baking the blacktop of the Qualcomm Stadium parking lot. It's hot and promises to get hotter. Sweat drips from the foreheads of 75 workers gathered in the lot's northeast corner. The workers wear chocolate brown T-shirts bearing the name of Cymer, the Rancho Bernardo laser-technology firm, but they're not Cymer employees. They work for E-World Recyclers, a Vista company that recycles discarded electronics.

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