About Magnum Computer Recycling
Facts about Magnum & electronic recycling in New Jersey.
As a visionary in the world of computer recycling, John has embraced a philosophy of environmental protection and sustainability. He oversees all strategic planning, operations, business functions and day-to-day aspects with the company. He is also personally committed to educating businesses and individuals about the importance of electronics recycling. At Magnum Computer Recycling, John works closely with area businesses to help establish safe, compliant, environmentally friendly methods to reuse and refurbish those materials and components.
John’s inspiration to launch Magnum Computer Recycling came from nature itself. While he was hiking in the woods several years ago, he unexpectedly discovered a large pile of discarded, used computer monitors. Frustrated and saddened to find this type of pollution in the wilderness, he was compelled to find a better, easier way to dispose of electronic waste. After conducting research, he learned that most organizations and schools had difficulty with properly discarding old electronic parts. At that point, John decided to create an eco-friendly company with a mission to stay as “green” as possible and collect used and unwanted electronic equipment, channeling them to the correct agencies for proper recycling or disposal.
John’s overarching goal is to raise the public’s awareness regarding the critical issue of recycling computer equipment and related electronics. This includes hard drives, monitors, keyboards, servers, TVs, wires and telecommunications hardware as well.
Since its initial launch, Magnum Computer Recycling has been on an aggressive growth path with no signs of slowing. Today, John works to create strategic partnerships with local governments, townships, schools and large businesses.
As a long-time entrepreneur, John founded his first corporation in 1988, which provided energy efficient lighting to customers in the tri-state area. During this venture, he successfully increased sales over 600% and later sold the business to his employees.
John’s career began in 1979 as a soft pretzel vendor. He later founded Koolzit Italian homemade ices. He also launched Aroma Coffee services that provided coffee to businesses in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware.
When John is not creating new ways to better the planet, he enjoys spending time with his family in Audubon, NJ, along with gourmet cooking, fishing and the outdoors.
Our Motto is “No Pick Up Too Small!”
Magnum Computer Recycling is an innovative, eco-friendly leader in computer recycling and electronic sustainability.
Founded in 2006 by entrepreneur John Martorano, Jr., the company is working to save the planet by helping businesses and corporations recycle computers and related electronics. Magnum Computer Recycling forms creative partnerships with organizations committed to protecting the environment and becoming eco-friendly through proper electronic recycling.
Education is very important to us. We are dedicated to educating companies and consumers about establishing enhanced eco-friendly processes and methods for reusing and recycling computers and a wide range of electronic devices.
Working with businesses large and small throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania and the surrounding area, we encourage others to “stay green” while helping our clients properly dispose of electronic waste products in accordance with local, county, state and federal laws.
Since its launch, Magnum Computer Recycling has successfully recycled over 15 million tons of computer equipment and electronic parts. The company has attracted a great deal of attention from the business community and works to provide tri-state area students with refurbished, working computers.
Our recycling service is free — and we welcome new clients every day!
Interested in learning more about computer and electronic recycling? Please contact us for more information.
Magnum Computer Recycling, is an approved Class D electronic e-waste recycling facility whose mission is to heighten the public’s awareness regarding the importance of recycling computer equipment and related electronics. We are an EPA registered company, (ID #: NJR986633493), as well as a member of the Central Contractor Registration, which allows us to partner with other government facilities. Our Class D recycling facility ID# is 593413
R2/ISO 14001 Certified.
Nicole Martorano – Vice President of Finance
John Martorano, III – Vice President of Operations
Joelle Martorano – Social Media, Marketing and Publicity
Chuck Stanek – Environmental Management Representative