NOV. 28, 2014 — Check out Magnum‘s company founder in this year’s Exceptional Entrepreneurs edition of SNJ Business People magazine. It is a great honor to be listed among those who made the cut this year. You can read the issue here. Also, the end of the year is nearly here. Do not forget to be out with the old in with the new. Drop off your old electronics with us and we will ensure they are properly disposed of.
NOV. 1, 2014 — Magnum Computer Recycling (Thanks for Being Green) would like to thank the Burlington County residents who came out to our recycling event this weekend. Burlco residents recycled over 19,000 lbs. of e-waste and continue to be one our best counties. Keep an eye out for the next event and remember you can always drop off at the Burlington County Improvement Authority in Mansfield, N.J. during their regular operation hours.
OCT. 1, 2014 — Magnum Computer Recycling (Thanks for Being Green) is now offering onsite data destruction for government organizations, businesses and individuals interested in destroying old data. Customers will now have the opportunity to watch their hard-drives and storage devices shredded to bits right before their eyes. The procedure is compliant with HIPAA, FACTA, GLB, and unclassified government material. Hard-drives will be degaussed (demagnetized) and physically destroyed by a shredding truck. All data is destroyed and a Certificate of Destruction will be issued for your own record-keeping. Check our Facebook page and website often for shredding opportunities.
SEPT. 7, 2014 — Cherry Hill residents, we cannot thank you enough for your contributions at our collection event this past weekend. What we thought would be a minor collection turned into a full-scale recycling effort. We applaud your effort in collecting over nine-thousand lbs. of e-waste. That is the reason Cherry Hill Twp. is our only 1-million pound producer. In our attempt to maintain a more sustainable environment, we count on the consistent effort of citizens statewide. Cherry Hill continues to prove their dependability and show their honest care for a better planet. Catch us at our next event on Sept. 20. Need the location? Just click forward to our Recycling Events page.
JULY 17, 2014 — Magnum Computer Recycling (Thanks For Being Green) has passed their second inspection from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) this year in the midst of rumors from an unknown source. So, we say this..Thank you for your concern but at Magnum, we are safe, clean and green. The results were so minuscule, OSHA administrators considered cancelling their follow-up meeting. All in all, we thank the OSHA members who can prove that Magnum is a grade-A company.
JULY 3, 2014 — Amidst concern and an anonymous complaint about our fire code, Magnum, invited Daniel Kerr (Lt. Chief) of the Pennsauken Fire Dept. to visit and inspect our warehouse.Once again, Magnum passed the inspection with flying colors. So, we say keep them coming! On a more positive note, thank you to those who support what we are doing to ensure e-waste is properly disposed of. We are excited to give back to our community and will continue to harvest our relationships with surrounding areas.
JUNE 22, 2014 — Magnum Computer Recycling (Thanks For Being Green) sends an extra special applause to Historic Smithville. We collected nearly 35,000 lbs. of electronics at Historic Smithville Park over the weekend. We are very impressed with residents’ ability to make it out in these hot summer months. Stop by for a drop-off before you leave for whatever destination you may be heading to.
JUNE 14, 2014 — We recently held a collection event at Camden County College to serve the residents of Camden County. Our guys stayed busy for 6 hours while collecting waste and it was a pleasure to have served your community. Stay tuned on our Facebook page for more info on collection events in your town.
JUNE 10, 2014 — We would like to thank our new friends at the Atlantic County 4H Club for collecting over 3,000 lbs. of electronic waste at their collection event earlier this month. Egg Harbor City residents, thank you, for coming out and supporting our cause. It was a pleasure to work with you and we look forward to continuing our relationship in the future.
MAY 9, 2014 — The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) – the main federal health and safety legislation enforcement agency – stopped in on Magnum to ensure the company was up to proper health and safety standards a midst rumors from competition. Magnum passed the inspection from top to bottom. Magnum prides itself in safe and ethical operations. Stay posted on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube for more info on the Magnum way.
APRIL 26, 2014 — Magnum Computer Recycling (Thanks for Being Green) held three collection events this past weekend. We thank the residents of Elk Twp., Pennsauken, and Winslow for coming out to support a great cause and stay tuned for our next event in your area. Check out pictures from the events on our Facebook page.
APRIL 22, 2014 — Magnum Computer Recycling (Thanks for Being Green) would like to thank ARI Fleet Management for working with us for a second straight year. The folks at ARI held an Earth Day Collection Event at both their Maple Shade and Mt. Laurel offices. Check out how the day went on our Facebook page.
MARCH 29, 2014 — Magnum Computer Recycling (Thanks for Being Green) held two collection events. The first event, in Camden County, was a great success. Camden County resident recycled over 37,000 lbs. of electronics. The second event, in Burlington County, was also an incredible collection event. Burlco residents recycled over 33,000 lbs. of e-waste. We would like to send a huge thank you to those who participated in these events.
MARCH 24, 2014 — Magnum Computer Recycling (Thanks for Being Green) is proud to announce that for the fifth consecutive year we will be running the electronics collection events for Camden County NJ. We look forward to continuing our strong relationship with the Camden County Department of Environmental Affairs. See our events page for collection dates.