April 23, 2019 – Dallas, Texas – Re-Teck, a member of the Li Tong Group, announced that the City of Cedar Hill and Cedar Hill Independent School District (CHISD) launched Recycle for a Cause in celebration of Earth Day. They recently partnered with Re-Teck to implement the recycling program which strives to educate and prevent harmful e-waste from entering our landfills. According to the EPA, e-waste is the fastest growing municipal waste stream in America representing 70% of the overall toxic waste. E-waste consists of electronic products and the components within them. Recycle for a Cause places recycling bins within local schools, businesses or organizations to collect used electronics including cell phones, tablets, laptops, desktops and gaming systems and thereby preventing this harmful e-waste from being sent to the city dump. This recycling program takes potentially harmful waste, recycles and repurposes it for materials recovery. Click here for photos
“The City is proud to collaborate with CHISD, Re-Teck and Recycle for a Cause to provide residents new and convenient avenues to recycle everyday electronics. Our community has consistently taken the lead in beautification and environmental sustainability through similar programs such as Environmental Collection Days, Adopt Cedar Hill and Bitter for Litter. I invite our community to again show their distinctive Cedar Hill character and help keep Cedar Hill beautiful through this new electronic recycling program,” shared Duy Vu, Cedar Hill Environmental Manager, Public Works.
“Cedar Hill ISD and the City of Cedar Hill have a long history of partnering together for great causes. Our newest partnership with Re-Teck, aligns with both organization’s visions of providing innovative opportunities in a safe and clean environment. The Recycle for a Cause program gives CHISD staff, scholars and their families a convenient way to dispose of harmful electronic waste, while benefitting education and assisting veterans through Rebuilding Our Heroes. Educating our scholars about the importance of e-waste recycling prepares them for a global marketplace and helps keep Cedar Hill beautiful,” commented Neil Bolton, Executive Director of Technology for Cedar Hill ISD.
“We are excited to work with the City of Cedar Hill and Cedar Hill ISD celebrating Earth Day by reducing e-waste through Recycle for a Cause while raising funds for the district’s students and Rebuilding Our Heroes, a veteran 501c organization,” stated Darren Ferrar, Manager of Business Development for Re-Teck. “Texas schools are taking the lead by educating their students and communities about safe ways to dispose of e-waste. Re-Teck is currently working with community leaders and schools in several cities to implement Recycle for a Cause.”
Adam Davidson, President and Co-Founder of Rebuilding Our Heroes (ROH), commented, “On behalf of the ROH team, I’d like to thank the City of Cedar Hill and the Cedar Hill ISD for supporting our veterans and the Recycle for a Cause movement led by Re-Teck.”
If your organization, community or school district is interested in learning more about electronic recycling, please contact Darren Ferrar at 214.601.7074 or via email at email@example.com. For more information on Re-Teck, visit www.re-teck.com.
About Re-Teck & Li Tong Group
Re-Teck is a member of Li Tong Group (LTG). LTG is the global market leader in Reverse Supply Chain Management (RSCM) solutions for OEMs, enterprises, government, and consumers for the reuse, remanufacture and recovery (3R) of both Post-Industrial Recovery (PIR) and Post-Consumer Recycling (PCR) and hi-tech products and components including mobile devices, smart devices, big-data network and telecom equipment. As a global organization, Re-Teck has a worldwide network to recycle or remarket electronic components and thus provide the largest return on investment for their clients. The Grand Prairie locations offers clients 3 R2 facilities centrally located within the US. In addition to being a global leader in RSCM solutions, Re-Teck’s Grand Prairie location is a leader regionally partnering with local municipalities, local school districts and local veterans organizations.
In the past 18 years, LTG has developed a global network of 20+ wholly owned facilities across North America, APAC, EU, MEA and Latin America, which currently serves more than 100 customers and employs more than 1,200 people worldwide. It has an extensive patent portfolio for innovative methods and automated systems of digital processing and reclamation technologies.
About Rebuilding Our Heroes (ROH)
Rebuilding Our Heroes is a collaboration of vision and forces to assist Veterans with the transition from soldier to civilian. We are committed to housing Veterans while integrating reclaimed, recycled, and biodegradable materials into eco-friendly homes built by veterans for veterans. We have chosen to empower our heroes by assisting them with health services, employment and resolution based affordable housing, facilitating their desire and drive to redirect their lives and the lives of their families.