California’s largest electronics waste collector opens new HQ in Tustin, Calif.

All Green Electronics RecyclingTUSTIN, Calif. (CitizenWire) — All Green Electronics Recycling announces its new national headquarters’ grand opening on January 13, 2011 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. – a Green Carpet Event – followed by a free, three-day electronics recycling event aimed at giving back to the local community in Orange County. Both are open to the public and are located at: 15561 Del Amo Ave. in Tustin.

All Green Electronics Recycling is California’s largest electronics waste collector and it is excited to unveil its new headquarters to the general public and to celebrate with a special ribbon-cutting ceremony and more.

“We are particularly excited about the promising new job opportunities available for California residents,” says Arman Sadeghi, CEO, All Green Electronics Recycling.

All Green is growing at jaw-dropping rates. While many companies continue to cut back and lay off valuable employees, All Green has hired a new person every 4.1 days since its incorporation and is predicted to hire another 100 employees in the next six months.

In addition to new jobs, many local non-profits and schools will also benefit. All Green is creating community partnerships and setting up collection events while donating a percentage of the proceeds from the recycled electronics.

Rather than allowing old televisions or computers to end up at the dump, All Green provides the public with a way of recycling their old working or non-working electronics safely and responsibly – for free. In fact, those with at least 10 computers, monitors and televisions can go to: to schedule a free pick up in many areas.

About All Green Electronics Recycling:

Founded two years ago, All Green Electronics Recycling is a full-service electronics recycler and collector. It offers pick-up services as well as hundreds of convenient drop-off locations, nationwide. Currently, it collects more than two million pounds of electronics per month.

Unlike many of its competitors, the company sorts and separates all e-waste within their warehouse and does not ship anything overseas for processing. It also ensures that any electronics placed in its care will never find its way into a landfill.

All Green already has a recycling facility in Sacramento and is set to expand its New York operations within 60 days.

For more information; to check out the Electronics Recycling Carbon Footprint Calculator; or to locate a facility in your area, visit: .

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