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All Green recycles an entire range of electronic waste from computers to medical equipment.
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Welcome to All Green Recycling
All Green Recycling, Inc. (AGR) is a Nationally Certified Women-Owned Business Enterprise (WBE) and a full-service industrial, commercial and consumer recycling company with a focus on exceptional customer satisfaction. We provide secure asset recovery and end-of -life management for a broad range of electronic waste, from computers to medical equipment. Our services also include management of returns, refurbishment of still-useful items, re-use/re-sale and complete recycling.
What does All Green Recycling Do?
- We have created a national footprint to serve the recycling industry.
- We provide additional management, sales and marketing to the businesses we have aligned, governed by a uniform set of systems, procedures and protocols.
- We have a national sales team ready to support operational management, using cloud based systems and software, to handle the work.
- Press Release / August 7, 2017All Green Recycling Inc. becomes pioneer for corporate social responsibility in Charlotte, NC with B Corp certification
All Green Recycling, an Environmental Technology Company, is proud to announce that it has become the first company in Charlotte NC to achieve B Corp certification. The designation places it among an elite, vetted group of companies committed to being a force for good and creating value for society beyond profit alone.
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- NCTA / April 2017Carol Jegou, Chairman and CEO of All Green Recycling Inc., featured in North Carolina Technology Association's "Executive Spotlight"
Bloomberg Businessweek / January 8, 2013
The Right Way to Destroy Sensitive Data
A company gives a batch of old computers to a recycler but neglects to delete the data stored on them. A few months later the hard drives–full of Social Security numbers, credit-card information, and corporate secrets–are for sale on EBay or a street corner in Ghana. It's a corporate nightmare. And it's an all-too-common scenario with e-waste.
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