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American Electronics Recycling to add new plant.

The Board of Directors for American Electronics Recycling LLC (AER), an electronics recycling company with locations in Jacksonville and Bradenton, Fla., has authorized the installation of processing equipment at a new 60,000-square-foot facility in Sarasota, Fla.

AER has purchased two large shredding units from SSl Shredding Systems, Wilsonviile, Ore., along with various separation units from other suppliers. The equipment is slated to be installed by the end of July 2006.

The equipment will give AER the potential to process 8 to 12 tons per hour of electronics and assorted nonferrous materials.

"AER is committed to proper handling and destruction of electronics materials," the company says in a press release. The new facility and processing equipment will enable AER "to achieve optimal recycling and reuse of these materials," the company says.
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Title Annotation:ELECTRONICS RECYCLING
Publication:Recycling Today
Date:May 1, 2006
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