AnythingIT Announces Continued Growth With New Tampa, Florida Facility
AnythingIT, Inc. Now Occupies More Than 77,000 Square Feet
AnythingIT, Inc., (OTCBB:ANYI), a leading information technology electronics recycler and e-waste handler serving both government and commercial markets for over 20 years, announced today that its new 30,050 Square Foot Facility in Tampa, Florida is now fully operational. The facility first opened at the end of March, 2013 to process electronic waste, and perform both recycling and asset recovery to service new and existing customers.
David Bernstein, CEO stated, “The Tampa location will be able to recognize the immediate bottom-line benefits of our system-wide software implementation that allows for an automated and repeatable solution. The Tampa facility will follow the same certified standards as the Fair Lawn, NJ headquarters, ensuring that we remain at the highest levels of compliance with regulatory standards. We look forward to servicing both current and future valuable customers.”
AnythingIT is a US Government contractor holding small business certification as well as R2, e-Stewards, ISO 14001/9001, and Class D electronics recycling certifications. The company now occupies more than 77,000 square feet between the two locations.
AnythingIT is a leading asset management vendor and e-waste handler serving OEM’s, Equipment Resellers, government and enterprise clients. Services provided by the company include: data scrubbing, shredding, inventory management, repair and remarketing of equipment and recycling of parts and materials. AnythingIT has been operating since 1992 and is a GSA Schedule Holder who has achieved R2 and ISO 14001 certification.
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