Securis Recycled 20,000 Pound of E-Waste at Community Event

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Oct 30th, 2020



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Securis is dedicated to its clients and to the communities that it serves. That was evident during an event in Broadlands, VA. During the event, Securis was able to collect and recycle 20,000 pounds of electronics and technology equipment from throughout the community. The Broadlands HOA’s technology committee and Boy Scout Troop 1154 from Eagle Ridge Middle School were also on-site to volunteer and help collect the electronics equipment.

20,000 tones of e-waste recycled

Having the Boy Scouts volunteer is yet another example of how Securis tries to give back and empower the communities where it works. The event was one where the Boy Scouts learned valuable lessons of teamwork, organization, and customer service. For the Broadlands residents, it was an opportunity to clean out their homes and get rid of old and obsolete technology that they no longer use. By having Securis recycle the equipment, 20,000 pounds of electronics will be repurposed rather than tossed into a landfill.

Securis tries to give back and empower the communities

While Securis has built its reputation on its corporate clients, it is always eager to organize community events such as the one held at Broadlands that was such a success. If you are interested in organizing a community collection event, please contact Dan Mattock at 703-436-1967. Based on the success of this event, next month Securis will be hosting a collection event for all of Loudoun County.

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