Electronics Recycling Company Working Hard to Keep San Diego Green
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA May 30, 2017 - SES - Secure E-Waste Solutions - has just been named to the San Diego Business Journal's list of the 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies. A surprising honor, it recognizes the hard work the company has done in the e-recycling arena over the past few years.
A Recycling Center and So Much More
SES has been working for years to help provide San Diego residents and businesses with an electronics recycling resource they can turn to. Today, they've built a company that provides highly customized solutions to help deal with e-waste throughout the area.
"Millions of metric tons of e-waste end up in landfills every year. We can put a stop to that, and that's a big part of the reason we create SES. We're working to decrease the threat to the environment every day, and it's something we're pretty proud of," said Larry Kurschner, Chief Executive Officer.
While the company's main focus is on industrial and commercial e-waste, they also offer services at the residential level, including unique e-recycling fundraisers for various community organizations.
About the Honor
Each year, the San Diego Business Journal publishes their list of the fastest growing private companies in the area based on their research into the area's growing companies. Each is honored with a spot on the list and a reception and awards program. The list not only helps recognize those businesses, but also creates a positive impact on the business community as a whole.
"We're honored to be part of the list this year," said Chief Executive Officer, Larry Kurschner. "We've really worked hard to create services that San Diego needs to stay green, and this award is proof that our work is paying off. We look forward to adding additional services to meet the needs of individuals and businesses in the future."
About SES - Secure E-Waste Solutions
Secure E-Waste Solutions - is San Diego's leading e-waste recycling facility. Offering services to residents and businesses alike, SES handles a variety of e-waste issues, including de-installation, pickup, and hard drive shredding.