The weekly business journal NJBiz recently named Hesstech, LLC a finalist in the inaugural NJBiz Green Leadership Awards to be held June 2nd at the Palace at Somerset Park.
Hesstech and Its Customers Celebrate Earth Day With 6 Events Across the United States
To celebrate Earth Day, Hesstech hosted electronics recycling
collection events for its customers' in 4 separate states. Six events were scheduled
on Earth Day. Three were held in Pennsylvania, and one each in Florida, New Jersey and
Wisconsin. It is estimated that more than 80,000 pounds of electronics were collected.
Hesstech Helps Educate Fans at the NBA's First CarbonNeutral Game
Hesstech joined the New Jersey Nets as they hosted the first
CarbonNeutral basketball game in NBA history.
HESSTECH, EDISON-BASED TECHNOLOGY RECYCLER, HONORED BY DEP FOR INNOVATIVE RECYCLING PROGRAM
Hesstech Facility Expansion
Hesstech expands facility an additional 14,000 sq. ft. bringing
total processing space to 65,000 sq. ft.. Due to an increase in demand and need
for increased service provision, Hesstech expanded the facility by 14,000 sq. ft..
Most of the expansion was to accommodate a dedicated in-house multi-station data
eradication center for parallel hard drive data destruction. The remainder of the
facility is utilized for recycling processes. The result is faster and more efficient
processing, tracking, and management of assets.
Hesstech Awarded READ Contract
Hesstech was named one of only eight small business recyclers nationwide
to be a Recycling Electronics Asset Disposition (READ) contractor. The READ designation
means that public service/gov't entities can rely on Hesstech to provide environmentally
responsible and proper handling of obsolete and decommissioned assets. Hesstech was also
included because of its remarketing capability for the government's Share-in-Savings program.
Hesstech Wins 2004 NJDEP Recycling Industry Award
Hesstech has earned a reputation not only as an industry leader,
but also as a leading advocate for the environment. The criteria to win this award
were based upon a company's ability to make a significant contribution toward
achieving the state's recycling goals. Other criteria included supporting and
promoting local or regional recycling programs. Companies were also judged based
upon innovative processes, services, or collection methods.