|By Marketwired .||
|March 6, 2014 11:30 AM EST||
CINCINNATI, OH and IRVINE, CA and LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwired) -- 03/06/14 -- E-Waste Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: EWSI) ('EWSI, "eWaste Systems," or the "Company"), an electronic waste management, reverse logistics, environmentally focused services and technology company and the first pure play public e-waste operator, is extending an open invitation to the public to attend the grand opening of the new Cincinnati processing center.
Investors, business partners, media outlets, and folks from the community are all invited to tour the facility and meet the staff behind the green 'e.' "This event represents an incredibly important milestone in our journey to becoming a world-class organization, and it is a true testament to the tireless efforts and devotion from our talented staff," said Martin Nielson, Founder and CEO of eWaste Systems. "The facility itself boasts some of the most advanced processing techniques in the industry and combines all of EWSI technologies under one roof and we are already seeing a profound improvement in our capabilities, functionality, and efficiencies."
For the event, Martin Nielson will be joined by Julie Peterson, President of eWaste Systems Cincinnati and Director of Operations for EWSI, Dan Feeney, head of eManagement, Susan Johnson, Treasurer & Vice President, Doyle Webster, Mayor of Springdale, the Chief of Police, the Chief of Fire, and several members of the City Council. The Cincinnati Business Courier has also confirmed their attendance. "The staff here has really come together in putting the processing center together, and we are all buzzing with excitement as the unveiling draws nearer," said Julie Peterson. "I think those who attend are in for quite a surprise about what an e-waste processing facility can look like."
The state-of-the-art processing center is housed in the Cincinnati suburb of Springdale, Ohio, center of the Cincinnati/Dayton Metroplex. Nearby businesses include GE Aviation and Cincom Systems.(1) Peterson added, "This location is one to keep an eye on because there will be continuous developments emerging from here as the company evolves. Today we occupy 50,000 square feet and can process up to 75,000,000 pounds of e-waste annually but as the company grows and evolves, so will this facility."
Guests are welcome to arrive by 10:00 am, and view the ribbon cutting ceremony with the Mayor at 11:30 am EST. Guided tours will be given throughout the day, ending at 4:00 pm. "Although we are completely operational, the equipment will get a rest while we show you how everything works, so safety goggles and ear plugs will not be required," added Peterson.
When: Thursday, March 20th, 2014
Schedule (all times EST):
- 10:00 am - Guests are invited to arrive
- 11:30 am - Official ribbon cutting ceremony
- 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm - Guided Tours
Where: 12075 Northwest Blvd - Bldg 300 - Cincinnati, OH 45246
Please RSVP early by emailing [email protected]. For additional information, questions, comments, or general inquiries, contact Director of Shareholder Relations, Robert Shaw at [email protected] or 800.994.0691.
About E-Waste Systems, Inc.
E-Waste Systems, Inc. is the first pure play public company in the emerging waste electrical and electronics equipment ("WEEE") industry. EWSI targets companies facing regulatory or other mandates for handling e-waste. EWSI operates and assists its large geographical network of affiliates, applying best practices in professional management, offering state-of-the-art engineering, and providing a truly global e-waste solution. Additional information, including the business plan summary, pictures and descriptions of the facilities, staff, and overall progress of the Company is available on the official website and social media sites: www.ewastesystems.com, Facebook, Twitter (@ewastesystemsin), and LinkedIn. Or contact: Shareholder Relations at: [email protected] and 800.994.0691.
EWSI brings technology, including its proprietary ePlant1000, eWasteCC carbon credit and eWasteTRACK solutions, certifications from R2 and eStewards, regulatory and industry knowledge and experience, and management services to its subsidiaries, affiliates, brand licensees, and teaming partners around the world as part of its strategy to extend the presence and global influence of the Company's branded services and technologies.
Safe Harbor Statement: Certain statements and information included in this release may constitute "forward-looking statements" as defined in the Federal Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of the company to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied in such statements. Additional discussion of factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from management's projections, estimates and expectations is contained in the Company's SEC filings. The Company assumes no obligation to update any forward-looking statements as a result of new information, future events or developments, except as required by federal securities laws.
(1) Springdale TourBook. Retrieved from: http://www.elocallink.tv/clients3/oh/springdale/tourplay.php?movie=sprioh10_eco_rev2_iwd&spon=economic
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