Broken light bulbs. Computer upgrades. Dead batteries. Paper documents. These are just a few examples of everyday occurrences in daily business operations that require regulatory attention. Increasingly complicated compliance guidelines have placed a burden on organizations to assure adherence with local, state, federal, EPA, DEP and the multitude of privacy laws in existence today. We take care of these concerns for our clients with the assurance that compliance is a done deal! 


A certificate of destruction or recycling is meaningless without full downstream accountability. Recording every pound that we receive and every pound we ship, regardless of the material, allows for us to provide transparent downstream verification of the materials we process. And we encourage our clients to stop in whenever they are in the area to learn more about how their material is recycled. Try to make it on a Wednesday. That's our pizza day!

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2012 recipient of the William Heenan Recycling Markets Development Award


e-Stewards Certification is an electronics recycling and reuse standard and accredited certification program designed to enable companies to proudly demonstrate that they do things the right way. eForce is proud to work with Perry Johnson Registrars who act as our certification body.The e-Stewards Standard was developed by members of the environmental community who are leaders in the recycling and asset recovery businesses and experts in data security, worker protection and certification.

The e-Stewards Standard certification is awarded to service providers passing the world’s most rigorous and independently conducted audits and performance verification for electronics reuse, recycling, and data security services. The Standard requires stringent testing of devices prior to their sale for reuse, and forbids the export of e-waste to developing countries. To ensure accountability of processors, e-Stewards is the only standard in the world that not only requires rigorous annual audits, but conducts random unannounced inspections, and routinely places unannounced GPS tracking devices into its member processing streams to verify proper downstream management.

e-Stewards is the most valuable certification because it is most actively monitored. Improper handling of used electronics can cost millions in fines and remediation expenses under environmental and privacy laws. Further, e-Stewards also requires verifiable data erasure to protect all client confidential data, with requirements that meet or exceed any other standards.

The certification is only awarded to the highest performing and highest integrity electronics processors.
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There is a little secret that may surprise you: to properly handle and demanufacture electronics requires a PA DEP permit in the State of Pennsylvania. Anything less means your equipment will not be handled locally and there is a good chance it will end up overseas. eForce is one of a select few organizations that has permitted to perform electronic recycling services in Pennsylvania.
ISRI & Mid-Atlantic Chapter
A Washington, DC, based trade association, representing manufacturers and processors, brokers and industrial consumers of scrap commodities, including ferrous and nonferrous metals, paper, electronics, rubber, plastics, glass and textiles. ISRI's associate members include equipment and service providers to the scrap recycling industry.
IFMA is the world's largest and most widely recognized international association for professional facility managers, supporting more than 19,500 members in 78 countries.
PennFuture works to create a just future where nature, communities and the economy thrive. We enforce environmental laws and advocate for the transformation of public policy, public opinion and the marketplace to restore and protect the environment and safeguard public health. PennFuture advances effective solutions for the problems of pollution, sprawl and global warming; mobilizes citizens; crafts compelling communications and provides excellent legal services and policy analysis.
The GPHEA is a nonprofit organization that was founded by and for hotel engineers in the Greater Philadelphia area. We are proud to be an active member of this organization and have been able to assist many members in developing recycling solutions to increase the volume of materials avoiding the landfill.
The Coalition for American Electronics Recycling represents U.S. companies that believe electronics recycling should be performed securely and sustainably, for the benefit of the American economy. We are committed to growing an American industry with the capacity to manage the volume of e-waste generated within our borders, creating good jobs and expanded trade.

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