Electronic Recyclers International (ERI), the nation’s leading recycler of electronic waste, announced today that it will open its new 81,000 square foot facility in Aurora, Colorado this coming September, which more than doubles the size of its current Denver facility. The new highway-adjacent location in the eastern portion of the Denver metro area will be located at 3250 Abilene Street in Aurora. The interior of the space is being designed by ERI to fit its specific needs and passion for green industry. ERI signed a five year term with an additional five year renewal option for the location. “We’re very proud of the great work we have already achieved with the people and officials of Colorado,” said John Shegerian, Chairman and CEO of ERI. “Now, with the continuous growth of the electronic recycling and urban mining markets and the impending landfill ban on e-waste for the state, we need to grow to accommodate the needs of Colorado and the Rocky Mountain region. We’re proud of the new space we are developing and are looking forward to continued growth and more opportunities to get good, green work done!” “ERI is a fast-paced, innovative and constantly growing company,” said Todd Witty with CBRE, leasing agent on behalf of Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada, landlords of the space, “and we feel this state-of-the-art, highway-adjacent location really compliments ERI’s entrepreneurial energy. We’re excited to be working with them and to have such an admirable organization as a tenant!” “We’re proud to be the Colorado home of Electronic Recyclers’ new facility in northern Aurora,” said Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan. “The ever-improving electronics industry and its constant replacement of older products, combined with state recycling laws, underscore the need for companies like ERI. We’re pleased to have partnered with the Aurora Economic Development Council to make sure permitting could fit with ERI’s timeline to expand and grow its operations.” For more information on general recycling needs, visit electronicrecyclers.com or urbanmining.org.
Electronic Recyclers International to Launch New 81,000-Sq.-Ft. Colorado Facility in Aurora
The Aurora facility, opening this coming September, more than doubles the size of ERI’s current Denver facility.