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Ingram Micro Partners with BAN to Have e-Stewards Certification for All Facilities

Paul Ploumis
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Upon achieving the milestone, Ingram will emerge as the first e-Stewards certified ITAD service provider having operations spanning five continents.

Ingram Micro Partners with BAN to Have e-Stewards Certification for All Facilities

SEATTLE (Scrap Monster):  Irvine, California-based Ingram Micro- a leading IT asset disposition services provider has committed to achieve e-Stewards certification standard for all its worldwide facilities within three years. The announcement to this effect was made jointly by the company and the Basel Action Network (BAN). Upon achieving the milestone, Ingram will emerge as the first e-Stewards certified ITAD service provider having operations spanning five continents.

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The company’s existing three U.S. facilities are already e-Stewards certified. In addition to the U.S. facilities, Ingram will expand its certification to 14 additional facilities located in Brazil, Canada, China, Colombia, France, Germany, India, the Netherlands, Peru, Singapore, Spain and the U.K. Also, the company aims to achieve certification for the three planned facilities in Australia, New Zealand and Mexico.

Todd Zegers, vice president, ITAD, Commerce & Lifecycle Services, Ingram Micro noted that the global certification initiative is part of company’s efforts to maintain the highest standards of environmental and social responsibility across its operating facilities. Meantime, Jim Puckett, founder of e-Stewards program stated that BAN is gratified that Ingram has chosen e-Stewards to certify its processing facilities.

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