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E-waste Recycling August 23, 2019 01:30:03 PM

Statesville-Headquartered E-Waste Recycler Unveils Modern Dallas Facility

Paul Ploumis
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The 20,000 square-foot Dallas facility is much smaller when compared with its Statesville and Woodland facilities.

Statesville-Headquartered E-Waste Recycler Unveils Modern Dallas Facility

SEATTLE (Scrap Monster): The Statesville, N.C.-headquartered SMR Worldwide has announced opening of its third U.S. site in Dallas, Texas. The company already has processing facilities in Statesville and Woodland, California.

The 20,000 square-foot Dallas facility is much smaller when compared with its Statesville and Woodland facilities which are over 100,000 square feet and 60,000 square feet respectively. However, the location of the facility is expected to help the company better serve its customers logistically. Incidentally, the area is home to two major airports, in addition to highly skilled and educated workforce.

The site will initially have four employees. It will provide IT Asset Disposition (ITAD) and other services, including e-waste recycling services for OEMs, distributors & integrators, and enterprise end users, similar to those provided by the other locations. However, in the event of a large scale shredding project, SMR will ship the devices to its Statesville facility or to a partner company for further processing. Upon full capacity, the Dallas plant will be capable to handle up to 4 million pounds per month, which will be expanded in future.

According to SMR press notification, the Dallas site is the first of several additional U.S. locations which it plans to add in the near future. It intends to add up to three new locations in the U.S. by 2021 and up to five new locations worldwide by 2023.  

Founded in 2014, SMR Worldwide had reported total revenue of $25.1 million in 2018, recording a three-year growth of 265%.

This story originally appeared in Resource Recycling

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