About Us

Downstream Transparency

MMR tracks all e-waste entering its facility at all stages, from receiving reports, to reconciliation reports, to downstream vendors. This assures that all e-waste received by MMR is 100% recycled and traceable. This ensures that e-waste does not end up in local landfills and also ensures that it is not exported to other nations.

Certificates of recycling are issued by MMR. These certificates release clients from any liability after sending their e-waste to MMR for recycling, thus creating a level of comfort for clients knowing that their e-waste is being disposed of lawfully and ethically.

MMR’s Shredder

MMR operates one of the largest, most efficient and highest-capacity shredders. It is made up of different components that combine for 600 horsepower and weigh more than 120,000 pounds. The main shredder, which is large enough for consumer and commercial electronics scrap and is capable of handling more than 10 tons of electronic waste per hour.

Environmental Sustainability

Americans generate 4.5 pounds of trash per day. MMR captures electronic materials that would normally be sent to a landfill and convert those materials back into the raw commodities that are required to create new products.

Our recycling approach is one that ensures that as materials finish their useful life cycle they are recaptured and broken down into the elements that were originally used to create the product and reused in the creation of the next product or products.