The founder and CEO of the New Jersey-based electronic waste recycling firm worked in conjunction with a freelance journalist to produce an informative online essay.
LAKEWOOD, NJ / ACCESSWIRE / November 9, 2021 / It is with much pride and enthusiasm that Albert Boufarah, founder and chief executive of experienced electronic waste (e-waste) recycling company SAMR Inc., announces that he has collaborated with a freelance journalist to craft an essay explaining how recycling e-waste benefits the economy. The article, which was published by a noted online periodical, went live on October 27, 2021 and is titled Albert Boufarah of SAMR INC. Discusses the Economic Benefits of E-Waste Recycling.
At the outset of the essay, Albert writes about the useful minerals that many e-waste products contain, and explains exactly why reusing them can save electronics manufacturers a good deal of money. "Electronic waste is known to contain a variety of different metals such as cobalt, copper, gold, palladium, silver, and platinum. These materials are worth recycling because they are relatively environmentally friendly and because they are highly durable -they can be reused to manufacture the next generation of computers and smartphones."
Further along in the piece, Albert Boufarah details how the overall economy benefits from e-waste recycling firms plying their trade. "The enterprise that acquires recycled materials creates employment opportunities by providing funds to increase staffing levels or directly hiring more employees themselves. The influx of capital into the community increases demand for other types of local businesses, opening new shops on the main street. The availability of recycled materials can increase innovation within original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), reducing production costs and boosting profits, thus increasing hiring levels," he notes, before adding, "Additionally, the increased demand for used materials means that a larger revenue stream is introduced into the recycling industry, allowing the expansion of this work to become a boon for both the environment and the economy as a whole."
The full text of the article is located here.
Anyone curious to learn more about Albert Boufarah and his professional endeavors is encouraged to visit his professional website, while anyone interested in learning more about SAMR Inc. and the many e-waste disposal services it provides is encouraged to visit the company's official website.
About Albert Boufarah:
Originally from Freehold, NJ, Albert Boufarah is a veteran businessman & a self-professed "serial entrepreneur". He started his first two companies in early adulthood, one dealing with traditional waste management and the other dealing with tree & yard waste disposal. With the success of these two companies, Albert Boufarah established himself as a force to be reckoned with in New Jersey's highly-competitive waste disposal industry.
Later, as he became more educated and concerned with climate change & other environmental issues, Albert turned his efforts toward finding eco-friendly solutions to waste management. As the millennium dawned, Albert established SAMR Inc. in order to realize his ambition of an industrial-scale, environmentally sustainable electronics recycling company and do his part to assist with the rehabilitation of the planet. In the years since, SAMR Inc. has surpassed his expectations in the realms of positive ecological and social impact, as well as expansion and profitability. Although he wears many hats professionally, Albert Boufarah views his position as the CEO of SAMR Inc. as his primary role.
About SAMR Inc.:
SAMR Inc. is one of the world's premier electronics recycling companies. It provides solutions for businesses, schools, hospitals, towns, and government entities looking to dispose of e-waste. The professional services that SAMR Inc. offers range from e-waste & TV recycling to secure data destruction to information technology asset management. With more than twenty years' experience and a state-of-the-art recycling facility located on premises, SAMR Inc. is one of only a handful of companies that can legally collect, demanufacture, and safely recycle computers and computer components. SAMR Inc. is headquartered in Lakewood, NJ, and services most of the Eastern United States.
Founder and CEO, SAMR Inc.
SOURCE: SAMR Inc.