Cascade Asset Management Opens New Indianapolis Electronics Recycling Facility

July 03, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
Cascade Asset Management (Cascade) announced its expansion into the Indianapolis market with the opening of a new 24,700 square foot technology equipment asset retirement and recycling operation in the town of Plainfield, just south of the Indianapolis airport.

“We are excited to be able to better serve our national clients and the State of Indiana from this new location,” said Neil Peters-Michaud, CEO of Cascade. “Over 65% of the population of the US lives within 700 miles of Indianapolis, making it a strategic hub for collecting and processing electronics.”

The Indianapolis location is Cascade’s second full-service processing center. Its 32,000 square foot headquarters in Madison, Wisconsin, currently handles over one million pounds of electronics per month.
The Indianapolis site also features many of the same green building elements of Cascade’s Madison plant. The building is a brand new concrete tilt-up construction conveniently located near the intersection of two major interstates. The processing center will feature state-of-the art IT equipment testing, refurbishing, dismantling, and shredding, as well as data security and infectious waste decontamination capabilities.

Cascade Asset Management has provided full service, safe and sound technology asset retirement solutions since 1999. It employs more than 70 individuals and has doubled its throughput in the last six months. Cascade serves Fortune 500 companies, municipalities and more than 500 other regional businesses. It recently received ISO 14001 Registration from BVQI and is a Certified Electronics Recycler, audited through the International Association of Electronics Recyclers.

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