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Processor opens facility in West Virginia


Infinite Electronics Recycling is adding a second location, growing its geographical coverage area in the eastern U.S. 

IER, a firm primarily serving businesses and other large asset generators, is in the process of setting up the new site in Charleston, W.Va., slated to open on June 1. 

The 10,000-square-foot Charleston location joins the company’s primary 100,000-square-foot processing facility in Wintersville, Ohio, which opened in early 2020. The Ohio location features a full demanufacturing department, refurbishment and ITAD services, serving a region that includes the Columbus area, Erie, Pa. area and more. 

The new location will initially serve as a transfer center, where devices retired in the Charleston area will be redirected either directly to a downstream processor or up to IER’s Ohio location. The two facilities are about 200 miles apart. 

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