FCM Announces Opening of New Facility in British Columbia

FCM Recycling Inc. is proud to announce the opening of their newest e-waste processing facility in Delta, British Columbia.

DELTA BC, January 19, 2012 – FCM Recycling Inc. (“FCM”) is excited to announce the opening of their newest facility located on Annacis Island, British Columbia.

With the opening of this 50,000 square foot facility, FCM expands its operations of providing end of life electronics processing services to residential consumers, businesses, governments and provincial programs.

“British Columbia, with a population of over 4 million people, is home to one of the most advanced and developed end of life electronics processing programs. FCM is excited to provide its services in the BC market and contribute to the local community through job creation and its involvement in the community” said Andrew Rubin, representative of FCM.

This facility will provide FCM with a national reach allowing it to service customers with their e-waste, ITAD and data destruction needs from the Canadian east to west coast.

About FCM Recycling

FCM Recycling is one of North America’s leaders in the recycling and safe disposal of end-of-life electronic equipment. We dispose of EOLEs with no impact to the environment and the highest level of data protection. We boast major processing facilities with state-of-the-art equipment, government certifications, over 18 years experience, and knowledgeable, dedicated personnel.

One of our key objectives was to become a pioneer in e-waste environmental services. We have achieved that objective. Today we strive to maintain our position as industry leader by continuously improving our processes and using the best practices available to us and the recycling industry.

EOLES received at any of FCM’s various state-of-the-art recycling facilities, are broken down into various recyclable components such as copper, aluminum, plastics, glass etc. Equipment is fully destroyed, ensuring that no data becomes exposed to pilfering, with Certificates of Destruction issued on request.

For more information about FCM Recycling please visit www.fcmrecycling.com