**EWSI ULTIMATE DD** Business Description
E-Waste Systems, Inc. has been established to create a market- leading, integrated business in the emerging waste electrical and electronics equipment ("WEEE") industry, targeting businesses facing regulatory or other mandates for handling ewaste.
E-Waste Systems, Inc. plans to do so by acquiring a select number of high-quality companies with strong management teams that have a shared commitment to helping customers achieve cost effective and environmentally responsible compliance with e-waste recycling and disposal requirements.
E-Waste Systems, Inc. will leverage and extend its acquisitions' established customer relationships by expanding the services offered to customers, applying best practices in professional management, and by investing in state-of-the-art recycling technology - creating a truly global service provider in the e-waste sector. E-Waste Management
Electronic waste is a global problem and challenges every person and organization around the world. At EWSI, we choose to operate within the confines of the European Union's WEEE Directive, which is generally regarded as the highest set of standards in the world. Every company we acquire and every company we partner with must agree to operate by these same standards even local laws in that jurisdiction don't demand it.
We can be your trusted partner and together we can manage of the end of life processes to recover value from and responsibly recycle all forms of e-waste. By using EWSI, you can be confident that your brands and corporate image will be protected, the environment protected, and maximum value is derived.
Our WEEE recycling services including:
We base our categories of e-waste on the WEEE Directive categories
We operate a zero-landfill objective
Advanced, state of the art processes to achieve maximum extraction of materials to produce new manufacturing input
Completely transparent processing to comply with event the most stringent corporate social responsibility
Global transport and logistics
Full certification of destruction, information reporting and downstream data capture
EWSI offers multi-national WEEE-Directive standards of recycling and a secure asset recovery and end of life management services including management of your returns, refurbishment of still useful items, re-use/resale, and complete recycling services. We can be your trusted supplier of cost effective, fully compliant, data sensitive, asset recovery and recycling services. We recycle entire ranges of electronic waste such from small domestic appliances to computer equipment, from televisions to medical equipment; from electronic toys to electronic tools. We operate with a zero-landfill objective and provide certificates of data destruction with access to visual evidence of the processing.
The output of our recycling processes generates up to twenty different streams of recyclate that get turned into new raw materials by intelligent and environmentally friendly downstream refining. From glass to plastics; ferrous to non-ferrous metals; PGM metals; and more we can deliver superior value and share this value with our customers. Every step in our processes is transparent and documented and will stand the test of scrutiny from any audit.
We can serve your needs across all of Europe and North & South America and can deliver the same quality of services in any other jurisdiction as needed and as volumes dictate. We have connected partners we can source on every continent and and can cover the complete range of electronics.
We are very proud of our unique Fair Trade program than can deliver and operate Greenfield sites which are complete with all the principles of Fair Trade employment practices combined with the most modern engineering available to clean-up and solve the e-waste problem in most jurisdictions around the globe. Appliances
With EWSI, old appliances get a second life. We extract recyclable materials found in all types of appliances and either reuse or dispose of them in a safe manner. Recyclable materials: Steel, Aluminum, Copper, Glass, Plastic.
Martin Nielson, Founder and Chief Executive
From Silicon Valley, California he now lives in London, England, where he and his family have had a home since 1989. He is a senior executive with extensive experience in operations and mergers and acquisitions, with over 30 years of experience gained by holding executive and advisory positions for well-known companies such as the Gap, Businessland, and Corporate Express. He was previously CEO of Global Electronics Recovery, and before that, CEO of Encompass Group Affiliates, and during his stewardship negotiated the acquisition of more than $100 million (£60 million) worth of businesses in the electronics reverse logistics industry. He is a passive shareholder of a strategic consulting firm in the electronics industry, and previously served as chairman and founder of a financial advisory company specializing in mergers & acquisitions. Mr. Nielson also serves on the board of directors of Coroware, a small public company. While with Businessland and Corporate Express, he helped build these companies by acquiring and integrating more than 100 companies throughout the United States and Europe. Mr. Nielson received a BS in Management, with minors in engineering and mathematics, from San Jose State University and subsequently studied Operations Research at San Francisco State University's Graduate School of Business. firstname.lastname@example.org. Peter Munday, Legal Affairs
Mr. Munday practiced law for over 40 years before retiring from his namesake firm, Mundays Solicitors, in Cobham, Surrey in 2007. A Corporate Law specialist for most of his legal career, he advised blue chip clients from the UK and US in mergers and acquisitions and corporate financing, having personally completed over a thousand acquisitions. Mr. Munday founded and is president of the Cicero League of International lawyers, with member firms in over 30 countries around the world. He is also a director of a private real estate development firm, and a founding trustee of the Princess Alice Hospice, one of the largest charitable hospices in the United Kingdom. email@example.com. Larry Magor, Director
Director, Chairman of the Audit and Compliance Committee, Member of the Compensation and Nominating Committee. Mr Magor is an executive with vast multi-national experience in the environmental water and waste sector and has extensive experience in public companies, including an NYSE IPO; he has raised hundreds of millions in investment funds around the globe. Prior to his appointment to EWSI's board, Mr Magor spent 16 years with the Biwater group, most recently as Chief Executive Officer. He also led the successful IPO and served as chairman of the New York Stock Exchange listed Firm, CascaI, a subsidiary of Biwater. He was a member of Cascal's Supervisory Board since its formation in 2000 and was an Executive Director and Finance Director for the parent company and various subsidiaries. Prior to joining Biwater, Mr. Magor was the Financial Controller of Corah Plc a fabric and garment manufacturer, and the Finance Director of Burlington International Group Plc, a footwear manufacturer. Earlier in his career, Mr. Magor served in various divisions of Courtaulds, the large textile group, including the position of Financial Director of its Aristoc division. He has served on over 50 boards of directors. Mr. Magor is a Fellow of the U.K. Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (FCMA). firstname.lastname@example.org. Steve Hollinshead, Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Hollinshead joins us from Biwater where he was Group Finance Director from October 2009. Between 2006 and 2009 he was CFO of Cascal (a majority owned subsidiary of Biwater until it was acquired by Sembcorp Industries in July 2010), a position he held when that company completed its IPO on the NYSE in January 2008. Between 2003 and 2005 Mr Hollinshead served with SGB Group, a wholly owned subsidiary of Harsco Corporation, as Finance Director of its Projects Division. From 2000 to 2002 Mr Hollinshead was CFO for Wijsmuller Group, a marine services company, based in the Netherlands, that was subsequently acquired by AP Moller Group. Mr Hollinshead was the Finance Director for the Marine Division of Ocean Group from 1998 to 2000. From 1983 to 1998 Mr Hollinshead served with Coopers & Lybrand (now part of PricewaterhouseCoopers) including two years in its New Jersey practice. Mr Hollinshead is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and gained a Bachelor of Sciences degree in physics from the University of St. Andrews. email@example.com. Carolyne S. Johnson, Secretary/Treasurer
Ms. Johnson currently is the President of CSJ Solutions, LLC, a company that assists new companies to incorporate in the various states and is resident agent for many of them in the State of Nevada. Ms. Johnson has over 43 years of experience in the industry. She worked at Language Access Network, Inc., a publicly traded company, as in-house paralegal from 2006 until 2008. Beginning March 2008, she began working at Capital City Energy Group, Inc. as a paralegal. For the last 12 years, she has worked as a paralegal, specializing in corporate and securities work and has attended classes given by the SEC Institute in order to hone her skills in this area. The many years that Ms. Johnson has spent in the corporate environment uniquely qualifies her to act as our Secretary and Treasurer. She has worked for many different types of industries ranging from chemical companies to law offices. The majority of her career in the last 20 years has been at a management level in all aspects including accounting, sales, marketing, as well as performing executive assistant duties to the CEO's and Presidents of many of those companies. Ms. Johnson attended Eastern Kentucky University, where she studied English Literature. Ms. Johnson also attended Community College of Southern Nevada where she studied American Sign Language. firstname.lastname@example.org. Rick Fine, Executive Consultant of Global Business Development
A 35-year veteran of the recycling industry, Rick Fine serves as Executive Consultant of Global Business Development for E-Waste Systems, Inc. ("EWSI"), a leading growth company in the electronics reverse logistics and e-waste recycling field. Over the course of his extensive international tenure, he has built, owned and operated numerous recycling facilities, as well as a magnesium smelter. In his role with EWSI, Mr. Fine is responsible for sourcing waste streams and aggregating downstream volumes of commodities for refining and reusing electronics in key jurisdictions throughout the U.S., Canada and Europe, and for securing new partnerships.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Fine founded Fine Resources, dba Resource Recycling, Inc. ("RRI"), a commodity and electronic waste specialist trading firm based in Daphne, Alabama. RRI pioneered on-site recycling practices, holding major contracts with organizations including Mag Corp of America, Teleflex Industries and Kaiser Aluminum; whereby his company processed and sold all of the aluminum, copper and steel scrap.RRI was one of the first companies in the space to employ a baseline/overage contract vehicle. This resulted in one of the largest U.S. Department of Defense contracts, which was awarded, on a sole-source basis, for the recycling of aircraft and associated parts.
Over the course of his career, Mr. Fine has served as a global trader and deal maker. The innovations and ideas he initiated have led to global partnerships and teaming agreements throughout the recycling industry. He also co-authored a white paper on ship dismantling and recycling with U.S. Navy, Admiral, Harry Fiske; speci?cally addressing sensitive environmental issues. Mr. Fine began his career working in his father's aluminum smelter in Southern California. He graduated from UCLA. email@example.com. Ghassan Saade, Executive Consultant of Global Business Development
Mr. Saade brings thirty years of management and entrepreneurial expertise in technology and telecommunications to E-Waste. He grew a small tech support company into an international telecommunications firm with over $50,000,000 in sales. Mr. Saade was responsible for creating relationships with international telecommunications firms from small competitive firms to the large state enterprises. He has traveled extensively to expand business throughout the Middle-East, Northern Africa, and Europe. Mr. Saade has been active in the ITU participating in many committees representing the private sector on sensitive matters. Mr. Saade was born in Syria, educated by the Jesuits and immigrated with his family to the United States in 1979. He resides in Seattle, Washington.
In my long career of international business I have always striven to create transactions that benefit both countries. With E-Waste I finally have the opportunity to benefit not only the countries involved, but the planet. Now is the time to head off the crush of toxic materials that we are creating in our rush to new technologies. I am proud and happy to be part of the E-Waste team. firstname.lastname@example.org
Recent News 6/21/12 - E-Waste Systems, Inc. Adds Industry Veteran Steve Manning to its Advisory Board
6/20/12 - E-Waste Systems, Inc. Signs Letter of Intent for Strategic Multi-Facility Acquisition
6/14/12 - E-Waste Systems (EWSI) Announces It Has Signed A Letter Of Intent For Its Lead Acquisition In Southeast USA
6/13/12 - E-Waste Systems (EWSI) Announces That Larry Magor Has Been Elected Chairman Of The Board
6/12/12 - E-Waste Systems Announces Readiness to Proceed with Next Steps in Strategy http://www.ewastesystems.com/news_room.php
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