Utah company also says it will buy the material processed at plants it places in the market.
Garb Oil & Power Corp., Salt Lake City, has announced the availability of its first computer scrap recycling plant.
In a news release, Garb Oil says the plant is compact and is capable of handling 2 metric tons per hour of throughput and “comes with a full buyback agreement on all throughput produced.”
“We are pleased to introduce our first compact computer waste recycling plant,” says Garb Oil President John Rossi. “This plant comes with its own buyback agreement for all output material produced. Garb will sign a full long-term buyback agreement on all output produced. This will provide our customers with peace of mind knowing that everything the plant produces will be sold to Garb.”
Rossi continues, “This plant is aimed at both the national and international market. Its efficiency and cost will make the plant attractive to low-cost startup companies interested in contributing to lowering the environmental impact of electronic waste.”
Garb Oil & Power Corp. also produces plants for tire recycling and waste-to-energy applications.