Ryan is a reliable Blue Star Recyclers employee with a disAbility. In his 5-year career with us he has disassembled about 15,000 computers. He was promoted to our logistics team to help pick up electronics from our business customers.
But Ryan's truck is not as reliable as he is and must be replaced. Watch the movie above to get the whole story.
Blue Star Recyclers thanks donors and supporters and reports operating results in our 2013 Annual Report.
We have also prepared our 2013 Environmental Management Report.
Results for the year include:
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As a member of our CPU de-manufacturing team, James Anton personally disassembled over 86,000 lbs of CPU and other materials in 2013. In January of 2013 James was already able to manually separate a computer in about 16 minutes. By the end of the year his average time dropped to 11 minutes, averaging 22 computers in a four hour work shift. James's positive attitude has an impact on our entire team, and he is always willing to take on new challenges. When he's not tearing through computers James helps teach his coworkers sign language. James, thank you for all your hard work and for your dedication to Blue Star Recyclers!
Blue Star Recyclers received a coveted State of Colorado ethics award at the Colorado Ethics In Business Alliance (CEBA) 2014 annual awards luncheon. This was the 22st year CEBA has honored Colorado's top ethical role models in business and non-profit organizations. The award was accepted by Tony Fagnant and Bill Morris, who co-founded Blue Star Recyclers in 2009.