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Albert Boufarah, Founder and CEO of SAMR Inc, Makes Recycling Electronics Accessible

Recycling electronic waste in Lakewood, NJ, is no longer difficult, thanks to the electronics recycling specialists at SAMR Inc. The CEO, Albert Boufarah, established a specialty recycling company to improve the community and the environment. When he founded SAMR Inc, Albert Boufarah’s goal was to help change the world for the better.

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Computer Recycling Discusses Replacing Business’s Computers & How to Recycle the Old Ones

Using outdated technology can make your business far less efficient and slow your employees down. Older computers operate slower throughout the course of time since they are not built to handle today’s sophisticated software.

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Founder and CEO of SAMR Inc. Albert Boufarah Interview

Hailing from Freehold, New Jersey, Albert Boufarah is the founder and CEO of SAMR Inc., a company whose expertise lies in the recycling and disposal of electronic waste (e-waste).

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The Global E-waste Crisis and how Companies Can Help

Electronic waste (or e-waste) is becoming an increasingly severe problem around the world. Globally, 53.6 million tons of e-waste were produced in the year 2019. This figure is up 21 percent in five years. Only 17.4 percent of e-waste is properly recycled, and the rest goes into landfills or incinerators, where it could contaminate the environment and impact human health.

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Albert Boufarah of SAMR Inc. Talks About Keeping The Earth Clean After Earth Day

Earth Day is an international event observed on April 22nd. But what about the other days of the year? How do we find a way to make Earth Day … every day? Living an environmentally friendly life can seem overwhelming, but it’s actually easier than you may think.

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SAMR Inc President Albert Boufarah, Discusses The e-waste Problem in The United States

The United States is the second-largest producer of electronic waste (e-waste) globally, and the amount of it generated is growing exponentially. Albert Boufarah, founder & President of leading electronics & computer recycler SAMR Inc., points out that the Environmental Protection Agency estimates that America will produce more than 80 million tons of e-waste on an annual basis.

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How to Secure Hard Drives Before Recycling

Throughout the United States and around the world, there is a growing proliferation of electronic waste, which many attribute to technology evolving at a faster pace now than ever before. Computers and other electronic equipment are improperly disposed of with household trash or dumped in outdoor areas, leaving the environment vulnerable to contamination and exposing potentially sensitive data to bad actors.

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The Right Way To Recycle Your Electronics

Electronics are not like other materials. They can be toxic and even radioactive, and they don’t break down in the open world as other products do. Therefore, states Albert Boufarah, CEO of SAMR Inc. in Lakewood, NJ, recycling electronics is very important for protecting human health and the environment. However, most people recycle their electronics improperly.

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How to Increase Profits Using Sustainable Practices

Sustainable practices in the workplace are good for business. A 2012 UCLA study found that companies with sustainable practices experience 16% higher productivity. These results contradict the long-held assumption that they put businesses at a disadvantage.

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10 things you should know about e-waste

The world is drowning in a flood of electronic waste. According to the United Nations, over 50 million tonnes of electronic materials became obsolete in 2014. This is not just an issue for people who want to unload their old devices, says Albert Boufarah, CEO of SAMR Inc. in Lakewood, NJ.

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How To Improve Your Business Recycling

Businesses of all sizes are urged to take responsibility for their recycling efforts. Albert Boufarah, CEO of SAMR Inc. in Lakewood, NJ, says that even though recycling is beneficial to our economy, many companies still don’t recycle at all. Even more surprisingly, some businesses choose not to recycle because they believe it costs too much money.

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How Recycling E-Waste Can Help Your Business Reduce Costs

It’s important to not just get rid of your old electronics for convenience or to clear up large storage space, because there are many ways you can reduce your costs by recycling these devices instead. Taking up an environmentally friendly initiative will save you from contributing to landfill waste.

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SAMR Inc. President, Albert Boufarah, Discusses What Every Company Should Know When Replacing Computers

Albert Boufarah has helped reduce the environmental impact of electronic waste by providing new and efficient solutions. Based in Lakewood, NJ and serving the entire northeast United States, Boufarah’s company, SAMR Inc., supports responsible methods of eliminating old technology.

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CEO Albert Boufarah and SAMR Inc Helps Schools And Universities In Safe Electronics Disposal

LAKEWOOD, NJ / ACCESSWIRE / July 23, 2021 / SAMR Inc recently completed a project with schools and universities on electronics recycling. Many computers and tech devices were left unused after the transition of many students to online classes brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. These electronics were rendered obsolete by an influx of newer model computers, printers & other items.

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Albert Boufarah of SAMR Inc. discusses the economic benefits of e-waste recycling

Over 450 million used household electronics & old computers in the United States alone can be recycled. In 2009, according to Albert Boufarah, CEO of electronics & laptop recycling company SAMR Inc., only 29% of these devices were recycled.

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SAMR Inc. CEO Albert Boufarah Issues a Reminder That When Replacing Computers and Other Electronic Devices, It’s Critical to Dispose of the Old Devices Properly

LAKEWOOD, NJ / ACCESSWIRE / June 18, 2021 / As the business world slowly emerges from the grip of the COVID-19 pandemic and the accompanying lockdowns and returns to some semblance of normalcy, it’s only natural for companies, organizations, and government agencies to re-evaluate their computer and electronics needs

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SAMR Inc. Highlights a Simple Way to Obtain an Accurate Quote Regarding the Safe and Legal Disposal of Electronic Waste

LAKEWOOD, NJ / ACCESSWIRE / April 12, 2021 / SAMR Inc., one of the globe’s leading computer, laptop and electronics recycling companies, is once again calling attention to its quick and easy-to-use quote request page located on the company’s official website. This digital mechanism, which has been in place for some time, is a fast way to secure an accurate and specific estimate on e-waste disposal services without having to call the corporate office and speak to a representative.

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SAMR Inc. Offers Safe, Legal, and Professional Recycling of Unwanted Electronic Equipment and Other E-Waste

LAKEWOOD, NJ / ACCESSWIRE / April 14, 2021 / As one of the foremost computer recycling companies in the world, SAMR Inc. would like to issue a reminder to businesses, organizations, and governments across America that its wide array of services can be easily procured.

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Al Boufarah Discusses the Importance of Having a Data Breach Response Plan

Of all the situations that present a nightmare scenario for businesses regardless of size & scope, nothing has the potential to wreak as much havoc as a serious data breach. If caught off guard, such an event can lead to significant distractions & revenue losses so crippling that it may lead to the dissolution of a company. Ponder this: what would happen if your businesses happened to experience a breach.

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SAMR Inc. Services Areas Across 12 States & Washington DC

In 1998, Al Boufarah founded SAMR Inc. as a solution to the growing proliferation of electronic waste around the country. The company is a full service recycler, offering data destruction and ensuring client data is kept safe in the process. It is one of the only computer recycling companies that can legally and safely collect, disassemble, and recycle computers.

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Universities and Schools Benefiting from Albert Boufarah and SAMR Inc. in Discarding E-Waste

LAKEWOOD, NJ / ACCESSWIRE / July 22, 2021 / Universities and schools are working with SAMR Inc to recycle their electronic devices that are no longer in use. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, online instruction has become the norm, leaving countless electronic devices unused while orders of new devices for the next school session are forthcoming.

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SAMR Inc. Introduces New Security Procedures

As time goes on, the world (and technology along with it) consistently evolves, and the capabilities of computers & wireless devices become more advanced. Along with these adjustments, the likelihood of data making its way to the outside world increases.

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SAMR Inc Has Been Voted the #1 E-Waste Recycle Business in the Tri State Area

Premier electronics recycling company SAMR Inc. has recently been voted the top e-waste recycling business by consumers. Operating out of a state-of-the-art facility in Lakewood, New Jersey, the company offers a wide range of disposal services to ensure all electronic assets are handled safely and efficiently.

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SAMR Inc. Introduces Quickpaq: The New, Secure Box Program for Recycling Electronics

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Albert Boufarah, CEO of SAMR Inc. Announces Intent to Expand Into Pennsylvania

From its humble beginnings 20 years ago to its growth to a regional powerhouse today, Lakewood, NJ based electronics recycler SAMR Inc. has seen its business grow well beyond the Garden State.

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Albert Boufarah, CEO SAMR Inc., Introduces New Security Procedures

These days, we spend more of our time with technology than ever before. Our devices entertain us, help us be at our most productive, allow us to communicate with friends & family, and so much more.

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SAMR Inc. Plans Expansion Into Busy Rhode Island Market

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Albert Boufarah CEO, SAMR Inc. Announces Acquisition of State Of The Art Shredder

Albert Boufarah, founder & President of SAMR Inc., stated that the company had one of its busiest years on record last year, and is making absolutely certain that their Lakewood, NJ based facility can keep up with the steady influx of materials that are arriving on a daily basis.

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An Important Message from SAMR Inc. Regarding COVID-19

It has been our pleasure to be your trusted partner for data destruction & electronics recycling services. We wish to notify you that as the nation is in the midst of the battle to combat the spread of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus), we will remain open and fully staffed to assist you with all of your e-waste recycling needs.

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SAMR Inc.’s Fleet Of Trailers, Dumpsters To Expand

The past year has been one of unprecedented growth for Lakewood, NJ based electronic waste recycler Supreme Asset Management & Recycling (SAMR Inc.). The company has seen an increased number of requests for electronics storage dumpsters from municipalities in & out of the Garden State, and requests for e-waste collection events have gone well beyond the typical seasons of highest demand (Spring & Autumn)

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Albert Boufarah Announces Free Electronics Transportation with SAMR Inc. for Earth Day’s 50th Anniversary

From its inception in response to an oil spill in Santa Barbara, CA, the mission to spread ecological awareness around the world began with the first official Earth Day in 1970. Fifty years later, the lessons that have been learned and changes made with the goal of improving our surroundings underscores the importance of the day that we observe on April 22nd.

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SAMR Inc. Announces New Trucks, Uniforms, Shoes For White Glove Service

The electronics recycling business is not exactly known for being the tidiest business in the world. Between the handling of old electronics (many of which are either not working or have taken up residence in an attic or basement for 10, 20, or even upwards of 30 years) right down to the dismantling of hard drives, employees in the industry are known for getting their hands dirty.

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Albert Boufarah, CEO SAMR Inc. Announces Maryland Expansion

A trusted name in electronic waste recycling in the northeast for 20 years, SAMR Inc. has announced plans to expand by opening a 30,000 square foot facility in Maryland. The goal, as stated by SAMR Inc. founder & President Albert Boufarah, is to serve its customer base in The Old Line State in an even more prompt fashion, as well as to expand its customer base in the entire Delmarva region. Details are in the works, and are expected to be announced soon.

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How SAMR Inc. Accommodates Customer Demand by Acquiring Electronic Waste Containers

New Jersey based electronic waste recycler Supreme Asset Management & Recycling Inc. (SAMR Inc.) has been receiving overwhelming demand for their walk-in containers, which have been increasingly turned to as a method of handling residential electronic waste in the Garden State as well as New York & Pennsylvania.

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Celebrating 20 years of Recycling Service at SAMR Inc.

For twenty years, Albert Boufarah has been the CEO of SAMR Inc, a company that works in computer and electronics recycling. Having started the company after working in the waste management sector, Albert has turned his passion for sustainability and environmental responsibility into a thriving business at SAMR Inc.

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How a New Jersey-based Electronics Recycler is Focusing on Expansion

Technology is moving so fast these days that it’s difficult to keep up with it. We’ve gone from rotary phones to top-of-the-line smartphones in just a handful of decades, with the latter devices evolving tremendously from their early origins.

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SAMR Inc.’s Albert Boufarah Warns Corporations to Protect Data as SHIELD Act is Signed Into Law

Citing the New York state SHIELD Act that was recently signed into law, Albert Boufarah, Founder and President of SAMR Inc., one of the nation’s premier fully integrated IT and electronics asset disposition provider and cybersecurity-focused hardware destruction company, has warned of an abruptly changing legal tightrope for all companies that manage customer information.

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SAMR Inc. Launches Astounding Fluorescent Bulb and Battery Recycling Program in the United States

President and CEO of SAMR Inc. Albert Boufarah, the leading recycler of electronic scrap and information technology asset disposition (ITAD) in the United State, has recently announced its new QuickPaq program.

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How SAMR Inc. Shifts to the Forefront of Solutions for Data Destruction

SAMR Inc. a New Jersey-based electronics recycling & asset management company that has taken its commitment to consumer data protection to the next level: they have introduced an internal robotic solution designed to shred, crush, and separate components of a hard drive.

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CLEANTECH: Albert Boufarah’s SAMR INC Champions E-Waste Management

Electronic waste or e-waste has become a global problem. Each year, the world produces as much as 50 million tons of e-waste. Globally, only about 20 percent of e-waste is collected and recycled, even though it may contain valuable materials like copper and gold.

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What to Do with the Old Electronics

As many people have found themselves at home for long stretches of time during the coronavirus pandemic, their thoughts often turn to cleaning and reorganizing their living spaces.

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President of SAMR, Inc., Announces New On-Site Hard Drive Destroyer to Maximize Customer Data Security

Albert Boufarah founded SAMR, Inc. in 1998. As the owner and CEO as well as the president of the company, Mr. Boufarah ensures that SAMR keeps up with the latest standards, technology, and innovation in the industry.

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The Importance of IT Asset Disposal

Anyone who has ever experienced a data breach will tell you that dealing with the aftermath is not a pleasant experience. A compromise has occurred to roughly 1 in 3 consumers over the past year and ensuring the safety of your personal info can be exhausting and time consuming.

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Albert Boufarah Reveals Another Major Threat of COVID-19

We are slowly coming to grips with the devastating consequences of the coronavirus pandemic on the healthcare and economic landscapes. However, there is another looming threat that could eventually be even more debilitating and costly: a staggering surge in electronic waste (e-waste) contributed by the growing ranks of remote workers.

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How CEO Albert Boufarah Is Keeping Staff and Customers Safe During Coronavirus

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced businesses around the globe to strategize innovative solutions to thrive in a shifting professional landscape. By developing comprehensive coping strategies, organizations can also help to ensure the health and safety of their workers.

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3 Important Steps to Assist in Your IT Asset Management Needs

The technology boom of the last three decades presents a new challenge for businesses of all sizes. There are countless federal laws on the books that lay out the ground rules for how companies handle the personal data that they collect from their respective customer bases.

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Lithium-ion batteries: their place in the world of electronic waste

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The Importance of E-Waste Recycling for Business

Each business plays a part in contributing to sustainability initiatives for the purpose of environmental preservation. Such an endeavor can even be beneficial to corporations when it comes to presenting end-of-year reports marking their sustainability pursuits.

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Why Reuse and Reduction Are the Better Parts of an Effective Recycling Strategy

While recycling electronic products is a popular way to reduce a person’s carbon footprint, the other two “Rs” of Reduce and Reuse should be taken into consideration. Recycling alone is not enough to lessen our carbon footprint and reduce the amount of waste that goes into landfills.

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How Recycling Has Evolved to Adapt to Modern Technology

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Using E-Waste Management To Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

Environmentally conscious technology users understand the importance of lowering their carbon footprint. Today, the effects of excess carbon on the atmosphere are well-known, as the phenomenon of global warming is beginning to affect the planet.

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Why Reuse and Reduction Are the Better Parts of an Effective Recycling Strategy

While recycling electronic products is a popular way to reduce a person’s carbon footprint, the other two “Rs” of Reduce and Reuse should be taken into consideration.

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How Recycling Has Evolved to Adapt to Modern Technology

Recycling methods have come a long way in the past 25 years. E-waste recycling firms are now able to recover materials that would have gone to waste in the past.

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Using E-Waste Management To Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

Environmentally conscious technology users understand the importance of lowering their carbon footprint. Today, the effects of excess carbon on the atmosphere are well-known, as the phenomenon of global warming is beginning to affect the planet.

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How to Bring Your Community Together to Recycle

Individual actions when it comes to recycling responsibly are a necessity even if they seem to be minor. However, the actions of a group or community can also be extremely powerful.

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How To Keep Your Data Safe When Participating in E-Waste Programs

Electronic waste, sometimes referred to as e-waste, has become increasingly important owing to the rapid rise of technology coupled with the ongoing climate crisis.

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How to Get Your Kids Thinking Green

We are in the middle of an unprecedented climate crisis, which means the time to act is now. Luckily, there are many ways for people of all ages to reduce their impact on the environment.

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Albert Boufarah CEO, SAMR Inc. Announces Acquisition of State Of The Art Shredder

Albert Boufarah, founder & President of SAMR Inc., stated that the company had one of its busiest years on record last year, and is making absolutely certain that their Lakewood, NJ based facility can keep up with the steady influx of materials that are arriving on a daily basis.

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Albert Boufarah, CEO of SAMR Inc. Announces Intent to Expand Into Pennsylvania

From its humble beginnings 20 years ago to its growth to a regional powerhouse today, Lakewood, NJ based electronics recycler SAMR Inc. has seen its business grow well beyond the Garden State.

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What Does Success Look Like to You? – Albert Boufarah

Albert Boufarah is an entrepreneur and multiple business owner from Freehold, NJ. After starting his first two companies in early adulthood (one dealing with traditional waste management and the other dealing with tree and yard waste disposal) he gained quick success, establishing himself as a major player in New Jersey’s notoriously competitive waste disposal industry.

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SAMR Inc. Can Properly Dispose of Your Unused Electronics

Frequently, large companies need to recycle substantial volumes of machines and equipment due to essential system upgrades. SAMR Inc., a premier provider of electronics recycling services in the Mid-Atlantic & New England regions, can help your company properly recycle its old computer and electronic equipment using the most advanced methods.
Albert Boufarah, Founder & CEO of SAMR Inc., explains the reasons why they are the best choice for your company when it comes to electronics & computer recycling.

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Albert Boufarah Discusses How SAMR Inc. Helps To Properly Dispose of Old Tech

Many major companies frequently find themselves with a large volume of computer and IT equipment to be recycled. Company leaders may be overwhelmed with the responsibility of disposing of an excessive amount of IT equipment at once, which can often lead to procrastination on the matter.

Albert Boufarah of SAMR Inc., an electronics recycler based in Lakewood, NJ, wants all businesses to know that their services are available for anyone seeking to discard a large number of desktop computers, cellphones, laptops, and other electronic equipment safely and securely.

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Albert Boufarah of SAMR Inc. Co-Authors a New Article

Albert writes about the useful minerals that many e-waste products contain, and explains exactly why reusing them can save electronics manufacturers a good deal of money. “Electronic waste is known to contain a variety of different metals such as cobalt, copper, gold, palladium, silver, and platinum. These materials are worth recycling because they are relatively environmentally friendly and because they are highly durable -they can be reused to manufacture the next generation of computers and smartphones.”

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An Interview with Albert Boufarah, Founder and CEO of SAMR Inc., About His Company’s Role in Shaping a Better Future

Born and raised in Freehold, New Jersey, Albert Boufarah is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of SAMR Inc., a company that specializes in every aspect of the recycling of electronic waste (e-waste). A lifetime ambitious self-starter, Albert started down the path of entrepreneurship early, creating a waste management company, as well as a tree removal company as a young adult.

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SAMR Inc. Can Properly Dispose of Your Unused Electronics

Frequently, large companies need to recycle substantial volumes of machines and equipment due to essential system upgrades. SAMR Inc., a premier provider of electronics recycling services in the Mid-Atlantic & New England regions, can help your company properly recycle its old computer and electronic equipment using the most advanced methods.
Albert Boufarah, Founder & CEO of SAMR Inc., explains the reasons why they are the best choice for your company when it comes to electronics & computer recycling.

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Albert Boufarah Discusses Things Gamers Can Do To Reduce E-Waste

Have you ever wondered what happens to your old games or consoles when they break down and become obsolete? According to Albert Boufarah, CEO of e-waste recycling company SAMR Inc., a large majority end up improperly disposed of in landfills. This issue becomes even more problematic considering that the broken pieces contain toxic chemicals like mercury that can seep into our soil and water streams.

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Albert Boufarah of SAMR Inc. Highlights Types of E-Waste That Can Be Recycled

Whether it’s due to the weight of the materials or the potential dangers of leaving it out in the open, there are certain items that cannot or should not be left curbside to be disposed of with household trash. Some are well-known to the public (like chemicals and prescription medicines) while others the general public may not be aware of (consumer electronics). Virtually all electronic devices and appliances actually pose a danger to the environment if left to simply sit in a landfill, as many of their constituent parts are composed of metals that can cause serious health conditions should they seep into the air, soil, or water supply. It is with these thoughts in mind that Albert Boufarah, founder and CEO of electronic waste (e-waste) recycling firm SAMR Inc., seeks to spread public awareness that such items ought to be properly disposed of at a specialized recycling facility, as well as highlighting the specific electronic appliances and devices that this applies to.

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ALBERT BOUFARAH DISCUSSES ALL OF THE SERVICES SAMR INC. OFFERS TO BUSINESSES, SCHOOLS, AND HOSPITALS

When outdated IT equipment needs to be replaced, your company’s IT specialists may search for the most experienced & qualified electronics recycling firm. Albert Boufarah and his company, SAMR Inc., provide advanced methods of recycling this equipment safely and securely. Their services are available to companies of all sizes, but they specialize in recycling large volumes of computer and IT equipment for large-scale businesses & schools.

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