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    Redefine US a Limited Liability Company

    Right now all I am is a name, but I have seen first hands the efforts of many to uncover the secret to controlling the market for electronics waste. You have machines being developed and strategically placed in malls and public places to recover old and used phones via companies like eco-phone. I have seen the scrap yards of Houston never look bare. What does it take to get the public involved in a movement for greener strategies. I might preach green policy like im not driven by the chance for success, and that means money. Although when you actually look at the industry you get a chance to see a chance to recover what we take from the earth. If you look at it the movement, the business man has always been attracted to the rare commodities we take from the earth. Salvaging them has been profitable across the board within every facet of them. What I believe it takes for a country like ours is positive symbol that embellishes the effort of the common consumer to chip in and do their part when it comes to recycling the goods that need to be salvaged. Every piece of scrap we maintain from the landfill, not only turns into profit, but gets put back into re-circulation. Is my dream childish and naive, or will it stand up to a chance to monopolize the market?





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    It just takes $$$$$ to make all your dreams come true.........If your funds are unlimited send me a PM and we will work on getting you where you need to go

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    I know you wanna be my pitch man. I've heard of big projects like these being funded by government dollars. To think of the computer waste alone makes me smile, if i cant quit dippin ill just make me one of those gold grills! In reality though I work for an xray co. and we turn out tons of this waste. I can see big dollars in this I just cant come up with the funds or momentum.

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    I think the best way to consolidate our electronics waste is to open little centers. Not only would these centers serve as a recycling center, but be conveniently located as a retail storefront for refurbished electronics and appliances. You know what drives consumers, cheap, reliable electronics and appliances. Especially when your middle class and your washer/dryer tv goes out. In my research I have seen auctions from big time electronics dealers go down by the truck loads of damaged goods. If you maintain them as quality they would still surely sell. Making a walk in Facebook/craigslist marketplace thats safe to deal with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jblevins75 View Post
    I think the best way to consolidate our electronics waste is to open little centers. Not only would these centers serve as a recycling center, but be conveniently located as a retail storefront for refurbished electronics and appliances. You know what drives consumers, cheap, reliable electronics and appliances. Especially when your middle class and your washer/dryer tv goes out. In my research I have seen auctions from big time electronics dealers go down by the truck loads of damaged goods. If you maintain them as quality they would still surely sell. Making a walk in Facebook/craigslist marketplace thats safe to deal with.
    Welcome aboard but you said you wanted to be the biggest Ewaste company in America..........Your thinking in this post is way to small

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    https://www.theverge.com/2016/6/22/1...c-gadget-trash

    This article says this company takes in 15,000lbs daily

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeinreco View Post
    Welcome aboard but you said you wanted to be the biggest Ewaste company in America..........Your thinking in this post is way to small
    But still use the center as a recycling center. So that way when all those outdated PCs come in I get take all them Gold Fingers! One day Im going to build me a gold palace like those middle eastern kings!

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    LOL.....good luck in all your endeavors sir

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeinreco View Post
    LOL.....good luck in all your endeavors sir
    This guy will disappear off the site soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jblevins75 View Post
    I know you wanna be my pitch man. I've heard of big projects like these being funded by government dollars. To think of the computer waste alone makes me smile, if i cant quit dippin ill just make me one of those gold grills! In reality though I work for an xray co. and we turn out tons of this waste. I can see big dollars in this I just cant come up with the funds or momentum.
    * A journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step. *

    * Talk is cheap ... action is precious. *

    Go chase that dream man !

    Stop making excuses and get it done !

    Build it one tiny step at a time. It's hard at first, but it gets easier as you go along. Go at it with a vengeance ... make that your sole purpose in life ...that's how big things get done.

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    And so it begins ???? It takes some time and effort to cultivate a volume that is hefty enough to get a decent cash flow. Once you work it out
    let us know how you're doing. Lots of goods advice on this forum from guys who have seem most all of it. Some of us are still here but some of the dreamers don't put in the effort and move on.
    Your move....
    Remember... wherever you go... there you are

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