eForce Compliance

8.2008- 9.2013

Background

eForce Compliance grew from a vision in August 2008 to a vibrant and well-recognized environmental recycling company managing over 20 million square foot of commercial office space in the metro-Philadelphia area. eForce has also gained recognition as a leading service provider to over 50 community and non-profit centers by introducing our popular trademarked "anything with a plug" collection events.

eForce has been recognized for their branding and unique approach to recycling and was the first Pennsylvania company, and one of only eight recyclers nationwide to achieve certifications to the e-Stewards, ISO 14001 and R2 standards.

The real scoop:

Responsible for the development, branding, introduction and marketing of a diverse recycling venture. Awarded PA Market Recycling Center for most innovative Pennsylvania recycler and Philadelphia Top 100 companies by the Wharton School in 2013. Created company mission and vision, internal policies and procedures, and was lead auditor in obtaining critical certifications including R2, e-Stewards and ISO 14001. Sold and delivered material management and recycling services to a wide variety of clients. Clients included leaders in financial services, manufacturing, technology, property management group, civic associations, townships and not-for-profit organizations. Significant contact and client list at the senior most levels of Philadelphia's leading companies. 

Press

Press 001: eForce Compliance named at 2013 Philadelphia 100® Awards 

Press 002: PA Market Recycling Center Honors eForce Compliance For E-Cycling Efforts 

Press 003: GSA Announces New E-Waste Policy for Federal Government...at eForce Compliance 

Press 004: GreenSpace: Responsible e-waste recycling is getting easier

Press 005: Two Organizations Join EPA's Sustainable Partnership and Commit to Improving Environmental Performance

Press 006: eForce Becomes Philadelphia's first Certified e-Stewards Recycler

Press 007: A tour de Eforce: Seeing where our recycled stuff goes

Press 008: The American Legion selects eForce Compliance for Community Service Award