GlobalPSC Corporate Member – TES-AMM Australia New Zealand
Posted by GlobalPSC on Member Profiles at 7:30 am, February 22nd, 2012Comments5
TES-AMM Australia New Zealand is part of the TES-Envirocorp group, a specialised electronic waste recycler with core activities in:
- Electronic Asset Management and Disposal Programs
- Secure Data Destruction to Defence Standards
- Value Optimization for Used Electronic Equipment (eg via Microsoft Approved Refurbisher status)
- Recovery of Precious Metals from Electronic Waste
- Recycling of Batteries (most chemistries)
- Printer Consumables Recycling
- Epoxy and Waste Plastic Recycling
- Forward and Reverse Logistics Solutions
- Project or Program Management
TES-AMM’s recycling operations span nearly 30 locations globally and are international standards certified JAS-ANZ ISO9001, ISO14001 and OHSAS18001 as well as R2 (Responsible Recycler). In Australia and New Zealand, we have also been assessed to comply with DR AS/NZ 5377 interim standards for the collection, transport and recycling of end of life televisions and computers.
Because we offer transparency and accountability in what we do, TES-AMM has become the strategic recycling vendor for many well-known Information and Communications Technology (ICT) companies and product stewardship organisations in the Asia Pacific and throughout the other parts of the world. Coupled with our “one stop shop” approach which is underpinned by compliance to local and international regulations and best practice standards TES-AMM has a proven record of achieving environmentally beneficial outcomes, economies and conveniences that meet or exceed the expectations of our loyal clients.
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