When you become an e-Stewards Enterprise, you’re making a simple and powerful commitment:
To pursue e-Stewards Certified Recyclers for your electronic waste management when possible.
You’ll join a growing list of companies, governments and institutions that have committed to using certified e-Stewards recyclers to safely, ethically and responsibly recycle their IT assets.
See our current list of enterprises, including Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Boeing, the Seattle Mariners and Aflac, here.
What Your Organization Will Receive
As an e-Stewards Enterprise, you’ll receive the following:
- Right to Display the e-Stewards Enterprise Logo
Show that your company, government agency or intitution has made a commitment to doing the right thing with its end-of-life electronics.
- Enterprise Tool Kit
With e-Stewards educational, sales and marketing materials, including photos and video, you can tell your employees, customers, shareholders students and partners about your commitment to responsible electronics stewardship.
- Access to Thought Leaders
As an Enterprise, you’ll have access to speakers, e-waste management consultancy and business intelligence.
You will be recognized in e-Stewards’ ongoing international publicity campaign highlighting the most progressive organizations that have made the right choice to address the world’s fastest growing toxic waste problem.
How to Get Started
We ask e-Stewards Enterprises to make best efforts to use e-Stewards Certified Recyclers when possible, and to provide a short annual report on our progress in responsibly recycling your electronics.
In addition, we require a small annual licensing fee (between $500 and $5000) for administration costs. Local governments are exempt from this fee, and nonprofits receive a discounted rate.