Conecsus Offers SMT Metals Waste Recycling Solutions at IPC APEX EXPO 2018


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Conecsus, LLC will exhibit true metals recycling solutions that reward the recycling customer at IPC/APEX EXPO 2018 in San Diego, California, February 27-March 1. Conecsus representatives in booth #919 will illustrate how the company processes wastes containing primarily Tin, Tin-Zinc, Lead, Silver, Gold, and Copper, and converts them into usable metal products for sale into the global market.

Conecsus’ Tom Mitchell, North American Business Manager, will discuss how Conecsus uses patented, advanced recycling technologies to keep its customers compliant with local, state, and federal regulations while decreasing their carbon footprint and reportable waste streams. Conecsus, LLC is a sophisticated ‘green’ recycler and refiner of SMT solder/solder paste wastes and residues; Conecsus recycling technology benefits the SMT/PCB electronics manufacturer and represents a new way of dealing with metals-contaminated waste in an increasingly environmentally-conscious manufacturing world. Tom Mitchell will be assisted by Teresa Moschella, Customer Service Specialist, and Mexico sales representatives Yessica Romero and Roberto Valenzuela.

For more information, visit the Conecsus booth, #919 at APEX.

About Conecsus

Founded in 1980, Conecsus, LLC is a sophisticated ‘green’ recycler and refiner of SMT solder/solder paste wastes and residues, as well as Tin, Tin-Zinc, Lead, Silver, Gold, and Copper from a variety of manufacturing industries. Located in Terrell, Texas, USA, Conecsus converts these wastes into usable metal products. Conecsus’ mission is to provide innovative and high-quality industrial byproducts management, metal recovery, and recycling options that provide world-class value and service to our customers, and display respect and stewardship toward the environment. For more information, click here.

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