Alpha Recycling Services to Attend SMTA Rocky Mountain Expo


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Alpha Assembly Solutions, the world leader in the production of electronic soldering and bonding materials, is participating in the upcoming SMTA Rocky Mountain Expo.  The event will be held on January 26th at the Mile High Stadium in Denver.

ALPHA Recycling Services gives you the safest, most efficient environmentally compliant solution for turning your production waste streams into a revenue for your company.  With expanded manufacturing capabilities in the Americas and Europe Regions, Alpha can take back metal waste streams and responsibly recycle that waste into high purity raw materials for re-use.

“Alpha is committed to helping our customers by providing them with cost-efficient options to responsibly dispose of their solder dross and waste”, said John Czysz, North American Reclaim Manager for Alpha.  “Our experienced staff can help you minimize your environmental liability while maximizing your financial return for reclamation efforts.”

Alpha’s product line includes an abundant of innovative materials and solutions for the electronics assembly industry with particular focus on ALPHA® Solder Paste & Preforms for Optimized Process Solutions and ALPHA® Wave Solder Alloy & Chemistries and Cored Solder Wire for Optimal Performance.

More information on Alpha’s unique process technology  and Recycling Services can be found on their website.

Additional information:

SMTA Rocky Mountain Expo

Tuesday, January 26th, 2016

West Club at Mile High Stadium

1701 Bryant Street

Denver, Colorado 80204

FREE Technical Program

Registration: 8:00AM

Exhibit Hours: 10:00AM – 3:00PM

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