Electronics recycling and ITAD company Regency Technologies will receive some high-profile exposure via the Science Channel and Discovery this month.
The Emmy-nominated “Tomorrow’s World Today” show is set to explore the topic of electronics recycling for its Season 4 premiere. The episode was created with footage from a field reporter’s two-day visit to Regency’s 500,000-square-foot headquarters in Stow, Ohio, according to a press release.
Interviewed in the show are Regency President Jim Levine, Vice President of Operations Steven Salloum, Vice President of Tech Operations Samir Khoury and Vice President of Business Development Anthony Magistrelli.
The episode, “The Science Behind Electronics Recycling,” will air on the Science Channel on July 24 and Discovery on July 25.
After acquiring Global Electric Electronic Processing (GEEP) USA in December 2019, Regency now has facilities in Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio, Texas and Washington state.
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