e-Cycle, the mobile buyback and recycling company, provides clients with the highest quality service and as a reward for its services it has receive a variety of awards, the latest being the prestigious Edison Award, one of the highest accolades that a company can receive in the name of innovation and business.
“We're honored to be an Edison Award recipient and be recognized among such a prestigious group of innovators," said Christopher Irion, CEO at e-Cycle
Since 1987, the Edison Awards, named after Thomas Alva Edison, have recognized ideas at the forefront of new products, services, marketing, design and innovation, and is dedicated to fostering future innovators that bridge students to industry.
The panel that judged the nominees consisted of more than 3,000 individuals representing a wide spectrum of industry and disciplines. Professionals were also a part of the panel. The candidates were evaluated on the basis of criteria that had been developed In partnership with Nielsen.
e-Cycle’s commitment to the environment hit a high spot when it secured the stringent e-Stewards certification that is awarded for providing secure, environmentally responsible and profitable solutions to reuse and recycle wireless devices.
Committed to bringing value to customers in a way that not only makes it convenient and cost beneficial for them, but also in a manner that ensures adherence to the very highest standards of environmental responsibility, e-Cycle provides wireless buyback, recycling and data deletion services for a range of customers.
e-Cycle collects used mobile phones and tablets, pays cash for those devices that retain value and recycles all others at no charge. The buyback company ensures that all data is either deleted or destroyed and uses the most rigorous of mobile data security measures to see that this happens.
The company’s user-friendly online buyback tool, allows individuals to sell and recycle their mobile devices that they no longer use. e-Cycle rigidly ensures that no sensitive data remains on any of the recycled devices. Hence, individuals can rest assured that their mobile devices are re-used in a secure, environmentally responsible and cost-effective manner.
Edited by Ashley Caputo