FRESNO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--John Shegerian, Chairman and CEO of Electronic Recyclers International (ERI), the nation’s leading recycler of electronic waste, is the latest innovative entrepreneur profiled by IdeaMensch (www.ideamensch.com), the popular online gathering place for entrepreneurs to share their ideas and concepts.
“a community created for people who bring ideas to life”
IdeaMensch is “a community created for people who bring ideas to life” and regularly features Q&A style discussions with some of the world’s leading entrepreneurial minds.
In the interview, Shegerian candidly discusses how he brings his ideas to life and shares the methodology behind his various successful ventures, including ERI. He also encourages his fellow entrepreneurs to explore the lucrative and world-enhancing realm of sustainable and green innovation.
“The sustainability and green revolution has only just begun,” said Shegerian in the interview. “Fortunes are yet to be made in delivering clean water, to those in need, improving the energy efficiency grid in the world, and countless thousands of other sustainability-related ideas. There are concepts out there searching desperately for entrepreneurs to fill the many wide gaps in the sustainability world that still exist.”
Read all of Shegerian’s interview at the IdeaMensch landing page, here: http://ideamensch.com/john-shegerian/.
Now the largest privately held recycler of electronic waste in the US, and the world’s first dual-certified electronic waste recycler, Fresno-headquartered Electronic Recyclers International is licensed to de-manufacture and recycle televisions, computer monitors, computers and other types of electronic equipment. ERI serves public sector clients via GSA contract GS-10F-0051Y and processes more than 160 million pounds of electronic waste annually at eight locations in seven states, including Indiana, California, Washington, Colorado, Massachusetts, Texas and North Carolina. For more information about e-waste recycling and ERI, call 1-800-884-8466 or visit http://www.electronicrecyclers.com.