Advanced Technology Recycling (ATR), a global leader in Information Technology Asset Disposition (ITAD) and Electronic Recycling services, announces the opening of a new state of the art processing facility in the Las Vegas. The new facility will be located at 4120 W Windmill LN, Suite 105, Las Vegas, NV. This will mark the third major expansion in less than 1 year for the Woman-Owned ITAD management company who recently relocated their Salt Lake City operation to a larger facility. “In addition to the new facilities ATR has also been steadily building fleet capabilities by increasing the number of vehicles, drivers, and equipping all fleet vehicles with ELD tracking systems,” said Brodie Ehresman a spokesman for ATR.
ATR also implemented a dedicated Customer Service department which serves as a bridge between the customer and the continuously expanding network of operation hubs throughout the U.S. The team facilitates collaboration between Account Managers, Customer Service, Compliance, Logistics and Operations departments to ensure everything is being done efficiently and to the customer’s specifications.
ATR fully certifies all their facilities within the first year of the opening which includes authorization by the U.S. State Department to provide Secure Destruction services, ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations) disposal and recycling services to all Federal Agencies including Military and Defense Departments. “The new facility has additional loading docks and will be used as a logistical and processing hub to reduce customer costs and improve logistic efficiency. Performs ITAD testing and processing as well as sort and process materials to be further refined at one of the company’s other (9) R2 certified locations,” said Ehresman.
ATR is currently hiring for a wide range of positions. ATR offers a generous employment package that includes paid vacations and holidays, 401K, profit sharing, health insurance and optional Dental/Optical and Life Insurance. ATR’s owners, Senior Managers and sales team will be at the facility the last week of January to meet with clients and answer questions.