ONALASKA – Governor Scott Walker announced today that Dynamic Recycling, Inc., a national electronics re-marketing, recycling, and scrap purchasing and logistics company, is expanding its operations in La Crosse County – a $20 million project expected to create around 150 new jobs.
“I thank Dynamic Recycling for its continued commitment to growing in western Wisconsin and I congratulate the company on its rapid expansion,” Governor Walker said. “While we’re always happy to welcome businesses from outside the state to establish operations here, it’s equally important to support existing Wisconsin companies and acknowledge their contribution to the state’s strong economy.”
Dynamic Recycling CEO Miles Harter said the company is excited about its ongoing expansion in the state.
LADCO’s most prestigious award – the Diamond Recognition Award, also known as the ‘’Manufacturer of the Year” Award, was presented to Dynamic Recycling at the 21st Annual LADCO / Coulee Bank Industry Appreciation held on July 12th at the Radisson Center. Dynamic Recycling is an electronic refurbishing, recycling, and scrapping company in Onalaska, WI. Due to Dynamic Recycling’s integrity, passion and dedication, this company looks forward to another expansion. They have plans to increase their footprint and workforce a by adding a 128,000 sf building to their location on Brice Prairie and 75-100 employees.
Dynamic ITAD is a division of Dynamic Recycling that delivers IT Asset Disposition Solutions. Check out www.dynamicitad.com for more info! Dynamic ITAD is excited to be exhibiting at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, January 6-9th 2016.
Onalaska, WI: Dynamic Recycling, a leader in the electronics recycling industry, announced today that it has agreed to purchase assets, and provide service to the customers of Materials Processing Corporation, LLC.
Electronic waste is the fastest growing waste stream throughout the world. For over 30 years MPC has been a key player in the end of life management of IT hardware and e-waste recycling. MPC specialized in optimizing value through-out the lifecycle of IT and electronic assets.
It took Dynamic Recycling more than eight years and three moves to finally hold a ribbon-cutting. The electronics recycling company held the ribbon-cutting ceremony and an open house Aug. 6 at its facility on Brice Prairie.
Earlier this year, the electronics recycling company moved into the former ATK Sporting Group complex on Hwy. Z. Before Dynamic Recycling moved into the site, the manufacturing plant stood vacant for two years.
Dynamic Recycling has purchased some of the assets of the defunct e-scrap company Materials Processing Corp.
Onalaska, Wis.-based Dynamic purchased Materials Processing Corp.’s (MPC) intangible assets, including customer lists, its enterprise system and salesforce contacts, Dynamic Recycling CEO Miles Harter told E-Scrap News. It also bought a baler and is looking to purchase forklifts, he said.
MPC recently shut down in the wake of state fines for stockpiling CRTs, the loss of e-Stewards certification and a drop in commodity prices. The company has also been involved in a legal battle with the property owner of its former Philadelphia processing facility. Records submitted in that court case showed the company had been struggling financially for some time.