Global Electric Electronic Processing Inc. applauds Ontario government's new Waste Electronics Diversion Program

    Will greatly reduce landfill volumes and diversion of electronic waste

    BARRIE, ON, July 16 /CNW/ - GEEP (Global Electric Electronic Processing
Inc.) is today applauding the Ontario government's new Waste Electronics
Diversion Program introduced by Environment Minister John Gerretsen on July
14, 2008.
    "We are particularly pleased with the potential of this program to
further reduce electronic material going to landfill and to virtually
eliminate the diversion of electronic waste," said GEEP President Alfred
Hambsch. "Everything we do at GEEP is driven by our absolute dedication to
achieve zero landfill."
    "GEEP has developed unique proprietary processes during our 20 years of
operations that enable us to provide a comprehensive integrated electronics
recycling capability that will fully meet the needs of Ontario's new waste
electronics diversion program," said Hambsch.

    GEEP (Global Electric Electronic Processing Inc.) is a Barrie-based
Global leader in fully integrated electronics recycling and recycling
technology. GEEP has facilities in Toronto, Edmonton, Calgary, Montreal,
Vancouver, Raleigh, Dallas and Costa Rica combined with a developing network
of collection sites under the "e-CoLLeX" name across Canada. GEEP has a global
network of affiliations across Europe, and throughout the Asia Pacific region.

For further information:

For further information: Wallace Mackay, Vice President, (705) 725-1919,

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