Boston, MA – January 25, 2012 –
jointly announced a new partnership designed to offer businesses, non-profits, schools, and local governments fully integrated e-waste solutions. Through the partnership, Cumulus Global will offer its cloud-bound customers discounted, ecologically sound, e-waste recycling services for their retiring hardware and electronics. Cumulus Global will help 4th Bin clients avoid e-Waste hazards by helping them move to cloud computing solutions, such as Google Apps and online backup services.
“Many organizations hesitate to dispose of e-waste out of concern for the legal and ecological issues and the cost,” noted Allen Falcon, CEO of Cumulus Global. “Partnering with 4th Bin lets us help our customers solve their e-waste dilemma.”
Based on New York City, 4th Bin provides door-to-door collection and recycling services in the metropolitan New York area and can arrange e-waste collection and recycling services throughout North America.
“4th Bin is committed to reducing e-waste throughout the technology life cycle,” added John Kirsch, Partner at 4th Bin. “Our joint effort with Cumulus Global will help companies dispose of their current e-waste and avoid creating more in the future.”
As a cloud solutions provider, Cumulus Global does more than replace servers with cloud-based solutions. A sound cloud computing strategy reduces the need for support servers, backup equipment, and networking gear. Moving to cloud computing has a ripple effect that includes less equipment, reduced HVAC requirements, and reduced power consumption.
Cloud computing providers, like Google, are significantly more efficient than most in-house computer rooms and data centers.
About Cumulus Global
Cumulus Global (
) helps small and mid-size businesses, non-profits, governments, and educational institutions thrive by delivering cloud computing solutions. Serving clients from 1 to more than 1000 employees across numerous industries, we align technology with our clients’ goals, objectives, and bottom lines. We leverage our expertise, vendor relationships, and a diversified range of best-of-breed cloud services to create custom solutions with tangible value.
About 4th Bin
After seeing how much electronic waste (e-waste) is irresponsibly discarded, and knowing the City of New York will institute mandatory responsible disposal of e-waste, a team of IT professionals found a solution to this mounting problem and launched 4th Bin (
). The company specializes in e-waste collection and recycling and is the only service in the city to do so. Since the company began in fall of 2010, it has collected, recycled, or environmentally and ethically disposed of over 900,000lbs of e-waste from offices, schools, hospitals, factories, and residences in New York City. For the processing of e-waste, 4th Bin works exclusively with e-Stewards Certified recyclers (
) who have been qualified as upholding the highest standard of environmental and social responsibility.