FTK Group, Inc. initially was Maryland's only certified facility to provide both electronics recycling and paper shredding at a single location. By sheer volume it became one of the largest electronics recyclers in Maryland, Washington D.C, and Virginia, providing services to companies across the nation. FTK Group, Inc. facilitates services to a wide array of clients including major government agencies, health care and medical centers, school systems, private and public corporations, and national electronics retailers.
FTK Group, Inc. (formerly E-Structors), Inc. Listed as one of Baltimore Area’s Largest Women Owned Businesses
The August addition of the Baltimore Business journal has come out listing the largest women-owned businesses in the Baltimore Area.
The list, which was sorted by overall revenue, also listed each company’s revenue from Baltimore area clients, number of employees, and major clients.
Advances in Regulation and Industry Certification Are Driving Increases in Recycling and Reuse of Scrap Electronics
Discarded electronic equipment that is not recycled, reused, or stored becomes e-waste and is buried, incinerated, or dumped, representing a significant environmental hazard. Today, most unwanted e-waste is still disposed of in landfills rather than being directed toward reuse or recycling, and the total volume of discarded electronics and e-waste in landfills will continue increasing over the next several years. - Read More -
The FTK Group, Inc. (formerly E-Structors) Visited by The Chief Council for Advocacy
(3/27/2012) – The FTK Group (formerly E-Structors) received a visit from the Chief Council for Advocacy of the US Small Business Administration (SBA) this past Monday. Dr. Winslow Sargeant came to the facility to learn about the successes that FTK Group has had since their founding in 2003.
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New E-Waste Policy For Federal Government
GSA’s Office of Government-wide Policy released a bulletin outlining new guidelines banning all federal agencies from disposing of electronic waste in landfills. This is an important step for the federal government as we move to incorporate the responsible use and disposal of electronics that were outlined last summer in the National Strategy for Electronic Stewardship. - Read More -