Third Thursday Business Builder with Tech 4 Success on Creating an E-Waste Plan for Your Business
On Thursday, February 17 at the Augusta Metro Chamber Third Thursday Business Builder, join Tech 4 Success CEO Richard Green to learn the importance of having an e-waste plan for your business. According to a UN report, the world produces roughly 50 million tons of electrical waste a year and only 20% of this is formally recycled. Richard Green, a dedicated environmentalist and developer of sustainable communities, will educate guests on creating a plan for managing e-waste within your company.
Richard Green is the Founder and CEO of Tech 4 Success, LLC and a retired Army veteran. He has worked in the electronics recycling industry since 2018 when he formed his company. During his military service he gained leadership experience in both the medical field and government contracting. He holds a Master of Business Administration from Trident University and several other degrees in various fields of study. His company, Tech 4 Success, LLC, is an electronics recycling company that specializes in the collection and disposal of end-of-life electronics and related items. He is responsible for the strategic guidance and the day-to-day operations of the company. In 2021, his company diverted over 150,000 pounds of electronics from the waste stream for reuse or conversion into raw material for new products.
Third Thursday Business Builder begins at 11:30 am in the Chamber Conference Room located inside the Augusta Riverfront Center (One Tenth St. Suite 120, Augusta, Ga 30901). Attendance is complimentary for Chamber members and $15 for prospective members with lunch provided. Advanced registration is required at augustametrochamber.com. Registration deadline is Monday, February 14. Due to limited space, please limit to one (1) representative from each company.
Third Thursday Business Builder series provides topical intelligence on key issues for businesses. Local industry experts present relevant information on topics important to successful business operations and growth.
Kathryn Freemon, Communications Coordinator
Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce