Urban Mining

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    Urban Mining was born from a commitment to innovate an environmentally responsible solution for the growing global issue of hazardous electronic waste. Founded in 2009, by Navy Veteran Juan Carlos Villatoro, Urban Mining is disrupting the process and repairing the reputation for electronics recycling with a focus on environmental sustainability, transparent downstream management and attention to data security. With a state of the art electronics recycling facility and a proprietary on-site Innovation Lab, Urban Mining’s mission is to continually minimize the impact of human progress on the earth’s natural resources. The facility, located in Jacksonville Florida, is the regions only e-Stewards Certified Electronics Recycler and in 2016 will become the first fully contained, solar powered electronics recycler in the United States. Urban Mining partners with private businesses, government organizations, schools and community organizations to collect, recycle and refurbish tons of unwanted e-waste every year. As a voluntary Public Benefit Corporation, Urban Mining maintains the corporate purpose to create a material positive impact on society and the environment; considering the impact of corporate decisions not only on shareholders but also on workers, community, and the environment. Each year, Urban Mining also makes a commitment through Corporate Social Responsibility to improving the lives of children through access to online information and education. Since 2010, The Urban Mining CSR program has delivered solar powered computer labs, refurbished electronics and computing classes to underdeveloped community in the Dominican Republic.
    HQJacksonville, US

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    Employees (est.) (Sept 2020)10
    Cybersecurity ratingAMore

    Urban Mining Office Locations

    Urban Mining has offices in Jacksonville and Lauderdale Lakes
    Jacksonville, US (HQ)
    2362 Emerson St #1
    Lauderdale Lakes, US
    3983 NW 19th St
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    New Database for Urban Mining in the EU Maps Valuable Resources in E-Waste and More

    The Urban Mine Platform presents the flows of precious and base metals and critical raw materials in products in use and throughout their journey to the end of life.

    Urban Mining Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Urban Mining founded?

      Urban Mining was founded in 2010.

    • How many employees does Urban Mining have?

      Urban Mining has 10 employees.

    • Who are Urban Mining competitors?

      Competitors of Urban Mining include Sirius Minerals, Gerdau and Firestone Diamonds.

    • Where is Urban Mining headquarters?

      Urban Mining headquarters is located at 2362 Emerson St #1, Jacksonville.

    • Where are Urban Mining offices?

      Urban Mining has offices in Jacksonville and Lauderdale Lakes.

    • How many offices does Urban Mining have?

      Urban Mining has 2 offices.