Established in 2001 and Incorporated in Georgia in 2008, Premier Surplus, Inc., located 45 miles north of Atlanta, GA is a woman owned business that specializes in Electronic Asset recycling solutions. This includes “end-of-life” equipment management, remarketing, recycling, product destruction, and data destruction. In 2001, Premier Surplus started operating out of a single car garage buying and selling printers, microfilm, and typewriters. By 2003, the business had expanded to a two car garage and Stephanie established an eBay presence in order to increase margin by selling directly to the end user. As business grew, it became evident that many customers needed a more comprehensive service dealing with their retiring electronic assets. So by 2007 Premier Surplus was operating out of a 2,500 square foot facility where not only were they buying and selling assets, but also recycling the equipment with no resale value. Early in 2011, operating out of a 22,000 square foot facility, Premier Surplus ownership recognized the importance of becoming certified at an ISO and R2 (responsible recycling) standard. In January of 2012, after a large investment of time and resources, the business received the certifications. Recently, Premier Surplus, Inc. added a shred operation to more efficiently process e-waste, recover materials, and adhere to our Zero Landfill policy.
Currently, over forty employees operate out of a 50,000 square foot facility servicing over 40 major accounts. Premier Surplus has Fortune 500 and Fortune 100 corporate customers throughout the Southeast. Premier Surplus also services large government agencies and is the recycling partner for multiple healthcare facilities. As part of its R2 certification, Premier Surplus adheres to both HIPAA and DOD guidelines in regards to the safe guarding and destruction of customer’s data. All logistics are run through the company owned and operated fleet of box trucks and tractor trailers.
Contact us today and let our knowledgeable team assist your company with the proper recycling of its’ end of life electronic assets.