Sims Recycling Solutions’ E-Recycling Subcontractors in South America Achieve R2:2013 Certification

January 27, 2020

West Chicago, Ill. – Sims Recycling Solutions (SRS), a global leader in IT asset disposition services and cloud recycling, announced that two more subcontractors in South America, GAG Reciclagem De Electronicos (GAG) and DeGraf Limitada (DeGraf), have achieved Responsible Recycling (R2:2013) certification. GAG is located in Sao Paulo, Brazil and DeGraf in Quilicura Santiago, Chile.

As an advocate for the R2:2013 certification, SRS helped educate both subcontractors of the benefits of R2:2013, and offered suggestions for compliance throughout the SRS auditing process.

With R2:2013 certification customers can have confidence that used and end-of-life electronic equipment are appropriately managed in a manner that is,

The R2:2013 standards require sites to obtain one or more generally accepted environmental, and health and safety management systems.

GAG and DeGraf are both accredited for the ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 certification programs. These certifications allow these companies to highlight their value to customers, employees, their community, and the public.

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Sims Lifecycle Services (SLS) provides solutions to extend the life of data center and corporate technology devices and recognizes the value in end-of-life IT hardware. The company supports Cloud Service Providers and enterprises with the navigation of ongoing technology shifts. SLS’ secure and responsible management of decommissioning and dispositioning IT assets recovers value via reuse, redeployment, recycling and precious metal recovery.

IT asset disposition (ITAD) and electronics recycling services offered at SLS support the evolution of the technology industry movement toward circularity. SLS clients benefit from data security, maximum IT value recovery, global compliance and sustainable IT use. As a responsible corporate citizen, and in alignment with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, we continuously seek new ways to contribute to the circular economy. For more information, visit