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Quantum Lifecycles IP has opened a new IT asset disposition facility in Edmonton.

Quantum Opens Edmonton ITAD Facility

Quantum Lifecycle Partners LP has opened a new IT asset disposition facility in Edmonton.

The development is located at 8604 53 Avenue N.W.. It is Quantum’s second ITAD property in Alberta and sixth in Canada.

“In addition to Quantum’s e-waste recycling facility located at the City of Edmonton’s waste management facility, the new ITAD facility aims to provide a complete lifecycle management service for electronics and IT hardware to our existing and new customers,” said Gary Diamond, Lifecycle’s president and CEO, in a news release.

Quantum said the facility will deliver logistics, data security services, e-waste sorting, and remarketing of obsolete and discarded electronic devices for organizations of all sizes.

Toronto-based Quantum is an ITAD facility operator and e-waste recycling provider. The 35-year-old company develops customized solutions for clients across all sectors.

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