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(603) 772-723616 Squamscott Street, PO Box 146, Newfields, NH 03856-0146
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Contact InformationPrincipal: Michael Williams (CEO)Customer Contact: Gary DiRusso (VP/General Manager) Rose (Bookkeeper) Wendell Iby (Personnel Manager)
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Electronic Equipment & Supplies-Dealers
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DMC offers comprehensive electronics recycling services for businesses, agencies and organizations. The company states their goal is to end the landfilling of electronics in the
U.S. and abroad. The firm also states that they are committed to ending or substantially reducing the waste of reusable resources and the risk of contamination that currently exists
with the wholesle of landfilling of scrap electronics.