Monday, August 2, 2010

e-End Hosts Economic Development Business Visit

A group of elected officials and economic development representatives visited e-End today as part of the Frederick County Office of Economic Development’s monthly business visit and business retention program. Attendees learned about e-End’s mission and company history, and received a tour of the secure facility located in Frederick, MD. Monthly business visits give elected officials and economic development representatives a chance to hear about a business’s achievements, concerns and opportunities to assist with doing business in Frederick County.

e-End is a woman-owned, small business offering comprehensive, environmentally sound programs to recycle and adaptively reuse outdated computer, IT, and electronic equipment/components in compliance with federal, state and local security regulations. Founded in 2006, e-End’s expertise extends to total data sanitization of media-containing devices using a suite of cutting-edge tools and technologies to ensure a total security solution. Their clients include: federal, state and local governments; fortune 500 companies, healthcare providers, law firms, financial institutions, foreign embassies and educational institutions.

The company’s philosophy to protect the environment extends past just their mission statement as they have developed a zero landfill policy and strive to exceed U.S. EPA standards for solid waste recycling.

To learn more about e-End, please visit their website at