- Our Services
- About Us
- Contact Us
Recycling was such a potent tradition in Elizabeth Wilmot’s childhood home in Connecticut that even Santa Claus got in on the act.
Every Christmas, she and her sister were discouraged from ripping into their gifts under the tree. Instead, they carefully separated paper from tape and bows, so Saint Nick could reuse the wrappings next year.
That’s why it’s not so shocking to find the adult Elizabeth brandishing her own anti-dumping message.
Turtle Wings, the electronics recycling business she launched from her kitchen table in 2004, has attracted scores of government, corporate and residential customers and nationwide reach.