ecycler HQ

March 16th, 2011

The ecycler HQ team…

Craig Robertson

Craig Robertson is the co-founder and CEO of the greentech company ecycler.

Craig graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with an undergraduate degree in engineering, a masters degree in engineering and an MBA. He spent seven years at Accenture supporting or managing technology projects. For the last four years he’s worked as a senior engineer at a Fortune 500 healthcare company. Before ecycler.com, he co-created fortunekookie.com, a web site where people can save and share their fortune cookie fortunes.

Timothy Laurent

Timothy Laurent is the co-founder and CTO of the greentech company ecycler.

Tim graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering. He spent six years at PricewaterhouseCoopers managing domestic and international technology projects. For the last five years he’s worked as the technology guru at a healthcare consulting company. Before ecycler.com, he co-created fortunekookie.com, a web site where people can save and share their fortune cookie fortunes.

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Our Story

Ecycler was created by Craig Robertson and Timothy Laurent, by two friends who want to make the world a better place, one recycled item at a time.

As a kid, Craig redeemed recycled cans, bottles and newspapers and saved the cash to buy his first computer. Now he’s using a computer to help others recycle and earn money – though thankfully not the same computer.

Craig and Tim met as engineering student while in the same residence hall at the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana, where many bottles of beer were emptied and recycled.

Ecycler.com is an innovative business that’s creating a new way to recycle.

The site is an exchange of sorts, matching people who have soda cans, plastic or glass bottles and newspapers with people who wish to collect and redeem them for cash.

In this economy, with so many people unemployed or underemployed, ecycler provides a way for people to earn extra income.

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