Recycled Media welcomed Merrillville Metal Recycling as an addition to their Recycled Syndicate. According to the press release, the Merrillville Metal Recycling team, joining as “Recycled Indiana,” brings a wealth of experience and a deep commitment to sustainability.
“The recycled materials industry has flown under the radar for years, decades and generations. Our industry is a vital part of the economy, environment and communities we operate in. Recycled Media is teaming up with key partners in a variety of geographical areas to help spread the recycling message in today’s marketing language. Recycled Media is proud to launch Recycled Indiana with Merrillville Metal Recycling to give another voice to the industry to help attract the next wave of talent, business opportunities and local connections,” said Jennifer Betts, CEO of Recycled Media.
Merrillville Metal Recycling, founded by Jake Bronstein, is a full-service recycled materials company servicing the needs of commercial and industrial recycled metal generators. Their process includes designing and implementing custom and comprehensive recycling programs for their customers.
Merrillville Metal Recycling will be behind Recycled Indiana. In partnership with Recycled Media, Recycled Indiana will follow a multi-step plan to build its brand and grow its business. This includes utilizing a variety of platforms from podcasts to social media to online reviews to help its partners grow their brand and business.
“The team at Merrillville Metal Recycling shares our passion for the recycled materials industry and looking for a new way to market our world online. Our industry has struggled to accurately convey our contributions to the economy and environment. With the addition of Recycled Indiana, the recycling industry adds another voice to encourage others to join our industry, engage with our businesses and ultimately grow the recycled materials industry,” said Betts.
Recycled Media — headquartered in Idaho and founded in 2019 by Brett Ekart, owner, and CEO of United Metals Recycling — provides podcast production, social media outreach and brand recognition. According to its website, it is committed to raising awareness of the recycled materials industry and produces over a dozen podcasts a month and is poised for further expansion.