ROUND2 INC. Executive Joins the State of Texas Alliance for Recycling Board of Directors

Appointment Broadens Knowledge Base and Reach of Organization

Austin, TX, March 17, 2011 --( ROUND2 INC., a leading eRecycling service provider is proud to announce that its Vice President of Corporate Development, Paul Adamson, has joined the State of Texas Alliance for Recycling (STAR) Board of Directors. STAR and its Board of Directors strive to foster communication and the exchange of information regarding recycling among professionals, organizations, governmental entities, and individuals; by complementing and coordinating recycling industry initiatives; and by acting as a clearinghouse of recycling resources.

“We are excited to add Paul to our Board of Directors,” said Maia Corbitt, State of Texas Alliance for Recycling Executive Director. “His expertise will be invaluable in helping us promote and enhance recycling and diversion activities in the State of Texas.”

“I am honored to be part of the STAR Board of Directors team,” said Paul Adamson, ROUND2’s Vice President of Corporate Development. “STAR, ROUND2 and I all share a common mission of promoting and enhancing recycling in Texas and ultimately beyond our state border.”

ROUND2 INC. is a leading eRecycling service provider offering a wide range of integrated asset disposition and technology recovery solutions. ROUND2’s revenue-based recycling services allow clients to better manage their end-of-life asset retirement process, technology rotation and data security requirements, while maximizing economic returns. ROUND2 is an ISO 9001: 2008, ISO 14001: 2004, and OHSAS 18001: 2007 registered company.

The State of Texas Alliance for Recycling (STAR) is the largest 501(c)3 nonprofit, membership recycling advocacy group in the state. This organization, formerly known as the Recycling Alliance of Texas is headquartered in Austin and celebrated our 20th anniversary in 2010. Our mission is to promote and enhance recycling and solid waste diversion activities in Texas. The STAR membership is comprised from diverse sectors, including large and small businesses across the recycling spectrum, local governments and municipalities, college and universities, non-profits, and concerned citizens. This provides us a unique and well-rounded perspective on the state of recycling and the impacts to Texas and Texans.

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