The recipient of this year's Jim Lynch Award is AFTRR’s very own Charles Brennick. His nonprofit, Seattle based InterConnection is a very successful nonprofit refurbishment center. Interconnection was founded in 1999 by Charles and started as one of the few refurbishers to supply thousands of PCs to low income area schools and nonprofits in developing countries.
The Alliance for Technology Refurbishing and Reuse will be conducting a three hour set of presentations and a general meeting at the 2016 Electronics Reuse Conference to be held in Houston, Texas on October 24 thru 26, 2016. (http://www.ereuseconference.com/) AFTRR members attending this conference qualify for a $50 deduction from the registration fee by using code