About

E-Reuse Services, Inc was established by Sarah Cade and Michael Cheslock in 2017 to provide consulting and collaboration services to the electronics reuse and ITAD industries. We focus our services on implementing efficient and effective data destruction and reuse processes to help businesses maximize the value of the assets coming through their facilities while minimizing their exposure to security risk.

ERS hosts the Electronics Reuse Conference (ERC), in order to bring together the industry’s leaders. Launched in 2003, ERC provides the opportunity for people around the world working in the areas of electronics refurbishment and repair, assets management, electronics recycling, and digital inclusion to come together to network, build business relationships, discuss best practices, and learn new techniques for refurbishing and recycling electronics efficiently and cost effectively.


So, who are these guys?

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Sarah

Cade

Co-Founder

Reuse Specialist

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After spending 7 years helping her parents run their refurbishing company in Chicago and being the director of the Electronic Reuse Conference, Sarah saw a greater need in the industry. Along with managing the Electronics Reuse Conference and a member network ERS provides data destruction and reuse consulting services to help companies optimize operations. Sarah also travels worldwide to speak at conferences and training to promote electronic reuse and recycling of electronic equipment. She is a member of the Responsible Recycling Standard (R2) Technical Advisory Committee, is the Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Recycling Industry Operations Standard (RIOS) and is the Chairman of Young Executives Committee for ISRI.

Sarah graduated from Marquette University with a double major in Marketing and Finance. 

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Michael Cheslock

Co-Founder

Data Destruction Specialist

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Mike has been in the electronic data destruction field since 2006, consulting with and delivering solutions to enterprise organizations in every vertical market. He has worked closely with leaders in the Information Technology Asset Disposal Industry to simplify on-site and in-house media sanitization practices, strengthen the audit trail, and decrease labor and energy-related costs. Having worked with other thought-leaders in developing new media sanitization standards, Mike is an expert in the guidelines and challenges that surround the handling of end-of-service storage media, and in the methods and technologies that allow organizations to meet those.

Before beginning his career in data destruction, Mike served as a Sergeant in the United States Army's 10th Mountain Division and received several awards, including the Defense Meritorious Service Medal for his service in Afghanistan supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.