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4Wealth Advisors, Inc.
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Thank you!

RecycleFest 2014 was a huge success.

You recycled 3.03 tons of electronics including 2620 pounds of computers and servers, 1208 pounds of inkjet printers, and 24 pounds of typewriters! And you shredded 4.88 tons of documents!

"It was such a great success that we're going to make it an annual event. We’ll also expand it next year to include the recycling of paint, medical waste and batteries." said Peter Recchia, 4Wealth founder and president.

"We opened our offices in Burr Ridge in early 2013 and the RecycleFest was a great way to see our clients and provide a free service to our neighbors in the community where we work," said Recchia.

4Wealth® Financial Group provides tax, accounting, and financial planning for individuals and small businesses. Peter Recchia and the 4Wealth associates take pride creating highly customized business solutions, utilizing the full portfolio of tax, estate-planning, insurance, and investment programs. The 4Wealth integrated tax and accounting approach enhances the professional and personal financial well being of its clients.

We'd love your feedback.

Please help us make RecycleFest better next year by taking our survey.

Thanks to our partners who helped make RecycleFest a huge hit!

Please help us make RecycleFest better next year by taking our survey.

  • Citadel shredded all your sensitive documents in their on-site shredding trucks.
  • 3S Recycling pulverized the electronics in their BluBox at their Tinley Park facility.
  • Goodwill gathered a lot of old TVs and clothing.
  • And Flur Flavor First bakery donated muffins, brownies, and cookies.

And a special thanks to MondoVox® Creative Group.

MondoVox worked closely with us to design and write all advertising materials and to create a great promotional strategy. Check out their website and their blog if your business needs a talented creative team.

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