MIC Total Recycle Incorporated (MIC Total) has opened a new electronics recycling facility in Forest Grove, Oregon, on January 12, 2009. The new facility has the ability to process glass from monitors and television sets. The company has spent around $1.25 million in the equipment to allow it to process the glass and electronic equipment. The company will offer restoring of the delivered material before processing.

The new plant is nearer to Portland, Oregon. The company has opened the Washington facility around three years ago.

The company is also planning on locating warehouses in as many counties in the state as possible to make it more convenient for residents.

The company expects to keep all the material processed within the region, and not export any of the material that it handles. However in present time, due to the paucity of facilities capable of consuming glass from monitors, the company will be shipping the glass extracted from the electronic equipment to Korea.

The company also expects to open a resale store in the near future. The other goal of the company is to provide free computers to low income citizens, schools in the states, and many charitable organizations.