We would love to invite you to interview Eric Lundgrenwho will be breaking Tesla’s Guinness book of world Records “Longest Range an Electric Vehicle” by going over 1,000 miles on a single charge at “The Auto Club Speedway” in Los Angeles on Oct. 16 & 17th. Press from all over the world picked up the story last month when Tesla’s Model S went 670 miles, and now we are about to blow that record out of the water.
Never before has a non-solar electric car traveled over 1,000 Miles on a single charge, much less doing so from 90% old recycled trash. The car dubbed “The Phoenix” cost less than $14,000 to build and has already beat the Tesla P100Dm, Nissan Leaf, Chevy Bold and Fiat 500e cars combined mileage. This first run was documented by YouTube star Jehu Garcia and the video has over 11 million video views on his YouTube channel.

The purpose of The Phoenix is to demonstrate “Hybrid Recycling,” and help show the world what is possible from electric vehicles. Electronic waste recycling pioneer Eric Lundgren is known for innovating and leading a national movement for individuals and businesses to utilize a process he calls Hybrid Recycling. With a client roster of Fortune 500 companies including Nintendo, Motorola, Panasonic, Dell, Best Buy and more, Eric promotes that re-use is the purest form of recycling, and to put this into action he created America’s leading hybrid recycling plant called ITAP.
Electronic Waste is the fastest growing waste stream in the United States, yet our country lacks a real solution to efficiently process this waste system. Most e-Waste is sent to a landfill at financial costs and to the detriment of the environment, while other e-Waste is exported to third-world countries where inhumane processing methods lead to wide-spread injury and death. After witnessing firsthand how are e-waste is polluting the earth in his global travels, Eric created a real solution for the e-Waste epidemic. Through efficiency and innovation, his company identifies all generic parts and components of value and preserve is discarded e-waste, rather than just destroy them. They then extract and re-integrate into new applications. Eric calls this “Hybrid Recycling,” and it decreases the demand for raw material production, conserving our natural resources and reducing our carbon footprint.