“Impact!” Host and Sustainability Advocate John Shegerian Awarded By Webbys 

John Shegerian, the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of ERI, has recently been named one of the top 100 influencers in the podcasting industry by the Webby Awards.

Shegerian hosts the popular podcast series "Impact! with John Shegerian," where he interviews a diverse range of guests from different industries to discuss their experiences, insights, and opinions on various topics related to sustainability, technology, and social responsibility. The podcast has gained immense popularity since its inception in 2019, with over 250 episodes available on various streaming platforms. Shegerian's passion for environmental sustainability and his dedication to promoting sustainable practices in businesses and communities have been the driving forces behind the success of the "Impact!" podcast.

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In a recent interview with Yahoo! Finance, Shegerian expressed his gratitude for being named one of the top 100 podcast influencers, stating that this award is a reflection of the entire "Impact!" team's hard work and dedication. He also emphasized the importance of podcasting as a powerful tool for spreading awareness and promoting change, particularly in the realm of sustainability.

Shegerian's dedication to environmental sustainability goes beyond his podcast. As the founder and CEO of ERI, the U.S.'s largest electronic waste recycling company, Shegerian has been at the forefront of the e-waste recycling industry for over 20 years. ERI has set the standard for responsible e-waste recycling practices, ensuring that all e-waste is processed in a socially responsible manner.

Shegerian's efforts have not gone unnoticed, as ERI has been recognized by numerous organizations for its commitment to sustainability and responsible business practices. In 2020, ERI was awarded the "e-Stewards Enterprise" designation, the highest standard for responsible e-waste recycling practices.