JOHN PERROTTI JR. John Perrotti Jr. is the brain child behind this company. He is a recent college graduate who came up with the idea of combining affordability and sustainability and applying it to durable medical equipment. John learned all about humankind's effect on the environment while studying abroad in Costa Rica, and ever since he's made it his mission to be a part of the solution. He is a 25 year old native Rhode Islander who enjoys fishing and playing rugby in his spare firstname.lastname@example.org ANDREW CELANI Andrew joined Power Chair Recyclers in July 2015 and serves as the company's Operations Manager. You can normally find Andrew behind the front desk with a large coffee and his puppy...
We divert unused and unneeded medical equipment from becoming landfill waste.
Our service is twofold: we serve the handicapped community and their caretakers as well as providing repair services for the equipment they use.
Are you in between equipment, or is your chair/scooter in the shop? We provide rentals to keep you moving until your back in your own driver's seat.
If you're in need of new or refurbished equipment, be sure to let us know. We'll help you find what you're looking for.
Thank you to our Rhode Island business neighbors, who helped us move in and contribute every day to our mission! Alicia's Beauty Shop provides recycled boxes for shipping top-quality parts, and Needle Designsstitched our signature uniforms. It’s been a pleasure sharing a building with you!
We’re starting off the New Year by thanking some of our amazing partners – including those mentioned above - who have help make mobility affordable and the planet greener.
Our company is growing fast and we're looking to hire more help. The positions we are looking to fill are as follows: 1. Administrative Assistant Description Power Chair Recyclers Of New England is looking for a qualified administrative assistant to join our growing team. Our company is a start-up, so the person hired must be proficient across a multitude of other areas as well. We’re seeking an individual who can facilitate the flawless execution of day-to-day operations. This person should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment. This position requires daily interaction with customers and prospective clients who are disabled and/or elderly, so the individual must be compassionate, patient, friendly, creative and able to deal with various circumstances. Responsibilities...
From the Providence Business News, posted Friday August 5, 2016... Affordable Mobility By Mary MacDonald John Perrotti didn't set out to become a specialist in repair and resale of motorized wheelchairs and other mobility devices. His business started with a single donated wheelchair. At the time, Perrotti worked in construction. One of his clients gave him a wheelchair and told him to sell it, if he could. When Perrotti couldn't find a retailer that wanted it, or that specialized in resale of durable medical goods, he knew he had found a business idea. Three years after its launch, Mobility Equipment Recyclers recently moved into expanded space at 6802 Post Road in North Kingstown. The business accepts donations and will also...