Panasonic Corporation of North America has announced a new nationwide electronics recycling program to provide customers with an easy and convenient way to recycle their electronics devices. All products recycled with the program have to bear the Panasonic brand name and products can be dropped off free of charge.
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The program will be managed by Electronic Manufacturers Recycling Management Company LLC, a joint venture between Panasonic, Sharp, and Toshiba. Panasonics program will begin on November 1st with 160 recycling centers in 10 states and is expected to extend to all 50 states over the next three years.
"The focus of Panasonic's new program will be on consumer convenience and environmentally sound recycling," said Yoshi Yamada, Chairman and CEO of Panasonic Corporation of North America. "The new national program both gives life to our customers' recycling expectations and embodies our company's commitment to responsible product lifecycle management."