Dell And Staples Launch Electronics Recycling Program For Dell Customers

Posted: Nov 13 2008, 9:12am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:38am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs


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Dell and Staples have announced a new electronics recycling program specifically for Dell customers. The program will extend free recycling to 1,500 Staples retail stores across the country. It will be free to recycle any amount of Dell branded computers, printers, monitors, or peripherals at a Staples location without needing to make a purchase.

Staples allows users of non-branded Dell computer products to recycle for a small fee. Dell says that the new Staples program will expand its recycling options significantly over the 102 million pounds of recycled gear in 2007. Eco International will be the company responsible for actually recycling the products.

Ed Skernolis, acting executive director of the National Recycling Coalition said, “Congratulations to Dell and Staples on launching the largest free consumer computer recycling program in the country today. This is a win for consumers, it brings more free and responsible recycling options for used computer equipment in an easy-to-use program and we expect it will help increase recycling rates for used computers. Consumers can also rest assured that when they turn in their used computer for recycling, all materials are tracked to ensure environmentally-sound processing.”

Via Dell

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