British Airways Gets The Elderly Connected

Posted: Feb 3 2007, 6:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:54am CDT, in News | Technology News

 

British Airways Gets The Elderly Connected
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British Airways has collaborated with Age Concern in London and Slough, a not-for-profit computer recycling company. They will donate refurbished computers it will no longer need to Age Concern Slough to support older people.

Maixtech.biz will refurbish the computers and deploy them back to Age Concern Slough. This initiative will allow older people to gain access to the Internet and training at Age Concern Slough’s drop-in centre in the town centre.Frank Fruzza, from British Airways Information Management team stated, “Working with Maxitech is a win-win scenario, as not only does it benefit the end-users of the refurbished computers, it allows the airline to recycle the equipment in a cost-effective, environmentally friendly manner. We are working closely with our information management team to ensure the appropriate distribution of computers."

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