Toshiba Expands Electronics Take-Back Program

Posted: Feb 22 2010, 9:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:38pm CDT, in News | Technology News

 
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Toshiba has announced that it has extended its electronics take back program. The program is designed to make it easier for Toshiba customers to recycle old electronics when they no longer function. The program allows customers to donate any working computer to the National Cristina Foundation.

The foundation in turn gives the machines to schools and community groups to support people with disabilities. Toshiba will also offer a sellback option and allows users to recycle electronics at no cost if the device has no value.

Toshiba is running the program in conjunction with MRM and drop off sites are now available at 300 locations around the country. Toshiba is looking to recycle 12 million pounds of e-waste in 2010 in the US alone and 146 million pounds globally.

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