Annual Earth Day Recycling Drive by Great Lakes Electronics Corporation
Growing problem of eWaste is target of annual
eWaste from old, unwanted consumer electronics, such as computers, monitors, printers, cell phones, televisions, VCRs and video game consoles, has rapidly become one of the nation’s most significant environmental problems. According to the National Safety Council, in 2009 more than 500 million PC’s will be relegated to scrap in the U.S. alone. Environmental issues caused by hazardous amounts of toxic heavy metals make it critical to keep these materials out of
Great Lakes Electronics consumer electronics recycling drive will take place on
“eWaste is an enormous and growing environmental problem,” said
Identity theft has become the fastest increasing crime in America. Great Lakes Electronics offer state-of-the-art security destruction. Memory devices such as computer hard drives will be accepted at the event and destroyed in a giant 15 ton shredder on site at the
Electronics to be accepted at the
“This is a great opportunity for spring cleaning,” added Vice President,
Great Lakes Electronics Corporation, founded in 2000, is one of the fastest growing and largest electronic and metal recycling companies in
For further information, call toll-free at 888-E-WASTE-1 or visit http://www.recycleelectronics.com.
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SOURCE Great Lakes Electronics Corporation