Dell to give free recycling services in China and Hong Kong

Posted on Tuesday, Oct 31 2006 @ 10:19 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
HKEPC writes Dell will give business customers in China and Hong Kong free recycling services by the end of November:
"We want to make recycling easy for our customers in Hong Kong and mainland China, and Dell is committed to recycling what we make and sell," Rollins, the company's CEO said, "We encourage every manufacturer in our industry to join us in providing responsible recycling in China."

Dell's Asset Recovery Service assists business and institutional customers by removing and refurbishing or recycling old hardware consistent with environmental guidelines. For Value Recovery Services, Dell will arrange the packing, shipping and testing of surplus computer equipment for an organisation. If it meets functional and cosmetic requirements, it is resold with value from the sale returned to the customer. For Recycling Services: Dell will dispose of equipment that has no resale value by collecting and delivering it to Dell's recycling partners. The equipment is responsibly recycled according to Dell standards.


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