I have had clients go to previous recycling events at Tekserve and they said it was well-organized and fast. If you have items that are taking up valuable space in your home or office, this is a great way to dispose of them responsibly. You will be so happy you did!
Also if you want to buy environmentally responsible products, check out Apple.
Seize the Day
eWaste Recycling Event
Saturday, July 16th
10 a.m. – 4 p.m. at Tekserve
All that old electronic gear has been cluttering your closet for too long. Now’s the time to bring it by Tekserve for recycling. Gather up all those unwanted computers, printers, monitors, cell phones, radios, VCRs, DVD players and more, and come on over on Saturday, July 16th.
When you do, you’ll get a chance to win a new MacBook Air, plus a coupon for $50 off a new Mac, with an accompanying coupon for $25 off AppleCare.
Going to be away on the 16th? Not a big problem. Any day of the year, when you purchase a new computer or device from us, you can bring your old one in for recycling—or, if they’re in good working order, you can trade them in and save on a new purchase.
For complete information about recycling at Tekserve, visit tekserve.com/recycling.
To learn about our Trade-In Program, click here.
Tread Lightly with a Mac
Concerned about your carbon footprint? Then go with a Mac. They’re designed to conserve power. Take the Mac mini: it uses only one-sixth of the power consumed by a 60-watt light bulb. But the mini’s not alone when it comes to efficiency. Every Mac exceeds the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s Energy Star guidelines.
Macs are also designed to be highly recyclable. They’re made of fewer materials, most of which can be reclaimed for use in new products. And Macs are built for long life. Compare MacBooks to other laptops: the MacBook Pro battery lasts five years, while batteries in typical laptops last little more than a year and a half.
To learn more about Apple’s environmental impact, visit apple.com/environment.
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