Technology Conservation Group, Inc. to Host Electronics Recycling Event

Top Quote In observance of Earth Day, Technology Conservation Group, Inc. will hold an electronics recycling event for the community. End Quote
  • Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL (1888PressRelease) April 14, 2011 - Technology Conservation Group, Inc. is hosting an electronics recycling TakeBack event in observance of Earth Day. Residents and businesses in the greater Citrus, Marion and Levy counties are invited to drop off their used computers and other electronic items - free of charge - at their corporate headquarters located at 715 South Easy Street in Lecanto, FL on April 29th, 2011 between 9am-3pm.

    "We feel it's our responsibility to educate the community about the benefits of properly disposing of electronic equipment they no longer want or need. Recycling is critical to creating and maintaining a healthy environment and this is one small way we can support the community in that effort," said Hamilton Rice, President of Technology Conservation Group. "By making it a free event we hope residents and businesses alike will drop off their equipment instead of adding it to their trash."

    The following items will be accepted: Desktop and laptop computers, CRT and LCD monitors, hard drives, modems, electronic storage devices, printers, scanners, copiers, telecommunications equipment, fax machines, digital cameras, power backups, power transformers, cables, circuit boards, video game systems, DVD players, VCRs, most industrial scrap, and most commercial equipment.

    The following items will not be accepted: televisions, stoves, microwave ovens, washers, dryers and refrigerators

    About Technology Conservation Group

    Founded in 1996 Technology Conservation Group specializes in asset disposition and recycling of waste stream commodities generated through the manufacturing of electronics and electronic components. Technology Conservation Group recycles, reuses and/or remarkets virtually 100% of its intake. Technology Conservation Group holds a multi-site certification to ISO 14001:2004 standards, adheres to all levels of environmental regulations, and respects design security without sacrificing returns. Technology Conservation Group serves an international customer base through its strategically located facilities throughout North America, Mexico, United Kingdom, Israel and India.

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