Staples Offers Computer Recycling Nationwide
Staples says it is the first national retailer to offer everyday-in-store recycling for computers and other office technology.
The company says that consumers can bring computers, monitors, laptops, printers, faxes and all-in-ones to any U.S. Staples store, where the equipment will be recycled in accordance with environmental laws. All brands will be accepted, regardless of whether or not the equipment was purchased at Staples, for a fee of $10 per large item.
Staples is working with Amandi Services to handle recycling of the equipment.
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