HP Expands China Recycling Program
Hewlett-Packard has begun recycling PCs and other products for Chinese consumers and small businesses, expanding a free program that already existed for large companies, PC World reports.
HP computers and other products, such as printers, monitors, and scanners, can be dropped off at service centers in 31 Chinese cities. The products will be sorted by HP and then sent out for recycling in China.
Last December, Dell announced a program that will recycle PCs and other equipment for corporate customers in China.
In July, HP hit the 1 billion pound mark for electronics recycling.
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