FREE Computer and Electronics Reuse & Recycling Event!
October 16th – 22nd 2017
TORONTO, Oct. 5, 2017 /CNW/ - Looking for an environmentally sensitive and privacy ensured method to dispose of your unwanted computer and electronic equipment? Leave it with Computation! We'll see to it that your equipment is processed to the highest standards using our 3Rs model.
For Waste Reduction Week, October 16th – 22nd, we are inviting the general public to drop off their unwanted computer and electronic equipment for reuse or recycling. For larger quantities, organizations and pick-up service or specific data destruction or reporting requirements, please contact us.
Drop-off is available at our:
- Toronto facility, 280 Jane St., from 10:00am until 7:00pm Monday through Friday and from 10:00am until 6:00pm on Saturday & Sunday
Pick-up service is available by appointment. Please contact us to make arrangements.
This event is free for most types of computer, phone, electronic and audio-video related equipment. All information present on systems will be securely destroyed. Every effort will be made to refurbish the equipment placed under our stewardship, remarketing and donating where possible. Irreparable equipment is recycled for its raw materials. All equipment under our management is diverted from landfill and processed locally. In addition to recycling we offer refurbished computer equipment, technical support services, and network cabling (wiring) installation for the home and office.
Computation Ltd. is a computer equipment refurbisher, recycler (diverting e-waste from landfill since 2001), and full-service IT provider serving Canada from coast-to-coast. IT services provided range from hardware and software support at the desktop/laptop level (on Windows, Apple, and Linux platforms), to maintenance of data centers and server rooms, installation of network cabling and security camera systems, LAN and web design.
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For further information: Dennis Maslo at 416.801.4358, or firstname.lastname@example.org, www.computation.ca