Let's change the world, one computer at a time,
during Computation's FREE Earth Week
Computer Recycling Event in Montreal: April 18th-23rd
MONTRÉAL, April 6 /CNW/ - Looking for an environmentally sensitive and
privacy ensured method to dispose of your unwanted computer equipment?
Leave it with Computation for FREE during the week surrounding Earth
Day and for each major item recycled1:
You receive a 5$ credit 2 for technical support per item;
Computation will donate 1$ per item to Trees Canada (www.treecanada.ca), a charitable organization which planted over 77 millions trees in 19
All your equipment will be recycled in an environmentally sensitive and
privacy ensured manner
From April 18th-23rd, we are inviting the general public to drop off
their unwanted computer equipment for recycling. The event is free for
residential quantities of equipment. Businesses, individuals with large
quantities, and those with requirements such as pick-up or asset
management should contact us about our services. All information
present on systems will be securely destroyed.
The Montreal event will take place at 7080 Alexandra St., Suite 101,
from 10:00am until 6:00pm Monday through Friday, and Saturday 11:00am
The Toronto event will take place at 280 Jane St., from 10:00am until
7:00pm Monday through Friday and from 10:00am until 6:00pm on Saturday
Computation is a computer equipment refurbisher, recycler, IT service
provider and ethernet cable installer serving Canada from facilities in
the Greater Toronto and Montreal areas since 2001.
1Items for which credit will be offered upon request include but are not necessarily limited to:
monitors, computer towers/desktops, laptops and multifunction devices.
2Recycling Reward credits can be used to reduce technical support service charges by a maximum of
25%, and maximum of $100 of credits can be used per transaction.
Recycling Reward credits have no cash value, and expire 1 year from the
date of issue.
For further information:
call 514.504.4358 or email email@example.com
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