IRVINE, Calif.--(Toshiba’s Digital Products Division, a division of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., today announced it has extended its free recycling program beyond Toshiba laptops to include many of today’s most common consumer electronics. This expansion provides Toshiba with the most comprehensive trade-in-program in the industry.)--
“The growth of Toshiba’s free recycling program is a reflection of the company’s dedication to promoting responsible disposal of hazardous waste”
“The growth of Toshiba’s free recycling program is a reflection of the company’s dedication to promoting responsible disposal of hazardous waste,” said Jeff Barney, general manager and vice president, Digital Products Division, Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. “Recycling items regardless of the manufacturer is a natural step for Toshiba, considering the value we place on environmental responsibility.”
Toshiba now accepts e-waste with no market value for recycling without requiring the consumer to purchase a Toshiba product. Qualifying items include laptops, Tablet PCs, monitors, projectors, cameras, camcorders, servers, home audio receivers, cell phones, car audio, home electronics, auto electronics, mobile phones, PDAs, MP3 players, game systems and GPS navigation systems.
To provide customers that have working products with value, Toshiba offers users the option of trading in their used products for cash with no obligation to purchase a Toshiba product. Users can determine the trade-in value of old consumer electronics products by visiting Toshiba’s product value estimator at http://toshiba.com/recycle.
A responsible corporate citizen, Toshiba’s Digital Products Division along with Toshiba America has set a goal of recycling 12 million pounds of e-waste in the U.S. by 2010. To achieve this goal, Toshiba has partnered with organizations and government entities to provide convenient recycling opportunities for customers and to ensure as many electronic products as possible are recycled or reused. For products that cannot be reused or recycled, Toshiba will dispose of the products responsibly.
For more information on Toshiba’s trade-in and recycling program, visit http://explore.toshiba.com/green.
About Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. (TAIS)
Headquartered in Irvine, Calif., TAIS is comprised of four business units: Digital Products Division, Imaging Systems Division, Storage Device Division, and Telecommunication Systems Division. Together, these divisions provide mobile products and solutions, including industry leading portable computers; projectors; imaging products for the security, medical and manufacturing markets; storage products for automotive, computer and consumer electronics applications; and telephony equipment and associated applications.
TAIS provides sales, marketing and services for its wide range of information products in the United States and Latin America. TAIS is an independent operating company owned by Toshiba America, Inc., a subsidiary of Toshiba Corporation, which is a global leader in high technology and integrated manufacturing of electrical and electronic components, products and systems, as well as major infrastructure systems. Toshiba was founded in 1875, and today operates a global network of more than 740 companies, with 198,000 employees worldwide and annual sales surpassing $76 billion. For more information on Toshiba's leading innovations, visit the company's Web site at www.toshiba.com.
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Toshiba’s Digital Products Division today announced it has extended its free recycling program to include many of today’s most common consumer electronics, providing Toshiba with the most comprehensive trade-in-program in the industry.
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