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CRT RECYCLING INC. SPONSORS FREE E-WASTE RECYCLING PICK-UP FOR ALL MASS. & RI BUSINESSES; 10 ITEMS OR MORE, INCLUDES 1 TV

Brockton, MA—CRT Recycling, Inc. of 175 East Ashland Street, Brockton, MA, announced today its offer to all businesses based in Mass. & RI. Free electronic waste pick-up with a minimum of 20 E-waste items to be recycled, including 1 television (more than 1 will incur charges).  The minimum quantity is meant to encourage employee-wide support for e-waste recycling.  Among the acceptable items   are:  computers and peripherals, printers, copiers, phones, audio / video equipment scanners, cell phones, and security systems. CRT Recycling notes that there is certified total information destruction of all hard drives.  The offer will be available for a limited time only, although the final date has not been established. All materials must be placed at dock or ground level for pick-up, which can be arranged by calling 800.944.7019 or via the website: CRTR.org.

            This specific offer of free E-waste pick-up is limited to businesses; however, CRT Recycling, Inc. will accept similar items delivered by homeowners to the company’s primary location, 175 East Ashland Street, Brockton, MA 02302. Note: items containing a cathode ray tube (i.e. televisions and some computer monitors or display systems) may result in a fee; please call the abovementioned phone number with questions. Also, all schools are free, always.

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Founded in 1999, Brockton, MA-based CRT Recycling, Inc., is a State-approved, R2 Certified, third party vendor that properly disposes of used electronic and computer items along with cathode-ray-tubes that can no longer be accepted by landfills as of April 1, 2000.  Our main purpose, by either reusing or reselling these used electronic and computer items, is to reduce the amount of solid e-waste that actually reaches the landfill. CRT Recycling routinely picks-up e-waste (used electronics and computers) for businesses, schools, non-profit organizations and municipalities all across New England. For details, visit: ( http://www.recyclingelectronics.com.)

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