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Environmentally friendly option offered for old IT hardware disposal.

Worldwide Computer Products News-31 December 2004-Environmentally friendly option offered for old IT hardware disposal(C)1995-2004 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD, a UK-based not-for-profit recycling company, is offering an ethical and practical option for disposing of old electronic equipment.

The process, offered in response to the UK's upcoming WEEE Directive on recycling or reusing old electronic equipment, includes a low cost collection service for IT and electronic items across the UK, ensures that non-reusable parts of the items are recycled to approved standards and also provides tracking reports to show what has happened to collected items.

The company found that a typical organisation can expect to recover 5% of the initial outlay of redundant IT equipment while still managing to meet the WEEE Directive requirements.

No pricing information was given.

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Date:Dec 31, 2004
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