Nov. 8, 2011
-- Providence, RI, November 07, 2011: With America Recycles Day being the only nationally recognized day dedicated to the promotion of recycling in the US, Green Penguin is striving to educate Rhode Island residents to recycle electronics safely and correctly. Green Penguin, Inc. and Providence Whole Foods Markets located at 601 North Main Street and 261 Waterman Street will be hosting an electronics waste drive starting at 10am on November 15th, 2011. If unable attend the event, or have more than a full vehicle of computer equipment to recycle, please call Green Penguin to arrange a drop-ff or pick-up. For more information on this e-waste drive, contact Becky Antaya. One may also read more information about the Green Penguin company on their website at www.gpenguin.com.
Green Penguin is dedicated to reducing electronics waste and recycling potentially hazardous materials properly. Green Penguin provides data destruction, asset recovery, and environmentally-
responsible e-waste disposal to Rhode Island area residents and businesses. Green Penguin's "No Landfill" policy ensures responsible hardware disposal of all electronics including, but not limited to laptops, desktops, servers and phone equipment. One can participate in building a greener future by bringing any electronic equipment that is no longer in use - working or non-working. "No Landfill" means not only preventing additional electronics waste in domestic landfills, but also reducing the amount of waste being irresponsibly shipped overseas. Green Penguin takes its "No Landfill" policy very seriously.