Monument, CO (PRWEB) March 12, 2008
Richard & Denise Hauf today announced the launch of EverGreen Electronics. EverGreen Electronics is an environmentally responsible iPod sales, repair and recycling company. Taking the lead in reducing the environmental impact of potentially-hazardous iPod components, EverGreen Electronics is the only iPod repair company in the US that offers 100% environmentally sustainable repair and recycling. This reduces the amount of hazardous materials that can potentially reach our landfills.
"Not only do we offer the best prices in iPod repair, fast service, and an unparalleled recycling program we have taken the steps necessary to be a certified green company," reports Richard Hauf, CEO of EverGreen Electronics. "We see the importance of having incredible customer service while championing the care of the environment. With nearly 200 million iPods and iPhones in circulation, keeping toxins out of our water and landfills is an important part of business today and we are committed to creating sustainable business practices," Hauf added.
EverGreen Electronics is Better Business Bureau accredited and works in compliance with all federal, state and local environmental regulations in the repair and recycling of iPods.
EverGreen Electronics is at the forefront of the green movement by creating a green business from the beginning. This allows consumers the opportunity to get the best price for repair and the comfort of knowing that they are working to create a greener planet.
The new website http://www.evergreenelectronics, which launched March 10, 2008, provides competitive rates for iPod repair and sales and an innovative recycling program that pays you to participate.
Founded in 2006, EverGreen Electronics sells, repairs, and recycles iPods online at http://www.evergreenelectronics.com. Located in Monument, Colorado the company refurbishes over 5,000 iPod units per month and had 2007 sales of $1.6 million USD. EverGreen Electronics is the leader in iPod repairs and recycling with an innovative environmental program. More information about EverGreen Electronics can be found at http://www.evergreenelectronics.com