Computers are being smelted by Teck and buried in landfills, while thousands of charities, non profits, and low income people dream of owning a computer. In Canada? Yes, it's true.
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (PRWEB) April 19, 2010
ERA, Electronic Recycling Association (http://www.era.ca) is announcing that due to the overwhelming support from corporations and individuals, as well as overwhelming request from charities for free computers and laptops, it will open up branches and offer its services in several other Canadian cities.
http://www.era.ca was started in Calgary, Alberta, and it quickly grew to Edmonton, and Vancouver.
ERA is now proud to announce the opening of locations in Montreal, Quebec, 514.500.0574; Ottawa, Ontario, 613.800.3885; Barrie, Ontario 705.999.1245; Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, 902.982.4069; and Victoria, British Coluimbia, 250.999.0883
ERA has established partnerships with End of Life recycling companies in these cities, and will ensure useful and working computers are not destroyed and melted down, but rather reused, and given to the charities and less fortunate.
If you or your organization is currently using a recycling / smelting company in any of the mentioned cities, you are advised that now your old computers, laptops, servers and networking equipment can be given a second life through reuse at ERA.
ERA is a non profit organization that collects older laptops, computer, servers and electronic for reuse, refurbishing, donation to charities, non profit organization and less fortunate. ERA is the only non profit organization that donates computers and laptops at absolutely no charge back into the community.
For more information or to donate, please contact the ERA at your local telephone number, or toll free at 1-877-9-EWASTE, over email at info(at)era(dot)ca, or via the web at http://www.era.ca
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