by getting the word out about this project, more Internet Service Providers will be able to benefit.
Wilkes Barre, PA (PRWEB) April 30, 2010
Wilkes-Barre, PA (PRWEB) April 30, 2010 -- WirelessUnits, a wireless internet equipment reseller, just announced plans for their "ISP Green Living Project". The Wilkes-Barre, PA based company has been recycling Internet Service Providers' nonworking and unused equipment for ten years. This project was designed to help cut ISP waste as well as to help other companies by offering discounted refurbished equipment. As an added incentive, under this program, WirelessUnits is offering payment for nonworking and unused equipment.
Jack Weinberg, CEO of WirelessUnits, feels that this project is beneficial to all companies involved, "We've been recycling used equipment for almost 10 years now. We're hoping that by getting the word out about this project, more Internet Service Providers will be able to benefit."
Equipment that WirelessUnits is currently accepting for recycling includes: Motorola Canopy, Alvarion, Proxim, Orthogon, Redline, Ceragon, Western Multiplex, Trango, Ruckus and Dragonwave.
For additional information on the “ISP Green Living Project” contact Jerry Durling or visit http://www.wirelessunits.com.
WirelessUnits delivers cost effective and alternative equipment choices to the Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP) industry as well as providing a repair service on nonworking gear. The company has been in business for 10 years and services WISPs all around the world.